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Update: County-level case data was released by the state just after 4:30 p.m. Friday. This story has been updated with the new data.
Iowa added 112 new COVID-19 cases and two new, confirmed deaths on Friday.
The new numbers bring the state’s totals to 371,835 cases and 6,067 deaths, according to Iowa Department of Public Health data.
The state’s seven-day average for new cases is 86 as of Friday. The average for deaths is two.
As of Friday afternoon 1,322,073 Iowans or 41.90 percent of the state population had been fully vaccinated, according to IDPH data.
The total number of people vaccinated within the state, including non-Iowans, is 1,374,897.
In Linn County 106,911 individuals or 47.16 percent of the county population has been fully vaccinated.
In Johnson County that number is 80,032 or 52.95 percent of the county population.
County data on new case numbers was provided by IDPH after 4:30 p.m. on Friday.
Locally, Linn County added 11 cases for a total of 21,097. The county’s seven-day average is 8.
Johnson County also added 11 cases for a total of 14,587 and a seven-day average of 4.
Of the new cases, 20 were for children up to age 17, bringing the total in that category to 44,597.
Of Friday’s new, confirmed virus deaths, one was of an individual over the age of 80 and the other was an individual aged 61-80. Both deaths took place on May 29.
Muscatine and Pottawattamie counties reported one death each.
Across the state, the number of virus hospitalizations was 91 on Friday, the lowest since 91 on April 5, 2020.
The number of ICU patients was 17, the lowest since such data was provided by the state in March 2020. The number of patients on ventilators was seven, down four from Thursday.
Long-Term Care Facilities
The long-term care facility virus outbreak data remained unchanged on Friday with three outbreaks across the state and 20 virus cases in total.
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