DES MOINES, Iowa (KCAU) – The Iowa Department of Public Health (IDPH) has confirmed 534 more cases of COVID-19.
The state’s total number of cases is 9,703.
85% of new positive cases on Monday are in the 22 counties where restrictions remain in place.
Health officials reported four additional virus-related deaths in the state, raising the death toll to 188.
According to the IDPH, the four new deaths are:
- Appanoose County: one older adult (61-80 years)
- Jasper County: one older adult (61-80 years)
- Poweshiek County: one elderly adult (81+)
- Wapello County: one older adult (61-80 years)
Governor Reynolds said in her news conference Monday that one more long-term care facility in Iowa has an outbreak of the virus.
Health officials said that 3,486 people have recovered from COVID-19, which is a 36% recovery rate.
IDPH reports an additional 3,441 negative tests for a total of 47,458 negative tests as of May 4 that includes testing reported by the State Hygienic Lab and other labs.
The state’s health department mentions that a total of 57,161 people have been tested for the virus, which means that 1 in 55 Iowans have already been tested.
For the full list of counties in Iowa that are in Siouxland with confirmed and recovered cases, along with how many have died from COVID-19, see below.
- Woodbury: 1,252 confirmed, 277 recovered, two deaths
- Crawford: 78 confirmed, 20 recovered, one death
- Plymouth: 27 confirmed, seven recovered
- Sioux: 23 confirmed, eight recovered
- Harrison: 16 confirmed, 15 recovered
- Lyon: 15 confirmed, seven recovered
- Osceola: 13 confirmed, eight recovered
- O’Brien: 11 confirmed, four recovered
- Buena Vista: 11 confirmed, three recovered
- Monona: 10 confirmed, seven recovered
- Dickinson: six confirmed, four recovered
- Clay: six confirmed, three recovered
- Carroll: five confirmed, two recovered
- Cherokee: four confirmed, two recovered
- Pocahontas: three confirmed, two recovered
- Calhoun: one confirmed, zero recovered
- Sac: one confirmed, zero recovered