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June 23 COVID-19 update: 102 new cases, 2 deaths in Douglas County

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Published: Jun. 22, 2020 at 10:44 AM CDT
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Here is a summary of new cases and other COVID-19 stats reported Tuesday by health officials across Nebraska & Iowa.

Nebraska

As of 6 p.m. Tuesday, here are the most up-to-date numbers for Nebraska:

Total cases:18,092, up 135 from June 22.

Total deaths: 256, up seven from June 22.

Hospitalizations: 125, nearly half of the record 232 set on May 27.

40 percent hospital bed availability.

46 percent ICU bed availability.

79 percent ventilator availability.

6,577 cases in Douglas County, up 102 since June 22.

82 deaths in Douglas County, up two since June 22.

1,744 cases in Dakota County, up three since June 22.

1,634 in Lancaster County, up 17 since June 22.

1,574 in Hall county, up one since June 22.

Iowa

Total cases: 26,397, up 279 since June 22.

Total deaths: 689, up three since June 22.

Hospitalizations: 140

Patients in the ICU: 43

Total recoveries:16,710

Douglas County reports 102 cases, 2 deaths

The Douglas County Health Department reported 102 new cases of COVID-19 Tuesday as well as 2 additional deaths.

The 2 deaths are reported to be women in their 60s. The total number of deaths in the county is at 82.

The total number of cases in the county has reached 6,577.

DCHD has confirmed 2,579 recoveries.

Pottawattamie reports 6 cases

Pottawattamie County Public Health reported six new COVID-19 cases on Tuesday, bringing the community's total to 689 since the pandemic began.

Of the six, one is from Crescent, one is from Avoca and four are from Council Bluffs.

The individuals were tested between June 18 and June 22. One is between age 18 to 40, two are 41 to 60, and three are 61 to 80 years old.

As of Tuesday, a total of 7,879 Pottawattamie County residents have been tested for the coronavirus with a positivity rate of 8 percent.

Of the current cases, 213 are self-isolating, six are hospitalized and 445 have recovered.

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