October 22: Dakota County reports 9 new COVID-19 cases

Coronavirus

DAKOTA CITY, Neb. (KCAU) – The Dakota County Health Department reported 9 new cases of COVID-19 on Thursday.

Below is the full report for October 22, 2020.

Dakota County COVID-19 numbers

Total positive cases2,528
— New cases –9
— Negative tests –11,746
Total virus-related deaths46
— New deaths –0

The Dakota County Health Department is also reminding residents of a new Directed Health Measure Gov. Pete Ricketts implemented Wednesday.

Health officials ask people to know the COVID-19 symptoms and to contact their health care provider should they develop any. Those symptoms fever, cough, sore throat, fatigue, loss of taste, loss of appetite, loss of smell, and shortness of breath.

They also ask residents to continue social distancing, wearing masks in public, washing hands often, and sanitizing common areas.


October 21, 2020

Total positive cases2,519
— New cases –5
— Negative tests –11,519
Total virus-related deaths46
— New deaths –0

October 20, 2020

Total positive cases2,514
— New cases –8
— Negative tests –11,480
Total virus-related deaths46
— New deaths –0

October 19, 2020

Total positive cases2506
— New cases –12
— Negative tests –11,448
Total virus-related deaths46
— New deaths –2

October 17, 2020

Total positive cases2,494
— New cases –37
— Negative tests –11,394
Total virus-related deaths44
— New deaths –0

October 16, 2020

Total positive cases2457
— New cases –10
— Negative tests –11,212
Total virus-related deaths44
— New deaths –0

October 15, 2020

Total positive cases2,447
— New cases –9
— Negative tests –11,085
Total virus-related deaths44
— New deaths –0

October 14, 2020

Total positive cases2,438
— New cases –13
— Negative tests –10,990
Total virus-related deaths44
— New deaths –0

October 13, 2020

Total positive cases2,425
— New cases –4
— Negative tests –10,942
Total virus-related deaths44
— New deaths –0

October 12, 2020

Total positive cases2,421
— New cases –54
— Negative tests –10,927
Total virus-related deaths44
— New deaths –0

The health department doesn’t release numbers over the weekend and last reported COVID-19 tests on Friday.

The health department updated its COVID-19 Risk Dial, marking the current week’s risk level higher than the week before, putting it into an orange level.


October 9, 2020

Total positive cases2,367
— New cases –9
— Negative tests –10,560
Total virus-related deaths44
— New deaths –0

October 8, 2020

Dakota County COVID-19 numbers

Total positive cases – 2,358
— New cases – 14
— Negative tests – 10,442
Total virus-related deaths – 44
— New deaths – 0

October 7, 2020

Dakota County COVID-19 numbers

Total positive cases2,344
— New cases –16
— Negative tests –10,304
Total virus-related deaths44
— New deaths –0

Health officials ask people to know the COVID-19 symptoms and to contact their health care provider should they develop any. Those symptoms fever, cough, sore throat, fatigue, loss of taste, loss of appetite, loss of smell, and shortness of breath.

They also ask residents to continue social distancing, wearing masks in public, washing hands often and sanitizing common areas.


October 6, 2020

Total positive cases2,328
— New cases –17
— Negative tests –10,131
Total virus-related deaths44
— New deaths –0

October 5, 2020

Dakota County COVID-19 numbers

Total positive cases2,311
— New cases –23
— Negative tests –10,036
Total virus-related deaths44
— New deaths –0

October 2, 2020

Total positive cases2,288
— New cases –25
— Negative tests –9,844
Total virus-related deaths44
— New deaths –0

October 1, 2020

Total positive cases2,263
— New cases –5
— Negative tests –9,607
Total virus-related deaths44
— New deaths –0

For September’s numbers, click here.

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