419 new COVID-19 cases, five additional deaths | Prairie Public Broadcasting

419 new COVID-19 cases, five additional deaths

Sep 29, 2020

Five more North Dakotans have passed away with the novel coronavirus, bringing the statewide death toll to 239.

 

The patients were a man in his 80s from Burleigh County; a man in his 80s from Grant County; and a woman in her 90s and two women in their 70s from Ward County. They each had underlying health conditions.

 

Additionally, 419 new individuals from 44 counties have tested positive for COVID-19 in North Dakota, bringing the new statewide positive total to 21,401.

 

These results were from a pool of 4,756 tests for a daily positive rate of 9.37 percent.

 

The cases broken down by county are:

 

  • Barnes County - 1
  • Bottineau County – 10
  • Bowman County – 1
  • Burke County - 1
  • Burleigh County - 63
  • Cass County – 71
  • Cavalier County – 1
  • Dickey County – 6
  • Divide County - 1
  • Dunn County – 2
  • Eddy County - 1
  • Emmons County – 9
  • Foster County – 2
  • Golden Valley County - 2
  • Grand Forks County – 23
  • Grant County – 4
  • Griggs County – 2
  • Kidder County - 2
  • LaMoure County – 1
  • Logan County – 5
  • McHenry County -28
  • McIntosh County - 2
  • McKenzie County - 6
  • McLean County - 7
  • Mercer County - 9
  • Morton County – 13
  • Mountrail County – 11
  • Nelson County – 12
  • Oliver County - 1
  • Pembina County – 3
  • Pierce County - 1
  • Ramsey County - 7
  • Richland County – 1
  • Rolette County – 6
  • Sargent County – 2
  • Sheridan County - 1
  • Sioux County - 1
  • Stark County – 17
  • Stutsman County – 2
  • Towner County - 4
  • Traill County – 1
  • Walsh County - 15
  • Ward County – 27
  • Wells County - 2
  • Williams County – 32

 

631,041 total tests have been administered for the novel coronavirus. 239,849 unique individuals have been tested. 

 

105 people are currently hospitalized with COVID-19. There have been 848 hospitalizations total.

 

There have been 17,511 recoveries. This leaves 3,652 active confirmed cases.