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Two more Crawford County COVID-19 deaths

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Update: Kim Fineran, Crawford County director of public health, informed the Denison Bulletin and Review that the two most recent COVID deaths in Crawford County were individuals in the 60-80 age group with underlying health conditions.

The state’s website, coronavirus.iowa.com, listed two more COVID-19 deaths in Crawford County on Friday.

The 13th and 14th victims increased the October COVID-19 death toll in the county to eight.

The other 12 county victims of COVID-19:

All had underlying health conditions.

3 were in the 60-69 age group

4 were in the 70-79 age group

5 were in the 80 and over age group


COVID-19 Statistics 

As of 5 p.m., 10-27

Woodbury County

  • 37,610 individuals tested, 1 in 3 of county population
  • 7,268 positive, 19.3% of those tested
  • 2-week positivity rate: 15.4%
  • Recovered: 5,626
  • Deaths: 97
  • Hospitalized: 35

Long-term care outbreaks

  • Holy Spirit Retirement Home: 10 cases; 0 recovered
  • Embassy Rehab and Care Center: 35 cases, 14 recovered
  • Sunrise Retirement Community: 26 cases, 6 recovered
  • Westwood Speciality Care: 4 cases, 1 recovered

Ida County

  • 1,822 individuals tests, 1 in 4 of county population
  • 194 positive, 10.6% of those tested
  • 2-week positivity rate: 7.5%
  • Recovered: 125
  • Deaths: 2
  • Hospitalized: 1

Sac County

  • 3,251 individuals tested, 1 in 3 of county population
  • 400 positive, 12.5% of those tested
  • 2-week positivity rate: 10.1%
  • Recovered: 269
  • Deaths: 4
  • Hospitalized: 0

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Monona County

  • 2,250 individuals tested, 1 in 4 of county population
  • 244 positive, 10.8% of those tested
  • 2-week positivity rate: 7.0%
  • Recovered: 173
  • Deaths: 1
  • Hospitalized: 2

Crawford County

  • 6,024 individuals tested, 1 in 3 of county population
  • 1,362 positive, 22.6% of those tested
  • 2-week positivity rate: 13.6%
  • Recovered: 1,094
  • Deaths: 14
  • Hospitalized: 6

Long-term care outbreaks

  • Denison Care Center: 38 cases, 4 recovered
  • Eventide Lutheran Home: 22 cases, 8 recovered

Carroll County

  • 7,023 individuals tested, 1 in 3 of county population
  • 1,160 positive, 16.5% of those tested
  • 2-week positivity rate: 17.4%
  • Recovered: 698
  • Deaths: 12
  • Hospitalized: 16

Long-term care outbreaks

  • Regency Park Nursing and Rehabilitation Center of Carroll: 12 cases, 0 recovered

Harrison County

  • 3,730 individuals tested, 1 in 4 of county population
  • 668 positive, 17.9% of those tested
  • 2-week positivity rate: 21.1%
  • Recovered: 298
  • Deaths: 15
  • Hospitalized: 5

Long-term care outbreaks

  • Rose Vista Home: 95 cases, 71 recovered
  • Dunlap Specialty Care: 75 cases, 4 recovered
  • Longview Home Inc.: 81 cases, 19 recovered

Shelby County

  • 2,924 individuals tested, 1 in 4 of county population
  • 374 positive, 12.8% of those tested
  • 2-week positivity rate: 9.7%
  • Recovered: 333
  • Deaths: 2
  • Hospitalized: 4

Audubon County

  • 1,453 individuals tested, 1 in 4 of county population
  • 149 positive, 10.3% of those tested
  • 2-week positivity rate: 7.6%
  • Recovered: 89
  • Deaths: 1
  • Hospitalized: 0

Regional Medical Coordination Center 4

(Adams, Audubon, Cass, Crawford, Fremont, Harrison, Montgomery, Page, Pottawattamie and Shelby counties)

  • Hospitalized: 39
  • Patients in ICU: 13
  • Patients admitted last 24 hours: 5
  • Inpatient beds available: 175
  • ICU beds available: 17
  • Ventilators available: 55
  • Patients on ventilators: 1

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