5 new TestIowa sites announced, 330 new positive COVID-19 cases reported

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The Iowa Department of Public Health reports the latest coronavirus statistics in Iowa in real time. KCCI provides a daily snapshot of this data every day. On Monday, the IDPH reported 330 new positive cases and 4 deaths in the last 24 hours. This brings the total statewide to 21,919 positive cases and 606 deaths. The IDPH reported that 192,950 Iowans were tested for COVID-19, while 12,844 recovered. Positive cases in Iowa continue to show stable or declining numbers as tests have increased in recent weeks. The IDPH reported more than 5,000 test results Sunday.IDPH reported 265 patients currently hospitalized with the virus, while 85 are listed in intensive care and 53 are on ventilators. There were 27 patients admitted in the last 24 hours. The HPI reported approximately 3,690 available hospital beds, with 85 ICU beds available and 755 fans available. Data on hospitalization for the IDPH continue to show stable or declining rates since an apparent peak around May 6. There are outbreaks of COVID-19 in 40 of Iowa’s long-term care facilities. The IDPH reported that 1,556 residents tested positive for the virus, while 794 recovered and 304 died. The Iowa Department of Public Health reports the latest COVID-19 data in real time on this site. KCCI provides a daily snapshot of the previous 24 hours of data each day at 10 a.m.5 NEW TESTIOWA SITES ANNOUNCEDThe Governor’s Office announced Monday that TestIowa will further expand access to COVID-19 tests with new opening sites this week, including one in Dallas County.The Dallas County drive-thru site opens today from noon to 6 p.m., and is located in Waukee at South Middle School 2350 SE LA Grant Parkway. People must do the assessment at testiowa.comand schedule an online appointment to be tested. In addition, four clinical sites will serve Page, Union, Carroll and Crawford counties. Clinic sites are partnerships between the state of Iowa and local health care providers to increase access to testing in their communities. The clinics operate and equip the test sites. The State provides test supplies and processes samples through the State Hygiene Lab.The new clinic sites include:Page County: Clarinda Regional Health Center, 220 Essie Davison Dr., Clarinda, opened June 3 Union County: Greater Regional Health, 801 Wyoming Ave., Creston, Opens Mon, June 8 Carroll County: St. Anthony Regional Hospital, 311 South Clark Street, Carroll, Opens, In: St. Anthony Clinic, 1820 4th Ave S., Denison, opens Wed., June 10Gov. Kim Reynolds is expected to host a news conference on COVID-19 in Iowa Tuesday at 11 a.m.

The Iowa Department of Public Health reports the latest coronavirus statistics in Iowa in real time. KCCI provides a daily snapshot of this data every day.On Monday, the IDPH reported 330 new positive cases and 4 deaths in the last 24 hours.

This brings the total statewide to 21,919 positive cases and 606 deaths.

The IDPH reported that 192,950 Iowans were tested for COVID-19, while 12,844 recovered.

Positive cases in Iowa continue to show stable or declining numbers as tests have increased in recent weeks. The IDPH reported more than 5,000 test results on Sunday.

The IDPH reported 265 patients currently hospitalized with the virus, while 85 are listed in intensive care and 53 are on ventilators. There were 27 patients admitted in the last 24 hours.

The HPI reported approximately 3,690 available hospital beds, with 85 ICU beds available and 755 fans available.

Data on hospitalization for the IDPH continue to show stable or declining rates since an apparent peak around May 6.

There are outbreaks of COVID-19 in 40 of Iowa’s long-term care facilities. The IDPH reported that 1,556 residents tested positive for the virus, while 794 recovered and 304 died.

The Iowa Department of Public Health reports the latest COVID-19 data in real time on this site. KCCI provides a daily snapshot of the previous 24 hours of data per day at 10 a.m.

5 NEW TESTIOWA SITES ANNOUNCED

The governor’s office announced Monday that TestIowa will further expand access to COVID-19 tests with the opening of new sites this week, including one in Dallas County.

The Dallas County Drive-thru site opens today from noon to 6 p.m., and is located in Waukee at South Middle School, 2350 SE LA Grant Parkway. People must do the assessment at testiowa.comand schedule an online appointment to be tested.

In addition, four clinical sites will serve Page, Union, Carroll and Crawford counties. Clinic sites are partnerships between the state of Iowa and local health care providers to increase access to testing in their communities. The clinics operate and equip the test sites. The state provides test supplies and processes samples through the state health laboratory.

New clinic sites include:

  • Page County: Clarinda Regional Health Center, 220 Essie Davison Dr., Clarinda, opened June 3
  • Union County: Greater Regional Health, 801 Wyoming Ave., Creston, Opens Mon., June 8
  • Carroll County: St. Anthony Regional Hospital, 311 South Clark Street, Carroll, opens the wedding., June 10
  • Crawford County: St. Anthony Clinic, 1820 4th Ave S., Denison, opens the wedding., June 10

Gov. Kim Reynolds is scheduled to hold a press conference on COVID-19 in Iowa on Tuesday at 11 a.m.

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