656 new COVID-19 cases found statewide
Prairie Public, Danielle WebsterOctober 1, 2021 (Short)

According to the state health department’s coronavirus dashboard, 656 individuals from 45 counties have tested positive for COVID-19, bringing the new statewide positive total to 132,808.

These results were from a pool of 8,868 tests for a daily positive rate of 8.02 percent.

282 of those positives were PCR tests, and 374 were antigen tests.

2,453,272 total tests have been administered for the novel coronavirus. 504,884 unique individuals have been tested.

161 people are currently hospitalized due to COVID-19.

Since yesterday 699 individuals have been confirmed as recovered, bringing the recovered total to 126,863. This leaves 4,334 active confirmed cases.

North Dakota reports 4 new virus deaths; most Sanford COVID-19 patients unvaccinated
The Bismarck Tribune, Sam NelsonSeptember 9, 2021 (Medium)

The North Dakota Department of Health reported four new deaths related to COVID-19 Thursday, and the state’s active case count is nearing 3,000, a number not seen since December.

The deaths bring the state’s pandemic toll to 1,571. The Health Department no longer publicly reports the county, sex and age range of newly confirmed virus-related deaths but the number of Burleigh County deaths increased by three for a total of 207. Morton County stayed unchanged at 102.

The Health Department also reported 617 new COVID-19 cases from 10,138 new tests, bring the state’s total case count to 2,946 cases. The last time active cases were that high was in December, at the end of North Dakota’s winter surge. Thursday’s positivity rate was 6.32%, and the state’s 14-day positivity rate was 6.55%.

North Dakota Department of Health
March 19, 2021


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