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July 5: Iowa has fully vaccinated over 1.5 million people

Iowa Coronavirus

(KWWL) — There were 18 new, confirmed cases from 3 p.m. Sunday to 3 p.m. Monday, according to the state’s dashboard, bringing the state’s total number of cases to 374,198.

The state’s website says that of the 374,198 people who have tested positive, 366,375 have recovered. This is 50 more recoveries than what the state reported Sunday.

The state is reporting no new deaths from COVID-19, with a death toll of 6,146.

Subtracting the number of recoveries (366,375) and the number of deaths (6,146) from the total number of cases (374,198) shows there are currently 1,677 active positive cases in the state.

As of Monday afternoon, there are 13 patients hospitalized in Iowa within the last 24 hours and the total number of hospitalizations is 78 (up from 72 yesterday). Of those, 22 are in the ICU (up from 19), and 13 are on ventilators (up from 10 yesterday).

As of Monday afternoon, according to the state’s COVID-19 vaccine dashboard, 2,862,046 total doses have been administered to Iowa residents and 1,501,635 individuals have completed the series. This is 764 more completed vaccinations than Noon on Sunday.

Black Hawk County: 43 more residents have been fully vaccinated for a total of 60,968.

Linn County: 67 more residents have been fully vaccinated for a total of 117,885.

Johnson County: 96 more residents have been fully vaccinated for a total of 87,213.

Dubuque County: 11 more residents have been fully vaccinated for a total of 50,266.

You can view the dashboard for more vaccine data. You can find more vaccine information and stories here.

View COVID-19 numbers from Sunday here.

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Andrew Pearce

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