Additional COVID-19 cases in Iowa, deaths confirmed April 11

DES MOINES, Iowa–The Iowa Department of Public Health (IDPH) confirmed 122 additional positive cases for a total of 1,510 positive cases and an additional 1,057 negative tests for a total of 15,622 negative tests to date, which includes testing reported by the State Hygienic Lab and other labs.

The IDPH confirmed an additional three deaths:

  • Crawford County: older adult (61-80 years).
  • Johnson County: elderly adult (81+).
  • Madison County: older adult (61-80 years).

According to the IDPH, the locations and age ranges of the 122 individuals include:

  • Allamakee County: One older adult (61-80 years).
  • Benton County: One middle-age adult (41-60 years).
  • Black Hawk County: Three adults (18-40 years) and three older adults (61-80 years).
  • Bremer County: One elderly adult (81+ years).
  • Buena Vista County: One middle-age adult (41-60 years).
  • Clayton County: One adult (18-40 years).
  • Clinton County: Four middle-age adults (41-60 years).
  • Dallas County: One middle-age adult (41-60 years).
  • Delaware County: One older adult (61-80 years).
  • Henry County: One middle-age adult (41-60 years) and one older adult (61-80 years).
  • Jefferson County: One middle-age adult (41-60 years).
  • Johnson: County, seven adults (18-40 years) and two middle-age adults (41-60 years).
  • Linn County: Two adults (18-40 years), three middle-age adults (41-60 years), four older adults (61-80 years), and one elderly adult (81+ years).
  • Louisa County: Four adults (18-40 years), nine middle-age adults (41-60 years), one older adult (61-80 years).
  • Madison County: One older adult (61-80 years).
  • Marion County: One adult (18-40 years).
  • Marshall County: Seven adults (18-40 years), one middle-age adult (41-60 years).
  • Muscatine County: Eight adults (18-40 years), one middle-age adult (41-60 years), and two older adults (61-80 years).
  • Polk County: Nine adults (18-40 years), two middle-age adults (41-60 years), and five older adults (61-80 years).
  • Scott County: One adult (18-40 years), five middle-age adults (41-60 years), and six older adults (61-80 years).
  • Tama County: Three adults (18-40 years), three middle-age adults (41-60 years), and one older adult (61-80 years).
  • Wapello County: One middle-age adult (41-60 years).
  • Washington County: Two adults (18-40 years), six middle-age adults (41-60 years), one older adult (61-80 years).
  • Woodbury County: Three middle-age adults (41-60 years).

You may view a status report of monitoring and testing of COVID-19 in Iowa, provided by IDPH, here.

 In addition, you may call a public hotline established for Iowans with questions about COVID-19 24/7 at 2-1-1 or 1-800-244-7431. The state of Iowa has started sharing the number of negative tests conducted at outside labs and providing additional information on the conditions of those infected with COVID-19.

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