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Iowa reported 23 new COVID-19 cases but no new deaths in a 24-hour period ending at 11 a.m. Monday.
The state has recorded 374,198 cases since the start of the pandemic, according to Iowa Department of Public Health data analyzed by The Gazette.
Iowa’s seven-day average for cases is 84. The seven-day average for deaths is two.
Linn and Johnson counties did not report new cases Monday. The seven-day averages for cases in the counties are four and two, respectively.
Another 734 Iowans are fully vaccinated, moving the statewide vaccination rate to 53.99 percent of Iowans 12 or older and 45.79 percent of all Iowans.
Linn County now has 117,885 fully vaccinated residents, which equates to a 65.33 percent vaccination rate among those 16 or older and 52 percent for all residents.
Johnson County now has 87,213 fully vaccinated residents and a 70.16 percent vaccination rate among those 16 or older. The rate is 57.7 percent for all residents.
Statewide COVID-19 hospitalizations increased from 72 to 78 Monday. The number of patients in intensive care units increased from 19 to 22, and the number of patients on ventilators increased from 10 to 13.
Long-term care outbreaks
Iowa still has only one long-term care outbreak in the state and nine long-term care patients with COVID-19, according to IDPH data.
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Katie Brumbeloe of The Gazette contributed to this report.