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ND COVID-19: 1 more death, 40 new cases

Jun 10, 2020

One more individual has passed away with COVID-19 in North Dakota, bringing the statewide death toll to 73.

 

The patient was a woman in her 80s from Cass County. She had underlying health conditions.

 

Additionally, 40 more individuals have tested positive for the novel coronavirus, bringing the statewide positive total to 2,941.

 

The cases broken down by county are:

 

The chairman of the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation saids so far, banks have weathered the economic crisis brought on by the COVID-19 pandemic.

Jelena McWilliams held a “virtual” meeting with North Dakota and South Dakota bankers today Tuesday.  In an interview with Prairie Public, she said this economic downturn is much different from the recession in 2008, because the loans have been on more solid footing, and the banks are well-capitalized.

22 new individuals have tested positive for COVID-19 in North Dakota, bringing the new positive total to 2,901.

The cases were from a pool of 1,624 tests for a daily positive rate of 1.4 percent.

13 of the new cases were from Cass County, and two were from Richland County. Benson, Bottineau, Burleigh, Kidder, McLean, Rolette and Stark Counties each had one new case.

There have been 116,878 tests performed overall, with 80,666 tests done on unique individuals.

There are currently 32 people hospitalized. 189 people have been hospitalized overall.

19 new cases of novel coronavirus detected in ND

Jun 8, 2020

19 more individuals have tested positive for COVID-19 in North Dakota, bringing the statewide positive total to 2,880.

 

1,415 tests were administered, for a daily positive rate of 1.3 percent.

 

Eight cases were in Stutsman County, while six were in Cass County. Grand Forks and Wells Counties each had two cases, and one case was detected in Burleigh County.

 

115,259 total tests have been completed, with 80,180 of those tests done on unique individuals.

45 new cases of COVID-19 in ND

Jun 7, 2020

The state health department has confirmed 45 new cases of COVID-19 in North Dakota.

 

The statewide positive total is now 2,861.

 

The cases broken down by county are:

 

ND Health Dept: 1 more death, 71 new cases of COVID-19

Jun 6, 2020

One more individual has passed away with COVID-19 in North Dakota, bringing the statewide death toll to 72.

 

The patient was a man in his 90s from Cass County. He had underlying health conditions.

 

The state health department has also confirmed 71 new cases of the novel coronavirus from a pool of 4,034 tests. The daily positive rate was 1.8 percent.

 

2,816 individuals have tested positive overall.

 

5 COVID-19 deaths, 40 new cases

Jun 5, 2020

Five more North Dakotans have passed away with COVID-19, bringing the statewide death toll to 71.

The patients include a man in his 90s, a man in his 80s, a woman in her 80s and a woman in her 70s all from Cass County. They all had underlying health conditions. A man in his 60s from Grand Forks County also passed away.

Additionally, 40 new individuals tested positive for the novel coronavirus out of a pool of 2,624 tests for a positive rate of 1.5 percent.

The state health department has confirmed 27 additional cases of COVID-19 in North Dakota.

The positive cases came from a pool of 3,569 tests for a positive rate of 0.8 percent.

The positives were from seven counties. Cass County had 20 positive cases, while Burleigh County had two. Barnes, Bottineau, Mountrail, Richland and Sargent Counties each had one new case.

There have been 2,706 positive cases overall.

One more individual has passed away with COVID-19 in North Dakota, bringing the statewide death toll to 66.

The patient was a man in his 70s from Cass County. He had underlying health conditions.

The state health department has confirmed 33 new positive cases of the novel coronavirus. The new positives are from a pool of 2,626 tests for a positive rate of 1.3 percent.

Former UND interim President Joshua Wynne believes it will be safe to bring students back to campus this fall.

After spring break in March, all classes became online, because of the coronavirus. All North Dakota public campuses did the same.

The Board of Higher Education has voted to allow the campuses to reopen for fall semester.

But Wynne said it won’t be the same as it was. He said it will involve mitigation strategies, as the campus prepares.

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