COVID-19 Claims 12 More Lives In Iowa
Iowa health officials announced a dozen more deaths cause by the coronavirus Thursday, increasing state's the death toll 318.
The Iowa Department of Public Health's website shows another 386 COVID-19 cases have been confirmed in Iowa, bringing the state’s total of positive tests to 13,675.
According to state health officials, 385 people are currently being treated for symptoms of the coronavirus at hospitals across the state. As of late Thursday morning, 31 patients are hospitalized in Black Hawk County, there are 24 in Dallas County, 22 more in Linn County, 19 in Dubuque County, and 17 in Marshall County.
Currently, 119 patients are being treated for the coronavirus in Polk County and 53 people are hospitalized in Woodbury County.
A total of 89,294 Iowans have been tested for COVID-19 since the pandemic begin in Iowa in March, state health officials reported Thursday. More than 6,200 Iowans diagnosed with the virus have recovered.