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State confirms 1 additional COVID-19 death, 100 more cases

As of Monday morning, 367,795 Iowans have tested positive for COVID-19.

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Local 5 previously updated data at 9 a.m. each day, but has adjusted the schedule to 10 a.m. based on the state's online reporting time. 

State overview

24-hour totals (May 9 at 10 a.m. to May 10 at 10 a.m.)

  • 3,345 tests processed
  • 100 positive individuals confirmed
    • 3.0% positivity rate
  • 1 death

As of 10 a.m. Monday, 397,710 tests have come back positive for COVID-19 since March 7, 2020. 

A total of 367,795 Iowans have tested positive. This number was found by adding PCR individuals positive (303,471) to antigen individuals positive (64,324) on the "Positive Case Analysis" dashboard.  

These numbers differ since many Iowans have been tested more than once. 

The 7-day positivity rate is 3.6% and the 14-day positivity rate is 3.8%.

More than 4.89 million tests have been administered in the state, including PCR and antigen tests. 

5,985 Iowans have died—a 24-hour increase of one.

351,784 Iowans are considered to be recovered from the virus. 

NOTE: As of June 30, 2020, IDPH classifies anyone not hospitalized or deceased after 28 days to be "recovered."

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Vaccine updates

The state officially administered more than 1 million doses on March 12. The state officially administered more than 1 million doses to Iowans on March 14. 

The state updated the vaccine dashboard on March 10 to include Johnson & Johnson doses into Iowa's vaccine totals. 

As of 10 a.m. Monday, 2,507,278 total COVID-19 vaccine doses have been administered in the state. A total of 2,412,555 have been administered to Iowans. 

A total of 219,507 individuals have started their two-dose vaccine series while 1,095,619 have completed their full two-dose series. The state's website says 96,533 people are fully vaccinated with the Johnson & Johnson vaccine. 

1,191,152 individuals have been fully vaccinated by the state of Iowa. 

Two doses must be administered for an individual to be counted as fully vaccinated for the Pfizer and Moderna vaccines. However, full immunity isn't achieved until two weeks after the second dose.

Johnson & Johnson is a single-dose vaccine, so individuals have full immunity two weeks after that dose. 

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Hospitalizations

As of 10 a.m. Monday, hospitalizations in Iowa are at 169, a 24-hour decrease of one.

The record for most hospitalizations was recorded on Wednesday, Nov. 18 with 1,527. 

The website says 21 patients have been admitted in the last 24 hours, 45 are in the intensive care unit (ICU) and 19 are on ventilators. 922 ventilators are available. 

The website says 40.39% of inpatient beds are available in the state and 390 ICU beds are available. 

The state website updates hospitalizations data nightly. 

Long-term care facilities

One long-term care facility has reported an outbreak with 19 total cases among residents and staff. Recoveries as of Sunday morning are at 17.

Resident deaths are at 2,325.

The state said they will use both "contributing factor" and "underlying cause" when calculating deaths.

Long-term care facilities are removed from being on the outbreak list when no new cases are detected in 28 days. All data, excluding deaths, on the long-term care dashboard are an active number, not a running total, according to the Iowa Department of Public Health.

IDPH announced that several changes to the state website and how LTC data would be reported would start Friday, Jan. 8:

  • Previous reporting: The reporting method for the LTC dashboard included old positive cases in an LTC facility for previous outbreak status.
    • Example: If an LTC was in an outbreak status in April and then again in January, the positive case counts were captured for both outbreaks in the overall positive counts.
    • New reporting: The number now only reflects positive cases associated with the current outbreak.
  • Previous reporting: The reporting method for the LTC dashboard included old recovered cases in LTC for previous outbreak status.
    • Example: If an LTC was in an outbreak status in April and then again in January the recovered case counts were also captured for both outbreaks in the overall recovered counts.
    • New reporting: The number now only reflects positive cases associated with the current outbreak.

State-run facilities

As of noon Friday, 537 staff members at Iowa Department of Human Services (DHS) facilities and 348 patients have tested positive for the virus. 

Of those cases, 536 staff and 344 patients are considered to be recovered.

DHS reported the death of a second resident due to virus complications on Jan. 7.

"Our hearts go out to the family and friends of the deceased," the agency said in a release on its website.

The document below details outbreaks at each facility and how DHS has responded to the pandemic in real-time. It also includes individuals that are considered to be recovered. 

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COVID-19 in central Iowa counties as of 10 a.m. on Monday, May 10:

Here's a quick look at central Iowa data by county from the coronavirus website:

Boone

  • 45,013 total tests
    • 2,813 positive 
    • 42,200 negative
  • 2,535 recovered
  • 34 reported deaths

Dallas

  • 130,335 total tests
    • 12,472 positive
    • 117,863 negative
  • 10,748 recovered
  • 98 reported deaths 

Jasper

  • 52,987 total tests
    • 4,521 positive
    • 48,466 negative
  • 4,036 recovered
  • 71 reported deaths

Madison 

  • 21,170 total tests
    • 1,755 positive
    • 19,415 negative
  • 1,507 recovered
  • 19 reported deaths

Marion

  • 43,160 total tests
    • 3,816 positive
    • 39,344 negative
  • 3,482 recovered
  • 75 reported deaths

Marshall

  • 83,793 total tests
    • 5,182 positive
    • 78,611 negative
  • 4,694 recovered
  • 75 reported deaths

Polk

  • 707,757 total tests
    • 64,694 positive
    • 643,063 negative
  • 55,036 recovered
  • 622 reported deaths 

Story

  • 164,468 total tests
    • 11,337 positive
    • 153,131 negative
  • 10,191 recovered
  • 48 reported deaths

Warren

  • 78,901 total tests
    • 6,241 positive
    • 72,660 negative
  • 5,416 recovered
  • 88 reported deaths

Webster

  • 69,513 total tests
    • 5,399 positive
    • 64,114 negative
  • 4,970 recovered 
  • 93 reported deaths

Counties with the most positive tests as of 10 a.m. on Monday, May 10:

  • Polk — 64,694
  • Linn — 22,150
  • Scott — 21,309
  • Black Hawk — 17,246
  • Woodbury — 16,393

Counties with the least positive tests as of 10 a.m. on Monday, May 10:

  • Adams — 349
  • Audubon — 526
  • Ringgold — 575
  • Wayne — 577
  • Van Buren — 582

There are 1,003 positive tests pending investigation as of this update.

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Deaths from COVID-19

Testing trends

The coronavirus website now has a dashboard detailing serology testing as well.

Here's a look at the TestIowa assessments taken:

Long-term care facilities

The long-term care dashboard now includes more information about outbreaks across the state. Iowans can now see positive cases among symptomatic and asymptomatic residents as well as positive cases over time.

Regional Medical Coordination Center Data (RMCC)

Regional Medical Coordination Center data is also available for Iowans to view. 

This is where you can find the total number of hospitalized patients and the breakdown of patients in ICU, on ventilators and how many have been admitted into a hospital in the last 24 hours.

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