Marshall, Starke, Pulaski Counties Report More COVID-19 Cases

Henrietta Brewer
August 2, 2020

There were 125 new cases of COVID-19 and three more deaths attributed to the virus, bringing the total of deaths in Marshall County to 24, according to the Iowa Department of Public Health's (IDPH) COVID-19 website.

In total, 3,805 Bureau County residents; 435 Putnam County residents; and 1,442 Marshall County residents have been tested for COVID-19 since the beginning of the pandemic. The total for the county is now 334, with 65 cases that are actively being monitored by the Health Department, 264 that have recovered.

As a public service, Perry Memorial Hospital & Shaw Media have partnered to provide open access to information related to the COVID-19 (Coronavirus) emergency. Two residents died this week from COVID-19: one man in his 60s and another in his 90s.

Today, hospitalizations throughout the state were reported at 9,296 and 1,648 cases were reported hospitalized in North Texas. Marshall County has had 18 confirmed cases.

Lewis County reported five new cases Saturday; two of those people are under age 20, one is in their 30s, another in their 40s and one is in their 80s.

New cases in Eastern Collin County include one in Farmersville, one in Josephine, two in Murphy, three in Princeton and one in Wylie. Putnam County has had eight confirmed cases.

According to the Kansas Department of Health & Environment, there are now 26,870 cases and 349 deaths statewide.

In the USA, more than 4.6 million people have tested positive for the disease and more than 154,319 people had died due to complications from it as of Saturday, according to data from Johns Hopkins University.

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