One new COVID-19 case in Marshall County Monday
DES MOINES — Marshall County had one additional case of COVID-19 over the last 24 hours.
As of Monday, Marshall County has 974 cases of COVID-19, according to the Iowa Department of Public Health.
According to the IDPH Marshall County no longer has any outbreaks in a long term care facility. Previously Accura HealthCare of Marshalltown and the Iowa Veterans Home had reported outbreaks.
Marshall County has the seventh-highest Iowa counties with COVID-19 cases. The other counties with higher numbers are Polk with 5,512; Woodbury, 3,068; Black Hawk, 1,896; Buena Vista, 1,667; Linn, 1,097; and Dallas, 1,074.
There was an increase of 156 reported cases of COVID-19 across the state bringing the Iowa’s total number of cases to 26,047.
Over the last day 82 people have recovered. In Iowa 16,129 people have recovered and 608 have recovered in Marshall County.
Overall, 686 Iowans have died from COVID-19 and 18 of those deaths were residents of Marshall County.
Marshall County is one of the top ten counties with the highest number of COVID-19 related deaths. The counties with more deaths are Polk with 167 deaths, Linn, 80; Black Hawk, 56; Muscatine, 43; Woodbury, 42; Tama, 29; Dallas, 29; Wapello, 27; and Dubuque with 22 deaths.
Across the state, 750,160 Test Iowa assessments have been conducted – 2,750 in Marshall County.
The IDPH has reported cases of COVID-19 during the pandemic.
A public hotline has been established for questions about COVID-19 in Iowa. It is available 24/7 by calling 2-1-1 or 1-800-244-7431.