New Saline County COVID-19 Cases

COVID update: 18 new Bureau County cases, one new Marshall County case

COVID update: 18 new Bureau County cases, one new Marshall County case

The spike in cases for Effingham County comes amid a statewide rise in infections.

There are 7 new positive COVID-19 cases in Saline County that have been identified since the Monday, July 27 report.

According to the health department, there have now been 142 confirmed cases in the three-county region.

In Marshall County: Henry, six cases out of 324 tests. Only July 23 had more positive cases.

The positivity rate is the percentage of people who test positive out of all the people tested in a given time period. Putnam County has had eight confirmed cases.

As of Thursday, Iowa had a 10 percent increase in cases of people recovering from COVID-19 and a 4.3 percent increase of recoveries from COVID-19 in Marshall County.

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Of the new cases, a female and a male in their teens, two males in their 30s, and a male in his 50s all report having contact with persons testing positive for COVID-19.

Due to the large number of new cases each day, the state is not necessarily reporting individual cases by age, gender or city.

Nearly 60 percent of state's positive cases have been Hoosiers under the age of 50, but more than half of the deaths have been people age 80 and older.

Collin County has confirmed the death of a 71-year-old Plano man. In front are Polk with 9,355; Woodbury, 3,608; Black Hawk, 2,927; Linn, 1,947; Johnson, 1,842; Buena Vista, 1,781; Dallas, 1,721; Scott, 1,536; and Dubuque, with 1,438.

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