Wednesday, 20 January, 2021

ND COVID-19: death toll reaches 79; 37 new infections

Lefty's in the Strip District on Sunday as the Allegheny County Health Department announced new rules Lefty's in the Strip District on Sunday as the Allegheny County Health Department announced new rules. Katie Blackley 90.5 WESA
Gustavo Carr | 29 June, 2020, 11:10

On Sunday, the county reported an additional 146 cases and three deaths, bringing its total to 12,608 cases and 326 deaths.

While young people, especially those who do not have any pre-existing conditions, are at a lower risk of experiencing the most severe outcomes of Covid-19, they are at a higher risk of contracting the virus. There have been 2 presumptive cases and zero deaths.

Thirty-two new cases of COVID-19 were reported in Spokane County on Saturday, raising the total confirmed case count to 1,199.

Only slightly more men than women have been infected with 50 percent of the cases being male and 49 percent, female.

3,139 people have recovered from COVID-19.

L.A. County's rising numbers aren't limited to daily new cases.

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Last week ended with 24,861 confirmed cases and this week comes to a close with 27,096 cases.

Here is a summary of new cases and other COVID-19 stats reported Saturday by health officials across Nebraska & Iowa.

Overall Iowa's cases have increased by 9 percent as the state has nearly completely opened back up.

Nationwide, a record 44,782 new cases were reported Saturday, the second day in a row new cases have risen above 40,000 and the fifth consecutive day setting a single-day record for cases, the Washington Post reported. In front are Polk with 5,682; Woodbury, 3,095; Black Hawk, 1,941; Buena Vista, 1,678; Linn, 1,136; and Dallas with 1,097.

A male in his 40s from Marshall County has tested positive for COVID-19.