Moffat County sees spike in COVID cases since Friday

Moffat County sees spike in COVID cases since Friday

In Kansas, where the death toll rose by 80 on Wednesday, Governor Laura Kelly said the pandemic was putting a strain on hospitals and that all 62 residents of a nursing home in Norton County had contracted the virus.

Bell County has reported a total of 21 COVID-19 deaths, which have all ranged in age from 62-97. A total of 87 of the active cases occurred within congregate settings. Once the county crosses over the threshold of 75 cases per 100,000 over 14 days, it enters what Abdelmalek referred to as the "high transmission zone".

When you click this link an Excel spreadsheet will be created with all reported Collin County cases by city. Buda has recorded 837 total cases and now has 113 active cases. 1,368 total Russell County residents have been tested - that's 22.2 percent.

However, only 1 per cent of tests were coming back positive, one of the lowest levels in the country. The state did not explain why the numbers were changed. Deaths have risen to 1,739, the ministry said on Thursday, up from 1,619 reported a day earlier, which includes 69 deaths on Wednesday along with revisions to previous days.

With Wednesday's numbers, Jackson County has now seen 1,554 confirmed and presumptive cases since the beginning of the pandemic - the vast majority (over 1,400) confirmed by a positive test. Washington state ranks 25th in the nation for the number of deaths attributed to COVID-19.

One of the tools that officials rely on to determine whether the coronavirus situation is improving in the state is hospitalization data.

At this time, two people are in hospital due to COVID-19 and one of them is in intensive care.

The Dickinson-Iron District Health Department posted on Facebook that Dickinson County now has 519 confirmed cases and 19 probables, with 126 recovered, eight deaths and 404 cases still active.

He announced new restrictions for campuses including limiting the number of residents sharing a sleeping area and requiring people in all common areas to wear a mask and remain socially distant.

Events of this type have been responsible for much of the recent surge in cases in the province, and the effects of such gatherings have "spilled over" into the health-care system, schools and workplaces. COVID-19 cases for October 22, 2020.

As of Thursday, more than 1.7 million Minnesotans have been tested for COVID-19.

The state also reported its first patient being transferred to the alternate care facility at State Fair Park in West Allis, which opened last week.

It comes as the north's Health Minister Robin Swann, as well as six Assembly members, are self-isolating after being identified as close contacts of a confirmed Covid-19 case.

Testing, like hospitalizations, helps officials determine the virus' progress and plays a role in deciding whether it is safe to lift stay-at-home orders and loosen restrictions.

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