North Dakota’s COVID-19 death toll is now 138, as one more individual has passed away with the disease.
The patient was a man in his 90s from Morton County with underlying health conditions.
Additionally, 234 new individuals from 23 counties have also tested positive for the novel coronavirus, bringing the new statewide positive total to 10,229. These results are from a pool of 3,173 tests for a daily positive rate of 7.37 percent.
Grand Forks County is reporting the most new cases today, with 110 individuals testing positive for COVID-19. Burleigh County had 36 new cases, Cass County had 20, Ward County had 18 and Stark County had twelve. There were seven new cases found in Williams County, and five in McKenzie County. Dunn County had four new cases, and Morton County had three. Kidder, Logan, McLean, Sargent and Sioux Counties each had two new cases. Barnes, Benson, Dickey, Foster, McIntosh, Oliver, Ramsey, Rolette, and Walsh Counties each had one new case apiece.
To date, 438,451 tests for COVID-19 have been administered. 193,599 unique individuals have been tested.
There are currently 50 individuals under hospitalization.
There have been 8,410 recoveries. This leaves 1,681 active confirmed cases.