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Iowa added 66 new COVID-19 cases and no new, confirmed deaths Monday.
The new numbers bring the state’s totals to 372,637 cases and 6,102 deaths since the start of the pandemic, according to Iowa Department of Public Health data.
The state’s seven-day average for new cases is 82 as of Monday. The seven-day average for deaths is four.
As of Monday afternoon 1,376,643 Iowans, or 43.63 percent of the state’s population, were fully vaccinated.
The total number of people fully vaccinated within the state, non-Iowans included, is 1,430,938.
In Linn County, 112,505 people, or 49.63 percent of the county population, were fully vaccinated as of Monday.
In Johnson County, the number is 83,820. That is 55.46 percent of the county’s population.
Locally, Linn County added six cases Monday, bringing the county total to 21,186 and the county’s seven-day average to eight.
Johnson County added three cases for a county total of 14,610 and a seven-day average of two.
Across the state, COVID-19 hospitalizations dipped from 82 to 81 in the 24-hour period ending at 11 a.m. Monday. The number of patients in intensive care rose from 18 to 20, and the number of patients on ventilators to aid their breathing remained at eight.
As of Sunday afternoon, 13 Linn County residents were hospitalized for COVID-19, currently the highest number in the state.
Long-term care facilities
The number of long-term care facilities with virus outbreaks remained the same as Sunday with four outbreaks across the state and 31 people positive for the coronavirus, according to IDPH data.
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