Local Covid-19 counts for March 18, 2021

As of March 18, 2021, 9 a.m.

Benton County

  • Total positive tests – 2,603 (+3)
  • Total tests – 33,480 (+95)
  • Positive tests per 100,000 population – 10,151 (+11)
  • % Individuals positive – 7.77 percent
  • Positive tests (past 14 days) – 3.1 percent
  • Past 14-day average – 3.1 percent
  • Individuals positive (past 7 days) – 1.7 percent
  • Reported deaths – 54 (no change)
  • Recovered – 2,266 (+3)
  • Active cases – 283 (no change)
  • One-day % individuals positive – 3.15 percent
  • Vaccine series doses initiated by residence: 2,571 (-301)
  • Percent of population with first dose: 10.02 percent
  • Vaccine two-dose series completed by residence: 3,460 (+393)
  • Percent of population with second dose: 13.49 percent
  • Completing single dose vaccination: 221 (+25)

Iowa County

  • Total positive tests – 1,486 (+1)
  • Total tests – 26,775 (+64)
  • Positive tests per 100,000 population – 9,206 (+6)
  • % Individuals positive – 5.55 percent
  • Positive tests (past 14 days) – 2.6 percent
  • Past 14-day average – 2.6 percent
  • Past 7-day average – 2.5 percent
  • Reported deaths – 23 (no change)
  • Recovered – 1,343 (+4)
  • Active cases – 120 (-3)
  • One-day % individuals positive – 1.56 percent

Tama County

  • Total positive tests – 2,162 (+1)
  • Total tests – 29,715 (+65)
  • Positive tests per 100,000 population – 12,790 (+6)
  • % individuals positive – 7.27 percent
  • Positive tests (past 14 days) – 1.4 percent
  • Past 14-day average – 1.4 percent
  • Past 7-day average – 1.3 percent
  • Reported deaths – 68 (no change)
  • Recovered – 1,912 (+1)
  • Active cases – 182 (no change)
  • One-day % individuals positive – 1.53 percent

Poweshiek County

  • Total positive tests – 1,574 (+2)
  • Total tests – 36,831 (+40)
  • Positive tests per 100,000 population – 8,418 (+11)
  • % individuals positive – 4.27 percent
  • Positive tests (past 14 days) – 2.0 percent
  • Past 14-day average – 2.0 percent
  • Past 7-day average – 3.1 percent
  • Reported deaths – 31 (no change)
  • Recovered – 1,432 (+1)
  • Active cases – 111 (+1)
  • One-day % individuals positive – 5 percent

Linn County

  • Total positive tests – 20,922 (+24)
  • Total tests – 260,971 (+572)
  • Positive tests per 100,000 population – 9,261 (+10)
  • % individuals positive – 8.01 percent
  • Positive tests (past 14 days) – 2.3 percent
  • Past 14-day average – 2.3 percent
  • Past 7-day average – 2.6 percent
  • Reported deaths – 320 (no change)
  • Recovered – 18,877 (+26)
  • Active cases – 1,725 (-2)
  • One-day % individuals positive – 4.19 percent

STATE OF IOWA

  • Total positive tests – 372,219 (+426)
  • Total tests – 4,288,486 (+13,632)
  • Positive tests per 100,000 population – 11,797 (+13)
  • % individuals positive – 8.67 percent
  • Positive tests (past 14 days) – 3.9 percent
  • Past 14-day average – 3.9 percent
  • Past 7-day average – 3.9 percent
  • Reported deaths – 5,666 (+9)
  • Recovered – 326,520 (+581)
  • Active cases – 40,033 (-164)
  • One-day % individuals positive – 3.12 percent
  • Hospitalization (Primary Diagnosis) – 110 (+11)
  • Hospitalization (Secondary Diagnosis) – 61 (-1)
  • First dose of vaccine: 320,965 (+3,649)
  • Percent of population with first dose: 10.17 percent
  • Second dose of vaccine (completed): 394,555 (+10,995)
  • Percent of population with second dose: 12.51 percent
  • Individuals completing single-dose vaccination: 30,475 (+723)
  • Percent of population with single dose: 0.97 percent
  • Total vaccine series completed: 425,030 (+11,818)
  • Percent total vaccine series completed: 13.47 percent

https://coronavirus.iowa.gov/

Vaccine Administration Data

Hot spots in Iowa – Mayo Clinic

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