23 new cases of COVID-19 in ND | Prairie Public Broadcasting

23 new cases of COVID-19 in ND

Apr 13, 2020

23 new cases of COVID-19 have been confirmed by the state health department today. The new statewide total is 331.

The new cases include:

·         Woman in her 40s from Burleigh County, under investigation

·         Man in his 20s from Cass County, close contact

·         Woman in her 70s from Cass County, under investigation

·         Man in his 40s from Cass County, close contact

·         Woman in her 20s from Cass County, community spread

·         Woman in her 50s from Cass County, under investigation

·         Woman in her 30s from Cass County, under investigation

·         Woman in her 30s from Cass County, under investigation

·         Woman in her 60s from Cass County, under investigation

·         Woman in her 20s from Cass County, under investigation

·         Man in his 30s from Dunn County, under investigation

·         Man in his 20s from McKenzie County, household contact

·         Male age 10-19 from McKenzie County, household contact

·         Man in his 30s from Morton County, under investigation

·         Man in his 30s from Mountrail County, community spread

·         Man in his 30s from Mountrail County, community spread

·         Woman in her 20s from Mountrail County, possible travel

·         Woman in her 40s from Mountrail County, household contact

·         Woman in her 40s from Mountrail County, under investigation

·         Male age 10-19 from Mountrail County, household contact

·         Woman in her 30s from Richland County, close contact

·         Woman in her 20s from Stark County, close contact

·         Man in his 20s from Stark County, under investigation

To date, 10,781 people have been tested for the novel coronavirus in North Dakota. 431 tests were performed yesterday.

There have been 127 recoveries, bringing to the total number of active cases to 204. There have been 40 hospitalizations, with 13 patients still hospitalized. The statewide death toll stands at eight.