North Dakota’s COVID-19 death toll has reach 150 – with two more individuals passing away with the disease.
The patients were a woman in her 100s from Williams County, and a man in his 60s from Burleigh County. They both had underlying health conditions.
Additionally, 360 new individuals from 33 counties have tested positive for the novel coronavirus, bringing the statewide positive total to 12,629. These results are from a pool of 6,544 tests for a daily positive rate of 5.5 percent.
Grand Forks County is reporting the highest number of new cases today – with 79. 67 cases were found in Stark County, 60 in Cass County, 29 in Stutsman County and 24 in Morton County. There were 19 cases found in Burleigh County, twelve in Ramsey County and ten in Ward County. Williams County had seven new cases. Eddy and Richland Counties each had six new cases, and Barnes County had five. Foster, Kidder and Mercer Counties each had four new cases. Benson, Ransom and Traill Counties each had three. There were two new cases found in Walsh County. Adams, Billings, Bottineau, Golden Valley, LaMoure, Logan, McKenzie, McLean, Mountrail, Nelson, Rolette, Sioux and Towner Counties each had one new case apiece.
To date 486,041 tests have been administered for COVID-19. 205,899 unique individuals have been tested.
There are 67 people currently hospitalized.
There have been 10,051 recoveries. This leaves 2,428 active confirmed cases.