After more than 200 people recovered on Thursday, the state announced a new pandemic of new cases. As a result, the number of activities, after decreasing for the first time in a week, increased by 75 people, with 1,128 individuals currently carrying COVID-19.
Daily report COVID-19, August 8:
• 5,861 tests (1,666)
• 7,508 positive responses (181)
• 6,268 recovery (104)
• 112 people died (2)
• 1,128 cases in operation (75)
Details, including active case trendlines, can be found 24/7 at https://t.co/VX8DqbayoW pic.twitter.com/aRCOkQp6sP
̵1; Department of Health ND (@NDDOH) August 8, 2020
A man in his 60s with an underlying health condition became the first victim of the Richland County of the virus, while a man in Burleigh County in his 90s, also with the same health condition. latent, becoming the 112th victim of the state.
The ministry announced 5,681 tests on Friday, yielding a positive rate of 3.1% while the number of current hospital admissions has increased by just one, with 49 people currently hospitalized.
Of the newly reported cases, 34 are from Burleigh County, currently 275 are active in the state level. This happened when Task Force Burleigh-Morton COVID-19 attempted to stop the virus since it spread, becoming the state’s new hotspot. During a meeting on Friday, Bismarck-Burleigh Public Health Director Renae Moch pointed out that there is no single source for high levels of transmission, but, like most states, the number of cases is increasing. from younger people.
Of a total of 7,508 reported positive cases, 3,285 of them were between the ages of 20 and 39. Morton County added 24 new cases on Friday, while Cass County, where the most positive cases were, in the state with 3,028, reporting 22 new cases.
Sixteen cases were added to Sioux County
County Ward reported 12 cases, the hometown of Minot, ND
Dickinson’s Stark County area added 11 other cases
Ten cases have been reported in Grand Forks County
Sixty-seven deaths statewide came from individuals in long-term care facilities. Currently, 80 active cases in the state reside in nursing homes. Leach Home in Wahpeton, ND, currently has seven active cases, while Ashley Medical Center in McIntosh County has eight state senior cases, six of which are employees.
Of the positive cases, 6,268 people recovered from the disease, killing more than 160,000 people nationwide. The state conducted 352,480 tests, although some people were examined more than once.
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