4 More Cases and 2 More Deaths in Dubuque County, 452 New Cases and 20 Additional Deaths Statewide
Since 2 p.m. yesterday, the Iowa Department of Public Health (IDPH) was notified of:
- 452 additional positive cases of COVID-19 in Iowa, including four additional cases in Dubuque County. Iowa now has a total of 16,047 positive cases and Dubuque County has 299.
- 20 additional deaths were reported for Iowa, including two in Dubuque County, bringing the state total to 405 and Dubuque County’s to 13.
- As of May 20, 13 Dubuque County residents were hospitalized due to COVID-19 and 141 have recovered or are recovering. Statewide, 376 Iowans are hospitalized and 8,606 Iowans have recovered.
- 4,029 Dubuque County residents have been tested, resulting in a 7.4 percent positive rate. Statewide, 115,729 Iowans have been tested for a 13.9 percent positive rate.
- There are currently COVID-19 outbreaks at 37 long-term care facilities in Iowa, including one in Dubuque County at Dubuque Specialty Care, which has 47 positive cases and 10 recovered cases. Statewide, there are 1,535 positive cases at long-term care facilities with 636 recovered.
For the most current information on COVID-19, visit https://coronavirus.iowa.gov. For COVID-19 information specific to Dubuque County, visit www.dubuquecounty.org/COVID19
PLEASE NOTE: Due to planned maintenance from 6:00 a.m. on Saturday, May 23, through 6:00 a.m. on Monday, May 25, the IDPH Case Counts Dashboard will not reflect accurate counts during the maintenance period. All Case Counts will be brought up to date by 6:00 a.m. on Monday, May 25.
What’s Open, What’s Not?
For a simplified summary of what Iowa businesses are opening and which are still closed, please visit https://www.cityofdubuque.org/DocumentCenter/View/45658/Whats-Open-Whats-Closed_52020
May 21 Video Update
Today’s video update from the Dubuque County Public Health Incident Management Team includes a review of case counts and other statistics, information on the expansion of the Test Iowa program, and the importance of maintaining general health and wellness in preventing chronic diseases, which have a significant impact on COVID-19 hospitalization and death rates.. Watch the video at https://youtu.be/fBbVKEZd3dE