COVID-19 Updates

Monday, November 30 COVID-19 report: 24 new cases

Nodaway County Health Department Administrator, Tom Patterson, announces 24 individuals residing in Nodaway County, have tested positive for the novel coronavirus (COVID-19).  1779 confirmed cases; 258 probable cases  238 active cases  1786 released from isolation  110 total hospitalizations  12 current hospitalizations  13 deaths The affected individuals include:  1

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Sunday, November 29 COVID-19 report: seven new cases

Nodaway County Health Department Administrator, Tom Patterson, announces 7 individuals residing in Nodaway County have tested positive for the novel coronavirus (COVID-19). 1770 confirmed cases; 243 probable cases 236 active cases 1764 released from isolation 106 total hospitalizations 11 current hospitalizations 13 deaths The affected individuals include: 1 male between 20-29 years of age 1

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Saturday, November 28 COVID-19 report: 17 new cases

Nodaway County Health Department Administrator, Tom Patterson, announces 17 individuals residing in Nodaway County have tested positive for the novel coronavirus (COVID-19).  1764 confirmed cases; 242 probable cases  250 active cases  1743 released from isolation  104 total hospitalizations  10 current hospitalizations  13 deaths The affected individuals include:  3

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Geography with Goudge

“This week’s Covid-19 map, based on the Johns Hopkins (CSSE) data displays the number of cases in each state divided by the population (cases per capita). The fall surge of new Covid-19 cases shows no signs of letting up.  The Midwest and Mountain states continue to carry the burden of most Covid-19 cases per capita.

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Friday, November 27 COVID-19 report: 26 new cases

Nodaway County Health Department Administrator, Tom Patterson, announces 26 individuals residing in Nodaway County, have tested positive for the novel coronavirus (COVID-19).  1750 confirmed cases; 239 probable cases  254 active cases  1722 released from isolation  101 total hospitalizations  9 current hospitalizations  13 deaths The affected individuals include:  1

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Wednesday, November 25 COVID-19 report: 10 new cases; 13th death

Nodaway County Health Department Administrator, Tom Patterson, announces 10 Nodaway County residents have tested positive for the novel coronavirus (COVID-19). The thirteenth death of a Nodaway County resident with COVID-19 was reported; the individual was a female between 50-59 years of age.  1723 confirmed cases; 224 probable cases  270 active cases  1665

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Tuesday, November 24 COVID-19 report: 28 new cases

Nodaway County Health Department Administrator, Tom Patterson, announces 28 individuals residing in Nodaway County have tested positive for the novel coronavirus (COVID-19).  1714 confirmed cases; 223 probable cases  294 active cases  1631 released from isolation  97 total hospitalizations  11 current hospitalizations  12 deaths The affected individuals include:  1

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Thursday, November 26 COVID-19 report: 16 new cases

Nodaway County Health Department Administrator, Tom Patterson, announces 16 individuals residing in Nodaway County, have tested positive for the novel coronavirus (COVID-19).  1738 confirmed cases; 225 probable cases  252 active cases  1698 released from isolation  99 total hospitalizations  11 current hospitalizations  13 deaths The affected individuals include:  1

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Monday, November 23 COVID-19 report: 21 new cases, 12th death

Nodaway County Health Department Administrator, Tom Patterson, announces 21 individuals residing in Nodaway County have tested positive for the novel coronavirus (COVID-19). The twelfth death of a Nodaway County resident with COVID-19 was reported; the individual was a male between 60-69 years of age.  1689 confirmed cases; 220 probable cases  286 active cases

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Maryville council mirrors state COVID-19 protocol

The Maryville City Council studied the state-issued executive order issued with their new Emergency Order #7 during the November 23 meeting. After a 45-minute COVID-19 workshop where Mosaic Medical Center – Maryville President Nate Blackford spoke virtually to the council, the new order, which is expected to be enacted November 24 speaks to several new

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