Due to the fact that the state updates vaccination numbers daily at noon and KWWL’s COVID-19 report is issued prior to that time, the vaccination numbers are as of the previous day’s noon.
According to the state’s dashboard, there were 299 new confirmed cases between 10 a.m. Monday and 10 a.m. Tuesday, taking the total number of cases in the state to 368,094.
According to the state’s website, 352,573 of the 368,094 people who tested positive have healed.
This is an increase of 789 recoveries from what the state announced on Monday.
The state reports that there have been no further COVID-19 deaths, resulting in a fatality rate of 5,985.
Since subtracting the number of recoveries (352,573) and deaths (5,985) from the overall number of cases (368,094), the state currently has 9,536 active positive cases.
Twenty-one patients had been hospitalized in Iowa in the preceding 24 hours as of Tuesday morning.
The overall number of hospitalizations is 163, down from 169 in the previous year.
43 are in the intensive care unit (down 45) and 22 are on ventilators (up 19).
As of noon Monday, Iowa residents had received a total of 2,420,007 doses and 1,198,136 had completed the vaccination sequence, according to the state’s COVID-19 vaccine database.
That is an increase of 5,984 vaccinations from Sunday at noon.
Black Hawk County: 158 additional residents have received a complete vaccination, bringing the total to 50,118.
Linn County: A total of 663 additional people have been completely vaccinated, bringing the total to 91,254.
Johnson County: A total of 795 additional people have been completely vaccinated, bringing the total to 71,823.
Dubuque County: A total of 64 additional people were completely vaccinated, bringing the total to 43,194.