COVID-19 Update


Woodbury County

Total Positive Tests:  31,781 (+371 from last week from IDPH)

New cases week beginning 1/31/22:  432 (12.8%)

New cases week beginning 2/7/22:  235 (9.1%)

14-day Average % Positive:  9.6%

Positive Tests per 100,000:  174.58

Total Deaths due to Covid-19:  314 (+4 from last week from IDPH)

Deaths due to Covid in last 30 days:  14

Current Hospitalizations w/Covid-19:

Total  23

Total Current Hospitalization due to COVID       8

% of Total Population Fully Vaccinated in Woodbury County:  51.1% (SDHD); 55.3% (IDPH)

Booster Doses given in Woodbury County:  21,406

Data from the Siouxland District Health Department, Iowa Dept. of Public Health

Plymouth County

Total Positive Tests:  6,875 (+34 from last week)

Positive Tests per 100,000:  135.04

Total Deaths due to Covid-19:  95 (+0 from last week)

% of Total Population Fully Vaccinated in Plymouth County:  51.8% (IDPH)

Data from Iowa Department of Health

Dakota County

Total Positive Tests:  6,486 (+26 from last week)

Positive Test Rate:  28.6%

Daily New Cases per 100,000:  15.7

Total Deaths due to Covid-19:  82 (same as last week)

% Vaccinated in Dakota County:  69.4% (% age 5 and over at least one dose) (CDC)

% Vaccinated in Dakota County:  62.4 (% age 5 and over with two doses) (CDC)

% Vaccinated With Booster Dose: 19.4%

Data from Dakota County Health Department, Nebraska Department of Health, CDC

Union County

Total Positive Tests:  3,963 (+19 from last week)

Total Recovered:  3,769

Total Deaths due to Covid-19:  49 (same as last week)

% PCR Test Positivity Rate Weekly:  15.7%

Number of Persons (1 Dose):  1,260

Number of Persons (2 Doses):  2,769

Number of Persons (3 Doses):  1,631

Data from South Dakota Department of Health

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