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The new numbers bring the state’s totals to 373,573 cases and 6,133 deaths. The seven-day average for cases is 68, and the seven-day average for deaths is three.
As of 1:30 p.m. Sunday, 4,354 new Iowans were fully vaccinated, bringing the state’s total to 1,425,068. Out of Iowans 12 and older, 53.25 percent had received a full vaccine series. Counting all Iowans, 45.17 percent had been vaccinated.
The total number of people vaccinated in Iowa, including non-Iowans, was 1,481,201.
In Linn County, 116,217 residents were fully vaccinated, up 317 from Saturday. Of residents 16 and older, 64.41 percent had been vaccinated. Out of the county’s total population, 51.26 percent had been vaccinated.
In Johnson County, 86,236 residents were fully vaccinated, up 320 from Saturday. Of residents 16 and older, 69.37 percent had been vaccinated. Out of the county’s total population, 57.06 percent had been vaccinated.
Linn County added five cases, bringing the county’s total to 21,267 and the seven-day average to seven.
Johnson County added two cases, bringing the county’s total to 14,636 and the seven-day average to two.
Both deaths confirmed Sunday happened in June. One person was between 41 and 60, and the other was between 61 and 80.
Scott and Black Hawk counties each reported one death.
Hospitalizations rose from 56 to 63 on Sunday. Intensive care patients rose from 20 to 21, and the number of patients on ventilators stayed at 12.
The number of outbreaks at Iowa’s long-term care facilities remained at three, the same as Saturday. An outbreak is defined as having three or more cases among residents and staff.
One additional death was reported associated with the facilities, bringing the state’s total to 2,373.
The number of positive cases within the facilities remained the same as Saturday at 34.
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John McGlothlen of The Gazette contributed to this report.