447 new COVID-19 cases, seven additional deaths | Prairie Public Broadcasting

447 new COVID-19 cases, seven additional deaths

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Seven more North Dakotans have passed away with the novel coronavirus, bringing the statewide death toll to 246.

 

The patients were a man in his 80s, a woman in her 70s and a man in his 90s from Burleigh County; a man in his 80s from Emmons County; a woman in her 90s from McLean County; and a man in his 60s and a woman in her 90s from Morton County. They each had underlying health conditions.

 

Additionally, 447 new individuals from 40 counties have tested positive for COVID-19 in North Dakota, bringing the new statewide positive total to 21,846.

 

These results were from a pool of 5,340 tests for a daily positive rate of 8.72 percent.

 

The cases broken down by county are:

 

  • Barnes County – 5
  • Benson County - 2
  • Bottineau County – 5
  • Bowman County – 1
  • Burleigh County - 84
  • Cass County – 82
  • Dickey County – 2
  • Dunn County – 5
  • Eddy County - 3
  • Emmons County – 3
  • Foster County – 1
  • Grand Forks County – 33
  • Grant County – 4
  • Hettinger County - 1
  • Kidder County - 3
  • LaMoure County – 2
  • Logan County – 5
  • McHenry County -1
  • McIntosh County - 6
  • McKenzie County - 8
  • McLean County - 12
  • Mercer County - 10
  • Morton County – 41
  • Mountrail County – 2
  • Nelson County – 4
  • Oliver County - 2
  • Pembina County – 4
  • Pierce County - 1
  • Ramsey County – 3
  • Ransom County – 1
  • Renville County - 1
  • Rolette County – 9
  • Sheridan County - 2
  • Sioux County - 3
  • Stark County – 6
  • Steele County - 1
  • Stutsman County – 13
  • Traill County – 2
  • Walsh County - 9
  • Ward County – 25
  • Williams County – 40

 

636,374 total tests have been administered for the novel coronavirus. 241,484 unique individuals have been tested. 

 

89 people are currently hospitalized with COVID-19. There have been 859 hospitalizations total.

 

There have been 17,938 recoveries. This leaves 3,662 active confirmed cases.