yesterday that those over 75 and critical workers should be prioritized next in the vaccine rollout, to prevent mortality and preserve societal functioning.
Currently, IDPH has reported on the state’s coronavirus dashboard
, 267,726 Iowans have tested positive, up 3,621 from our update Friday morning, with a total of 1,317,908 tested. 138 additional deaths were reported since our last update, bringing the total to 3,589 deaths. Now 208,681 Iowans have recovered. The total 14 day rolling average positivity rate is 13.1% the past 7-day average is 10.2%. The latest on hospitalizations, including how many patients have been admitted in the last 24 hours can be found here
. There are currently 644 hospitalized patients.
School district statistics including positivity rates by county can be found here
. According to guidance
issued by the Iowa Department of Education, schools may petition to go to hybrid or online learning with less than 50 percent in-person instruction when the per county percentage positivity rates are above 15 percent in a county on average over the past 14 days (rolling average) AND 10% absenteeism among students is expected for in-person learning. School district waiver requests and whether they are granted or denied are listed here
Currently 28 (of 99) counties are above a 15 percent positivity rate over the past 14 days. Click here
to search county data for today.
Total Cases 17,592,760
Total Deaths 315,260
Total Cases 76,928.774
Total Deaths 1,695,307
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