Warren County residents received just 147 doses of the COVID-19 vaccine Tuesday, the lowest number of shots received in the county since April 20, when residents received just 114 shots, according to the Iowa Department of Public Health web site.

The site reports that 15,403 people have received both doses of the two-dose vaccine against the virus, while 755 have received the single dose Johnson and Johnson vaccine. The site also reports that 28,452 shots against the virus have been given in Warren County.

The county’s death toll remained unchanged at 88, the site reported.

The county added seven cases of the virus Tuesday, according to the Warren County Health Services’ zip code specific map of COVID cases.

The map showed that the 50125/Indianola zip code added three cases for a total of 2,207 since the pandemic began, while 50211/Norwalk, 50118/Hartford, 50160/Martensdale and 50241/St. Marys added one case each.

The IDPH site reports that Warren County has had a total of 6,203 cases of the virus since the pandemic began. The positivity rate for the county now sits at 3.8 percent.

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