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Monday June 29 COVID-19 update: 1 death, 63 new cases in Douglas County

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Published: Jun. 22, 2020 at 10:52 AM CDT
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Here is a summary of new cases and other COVID-19 stats reported Monday by health officials across Nebraska & Iowa.

Nebraska

According to the COVID-19 dashboard website for Nebraska, here are the numbers as of 6 p.m. Monday:

Total cases: 19,042, up 143 from June 28.

Total deaths: 269, up two from June 28.

Total hospitalizations: 121.

Hospital bed availability: 42 percent.

ICU bed availability: 48 percent.

Ventilator availability: 80 percent.

Cases in Douglas County: 7,156, up 63 from June 28.

Deaths in Douglas County: 87, up one from June 28.

Iowa

According to the COVID-19 dashboard website for Iowa, here are the numbers as of 6 p.m. Monday:

Total cases: 28,816, up 337 from June 28.

Total deaths: 708, up three from June 28.

Total hospitalizations: 119.

Total patients in the ICU: 35.

New hospital admissions: 19.

Total recoveries: 17,966.

17 new cases in Pott. County Saturday-Monday

The Pottawattamie Public Health Department has confirmed 7 new cases Saturday, 7 new cases Sunday, and 3 new cases Monday.

The Pott. County total case count has reached 741.

1 death, 63 new cases in Douglas County

The Douglas County Health Department has reported 63 new cases of COVID-19 and one additional death.

The individual who passed was a man over 70. The total number of deaths is now at 87.

The total number of cases in the county is 7,156.

As of Monday, there were 301 medical beds available at a 77 percent occupancy rate. There are 96 patients hospitalized with COVID-19. Of the 362 ventilators, 114 were in use, 23 of which by coronavirus patients.

Three Rivers Public Health Department

The Three Rivers Public Health Department reported a total of 810 cases in their area as of Monday afternoon.

An update from the department stated there are 683 cases in Dodge County, 77 cases in Saunders County, and 50 cases in Washington County.

As of Monday morning, hospitals in their area reported 301 medical beds were available and 96 patients were hospitalized with COVID-19. Of 362 ventilators available, 114 were in use, including 21 for COVID-19 patients.

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