Coronavirus (COVID-19) info and news in Calhoun County

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Coronavirus updates, February 28, 2021

Last updated:  9 hours ago
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1,3K

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1,3K

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11

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+459 yesterday
363K

Confirmed cases

Estimated for the end of the day: 375K
488K

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43K

Recovered

+7 yesterday
5,5K

Deaths

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+64 320 yesterday
29,2M

Confirmed cases

Estimated for the end of the day: 29,3M
46,8M

Estimated cases

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+95 025 yesterday
19,6M

Recovered

+1 554 yesterday
525K

Deaths

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+387 764 yesterday
114,4M

Confirmed cases

Estimated for the end of the day: 114,9M
226,6M

Estimated cases

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+379 501 yesterday
90M

Recovered

+8 103 yesterday
2,5M

Deaths

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About this data

Data sources: Johns Hopkins University CSSE reports; state and national government health departments, and local media reports.

Confirmed cases - include presumptive positive cases.

Estimated cases - the unofficial number of infected people.

Active cases = total confirmed - total recovered - total deaths.

Estimated for the end of the day - assumptions about the number of infected people for the end of the current day.

The counties in the Iowa state with the highest number of COVID-19 cases

Region Confirmed cases Deaths Cases/100k pop.
Polk County 58 007 549 13 470
Linn County 20 606 312 9 755
Scott County 18 279 207 11 063
Black Hawk County 16 223 290 12 375
Woodbury County 14 924 211 14 607
Johnson County 13 804 73 10 547
Dubuque County 13 522 194 14 438
Dallas County 11 326 90 17 126
Pottawattamie County 10 762 143 11 552
Story County 10 189 45 11 379
Warren County 5 534 74 11 972
Clinton County 5 424 84 11 043
Cerro Gordo County 5 327 81 12 065
Webster County 5 176 87 13 616
Marshall County 4 955 72 12 190
Sioux County 4 934 69 14 639
Buena Vista County 4 727 36 23 332
Des Moines County 4 570 61 11 333
Muscatine County 4 506 91 10 542
Wapello County 4 314 108 12 109
Jasper County 4 162 66 11 297
Plymouth County 3 942 77 15 834
Lee County 3 747 52 10 448
Marion County 3 584 69 10 760
Jones County 2 943 54 14 260
Henry County 2 930 37 14 545
Carroll County 2 853 48 13 706
Bremer County 2 791 54 11 497
Crawford County 2 734 35 15 992
Boone County 2 591 30 9 849
Washington County 2 537 47 11 689
Benton County 2 520 54 9 664
Mahaska County 2 238 46 10 020
Jackson County 2 211 38 11 140
Dickinson County 2 172 38 13 032
Tama County 2 129 65 11 983
Kossuth County 2 081 54 13 389
O'Brien County 1 934 58 13 432
Clay County 1 931 25 11 586
Hamilton County 1 919 42 12 244
Delaware County 1 886 39 10 617
Winneshiek County 1 884 27 8 948
Buchanan County 1 846 29 8 808
Fayette County 1 843 35 8 827
Page County 1 826 19 11 461
Hardin County 1 808 39 10 311
Wright County 1 795 31 13 569
Harrison County 1 794 69 12 018
Cedar County 1 770 23 9 568
Clayton County 1 680 53 9 267
Butler County 1 658 31 11 152
Mills County 1 628 20 10 811
Floyd County 1 627 40 9 980
Madison County 1 540 18 9 822
Poweshiek County 1 536 30 8 121
Cherokee County 1 535 35 12 715
Hancock County 1 467 29 12 935
Lyon County 1 459 41 12 598
Allamakee County 1 449 46 10 112
Iowa County 1 442 23 8 817
Grundy County 1 388 30 11 146
Appanoose County 1 386 47 10 758
Jefferson County 1 382 32 8 205
Winnebago County 1 377 30 12 673
Cass County 1 333 51 9 551
Mitchell County 1 306 40 12 120
Louisa County 1 283 41 11 267
Union County 1 263 31 10 077
Chickasaw County 1 248 13 10 033
Sac County 1 242 18 12 000
Emmet County 1 209 40 11 736
Shelby County 1 204 33 9 896
Franklin County 1 184 19 11 086
Humboldt County 1 172 25 11 941
Guthrie County 1 162 28 10 608
Palo Alto County 1 049 21 11 135
Montgomery County 1 039 36 9 674
Howard County 1 028 21 10 746
Clarke County 1 003 20 10 801
Keokuk County 978 29 9 305
Monroe County 931 28 11 681
Adair County 919 28 11 963
Ida County 908 32 12 809
Pocahontas County 852 19 11 655
Davis County 825 23 9 425
Monona County 815 27 8 817
Greene County 769 10 8 237
Lucas County 732 21 8 227
Osceola County 703 14 10 879
Worth County 694 7 9 134
Taylor County 663 12 10 495
Fremont County 586 9 7 875
Decatur County 574 9 6 787
Van Buren County 560 18 7 398
Ringgold County 518 20 10 095
Wayne County 487 21 7 606
Audubon County 486 9 7 942
Adams County 326 4 8 091

State by state, county by county, the COVID-19 outbreak is spreading in the U.S. Iowa is among the states that have the highest number of COVID-19 positive people, as of today, its count has reached 363K.

Calhoun County is not the most affected area in Iowa while Linn County and Scott County are the most-infected ones in the state. The risk of infection in the county is average if we talk about its population density that is 17 people per mi2 (6 people per km2) but the situation is still difficult. It is considered that in next week the overall number of coronavirus cases in Calhoun County will rise up to 1,3K cases. The statistics also display the average rate of infection per 100,000 people - it’s 14K, but the virus is still spreading.

The coronavirus disease isn’t consistent across country, some new hot spots appear, others subside. In this situation, we all should stay calm and take care of ourselves and our relatives. You should be aware of protection measures and the symptoms of coronavirus.

How to protect yourself from coronavirus? What are coronavirus symptoms?
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