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Coronavirus updates, September 23, 2020

Last updated:  16 hours ago
+2 yesterday
37

Confirmed cases

89

Estimated cases

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0 yesterday
1

Deaths

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+446 yesterday
38K

Confirmed cases

Estimated for the end of the day: 39K
40K

Estimated cases

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+253 yesterday
17K

Recovered

+4 yesterday
451

Deaths

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+35 696 yesterday
7,1M

Confirmed cases

Estimated for the end of the day: 7,1M
18,4M

Estimated cases

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+46 585 yesterday
4,4M

Recovered

+969 yesterday
206K

Deaths

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+276 575 yesterday
31,9M

Confirmed cases

Estimated for the end of the day: 31,9M
87,2M

Estimated cases

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+284 290 yesterday
23,5M

Recovered

+5 714 yesterday
977K

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 Idaho state with the highest number of COVID-19 cases

Region Confirmed cases Deaths Cases/100k pop.
Ada County 12 455 146 3 174
Canyon County 7 973 100 4 220
Kootenai County 2 517 35 1 817
Bonneville County 2 505 16 2 403
Twin Falls County 2 090 35 2 706
Bannock County 922 4 1 113
Payette County 839 7 3 709
Bingham County 822 10 1 802
Jerome County 733 7 3 276
Cassia County 650 5 2 832
Blaine County 641 6 2 999
Minidoka County 637 7 3 174
Madison County 547 1 1 457
Jefferson County 504 1 1 928
Nez Perce County 413 24 1 052
Washington County 342 5 3 354
Latah County 335 0 899
Elmore County 326 3 1 206
Owyhee County 324 5 2 811
Bonner County 302 0 739
Gem County 291 2 1 741
Gooding County 265 1 1 714
Shoshone County 214 18 1 676
Power County 210 1 2 686
Idaho County 184 0 1 131
Fremont County 171 3 1 291
Teton County 146 0 1 436
Benewah County 137 3 1 475
Caribou County 97 0 1 393
Franklin County 97 0 759
Valley County 87 1 882
Lincoln County 87 0 1 671
Lemhi County 79 0 995
Boise County 67 1 953
Custer County 59 1 1 351
Boundary County 56 1 510
Clearwater County 38 0 434
Clark County 32 0 3 259
Adams County 28 1 704
Butte County 27 0 934
Oneida County 23 0 537
Camas County 21 0 1 880
Lewis County 14 0 366

Many countries have identified cases of the new infection including the United States. Coronavirus keeps all people on alert in Saint Charles and today, the invisible enemy still covers the territory of Bear Lake County. Its population density is informed to be 5 people per mi2 (2 people per km2) so the risk of infection is below average. As for the state, the Idaho officials reported about 38K confirmed cases, an increase of 446 cases from yesterday.

Ada County and Canyon County counties are still the most-infected counties in the state.

These figures don’t give the whole picture because many cases — including mild or asymptomatic infections — have not been diagnosed. Our key thing is to stay home and take care of ourselves. You should not forget about protection measures and the symptoms of coronavirus.

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