FARGO, ND (Valley News Live) – The North Dakota Department of Health reported 181 new coronavirus positive cases and two new deaths on Saturday.
The number of deaths in North Dakota from the coronavirus increased to 112.
The victims were a man around 90 years old from Burleigh County, and a man around 60 years old from Richland County. Both men have an underlying health condition, officials said.
Currently, 49 patients are hospitalized.
There are 104 new recoveries reported, bringing the total to 6,268.
INDIVIDUALS DEAD WITH COVID-19
- The man in his 90s is from Burleigh County with an underlying health condition.
- Man in age 60 from Richland County with basic health condition.
COUNTRIES WITH NEW POSITIVE CASES REPORT TODAY
- Benson County – 2
- Burleigh county – 34
- Cass seeds – 22
- Foster County – 1
- Grand Forks County – 10
- Griggs seeds – 2
- McIntosh County – 3
- McKenzie County – 3
- McLean County – 8
- Mercer County – 2
- Morton – 24
- Mountrail County – 6
- Nelson County – 1
- Ramsey County – 3
- Ransom seeds – 1
- Richland County – 1
- Rolette beads – 9
- Sioux seed – 16
- Stark County – 11
- Stutsman seeds – 1
- Traill County – 2
- Walsh County – 1
- Ward District – 12
- Williams County – 6
352,480 – Total number of tests completed * (+5,861 total exams from yesterday)
167,367 – Total unique individuals tested * (+1,666 unique individuals from yesterday)
159,859 – Total negative (+1,485 unique individuals from yesterday)
7.508 – Total Positive (+181 single individuals from yesterday)
Total positive from serial (repeat) test **** This number will be updated on Monday.
3.1% – Daily Sensitivity Rate **
414 – Total hospital admissions (+6 individuals from yesterday)
49 – Currently hospitalized (+1 individual since yesterday)
6.268 – Total to be restored (+104 individuals since yesterday)
112 – Total deaths *** (+2 individuals from yesterday)
* Note that this does not include individuals from outside the state and has been updated to reflect information most recently discovered after the cases were investigated.
** Since completed serial tests and added to the total number of completed tests may result in new individuals having a positive result, the daily positive rate will be calculated as the total positive times per day by the number of daily inspections completed instead of daily the number of unique individuals tested.
*** Number of people who test positive and die of any cause from COVID-19 infection. **** This includes people who test positive for COVID-19 after they have previously had a negative test result.
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