Iowa saw 534 new COVID-19 cases within the 24-hour period ending at 11 a.m. on Tuesday, according to data analyzed by The Gazette.
Additionally, the state had 13 new confirmed deaths, bringing the state’s total to 1,400. Three of the deaths were in Floyd County. Allamakee, Dubuque and Woodbury counties had two new deaths each, and Hardin, Plymouth, Poweshiek and Tama counties had one death each.
Of the new virus cases, 56 were individuals up to 17 years old, and 69 were of people who work in education occupations.
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