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Iowa reported 30 new COVID-19 cases and no deaths Monday.
The new case numbers bring the state’s total to 373,130, according to Iowa Department of Public Health data. The death toll is 6,114.
Iowa’s seven-day average for new cases is 70, the lowest since 70 on April 4, 2020. The seven-day average for deaths is two.
As of Monday, the total number of fully vaccinated Iowans is 1,405,385 — 44.54 percent of the state’s population.
The number of people vaccinated within the state, non-Iowans included, is 1,460,719.
In Linn County, the number of fully vaccinated people is 114,705. That is 50.6 percent of the county’s population.
In Johnson County, that number is 85,058 or 56.28 percent of the county population.
Locally, Linn County added three cases for a county total of 21,224 and a seven-day average of five, the lowest since three on June 17, 2020.
Johnson County added no new cases, keeping the total at 14,624 and a seven-day average of two.
Across the state, virus hospitalizations dropped from 65 to 54 during the 24-hour period that ended Monday morning. That is the lowest since 51 on March 30, 2020.
The number of ICU patients went from 15 to 14, the lowest ever for data shared beginning March 31, 2020.
The number of patients on ventilators went from 11 to nine.
Long-term care facilities
As of Monday, three long-term care facilities in Iowa were experiencing COVID-19 outbreaks, the same as Sunday. The number of people who have tested positive increased by one to 30 over the 24-hour period, according to IDPH data.
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John McGlothlen of The Gazette contributed to this report.