The 50125 zip code, including Indianola, added 20 cases Tuesday even as Warren County Public Health reported that the county had a total of 32 new cases.

The 50211 zip code, including Norwalk, reported six additional cases. The 50047 zip code, including Carlisle, added two cases while 50166/Milo, 50225/Pleasantville, 50320/Des Moines and 50160/Martensdale added one each.

The 50125 zip code has recorded 1,614 cases of the virus since the pandemic began, followed by the 50211 zip code with a total of 1,225 cases.

The Iowa Department of Public Health reported Tuesday that the county has had a total of 4,181 cases since the pandemic started. Another 3,367 people have recovered from the virus.

The number of people who have received a vaccination will be reported on Monday, Wednesday and Fridays.

The number of people testing positive jumped to 74.9 people per 100,000 Sunday, according to the Harvard Global health Institute, which reported that the county was averaging 38.6 new cases of the virus over a rolling seven-day period.

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js

The Tuesday Covid update stated "The number of people testing positive per 100,000 people jumped to 74.9 percent Sunday, according to the Harvard Global health Institute..." That sounds like 3/4 of the entire population has tested positive. Is that statement accurate, or am I not understanding the meaning correctly?

Amy Staff
Amy

The story has now been updated to reflect that the correct statement is that 74.9 people out of 100,000 are testing positive for the virus.

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