4th COVID-19 death confirmed; 225 total cases

4/6/2020 PM: 4 deaths are now attributed to COVID-19 in North Dakota while Monday was also the single-largest daily incease in new cases, rising to 225. 74 have recovered.

4/6/2020: There were 18 new cases of COVID-19 confirmed in North Dakota Monday. The total rises to 225 positive cases with 3 deaths, 32 hospitalized, and 74 recovered.

POSITIVE TEST RESULTS
• Woman in her 20s from Burleigh County, community spread
• Woman in her 30s from Cass County, close contact
• Man in his 30s from Cass County, close contact
• Man in his 20s from Cass County, community spread
• Woman in her 20s from Cass County, close contact
• Woman in her 60s from Cass County, close contact
• Woman in her 20s from Cass County, close contact
• Man in his 30s from Cass County, community spread
• Man in his 60s from Cass County, close contact
• Man in his 40s from Cass County, under investigation
• Man in his 70s from Cass County, under investigation
• Woman in her 70s from Cass County, under investigation
• Woman in her 50s from Morton County, close contact
• Woman in her 60s from Slope County, community spread
• Woman in her 70s from Walsh County, confirmed travel
• Man in his 70s from Walsh County, possible travel
• Woman in her 30s from Ward County, community spread
• Woman in her 40s from Ward County, under investigation


4/5/2020: The number of positive North Dakota COVID-19 cases has exceeded 200. There are now 207 total cases with 3 deaths, 31 hospitalized, and 63 recovered. 6787 have been tested in total.

POSITIVE TEST RESULTS
• Woman in her 50s from Burleigh County, under investigation
• Man in his 50s from Burleigh County, under investigation
• Woman in her 60s from Burleigh County, possible travel
• Man in his 50s from Cass County, close contact
• Man in his 20s from Cass County, close contact
• Man in his 20s from Cass County, community spread
• Woman in her 30s from Cass County, community spread
• Man in his 60s from Cass County, community spread
• Woman in her 30s from Cass County, close contact
• Man in his 70s from Emmons County, community spread
• Male age 10-19 from Grand Forks County, community spread
• Woman in her 20s from McKenzie County, close contact
• Woman in her 30s from Mountrail County, under investigation
• Man in his 50s from Mountrail County, close contact
• Woman in her 20s from Mountrail County, close contact
• Woman in her 20s from Mountrail County, close contact
• Woman in her 60s from Mountrail County, close contact
• Man in his 30s from Mountrail County, community spread
• Man in his 60s from Stark County, under investigation
• Man in his 60s from Stark County, under investigation
• Male age 0-9 from Stark County, close contact


UPDATE (4/4/2020): There are now 186 positive COVID-19 cases in North Dakota with 3 deaths, 30 hospitalized, and 63 recovered. 6207 have been tested in total.


UPDATE (4/3/2020): In the first full-day update since the Department of Health switched to once daily reporting, there were 14 new cases of COVID-19 confirmed. There are now 173 positive cases in North Dakota with 3 deaths, 29 hospitalized, and 55 recovered.

POSITIVE TEST RESULTS

Woman in her 50s from Cass County, under investigation
Woman in her 20s from Cass County, community spread
Women in her 60s from Grand Forks County, possible travel
Woman in 40s from Cass County, community spread
Woman in her 70s from Stark County, close contact
Man in his 60s from Slope County, community spread
Man in his 40s from Mountrail County, under investigation
Woman in her 30s from Ward County, travel
Man in his 40s from Eddy County, travel
Man in his 50s from Williams County, close contact
Female age 10-19 from Mountrail County, close contact
Female in her 30s from Mountrail County, community spread
Female in her 20s from Morton County, close contact
Female in her 70s from Morton County, under investigation


UPDATE (4/2/2020): There are now 159 positive COVID-19 cases in North Dakota with 3 deaths, 28 hospitalized, and 43 recovered. 4,980 have been tested in total.


UPDATE (4/1/2020 PM): With 21 additional cases today, the number of confirmed North Dakota COVID-19 cases has risen to 147 with 3 deaths, 26 total hospitalized, and 39 recovered.

A.M. POSITIVE TEST RESULTS | March 31 at 3 p.m. – April 1 at 9 a.m.

· Woman in her 60s from Ward County, under investigation

· Man in his 50s from Ward County, under investigation

· Man in his 50s from Ward County, under investigation

· Man in his 70s from Stark County, community spread

· Man in his 60s from Stark County, community spread

· Man in his 60s from Grand Forks County, travel

· Woman in her 40s from Burke County, under investigation

· Female age 10-19 from Burke County, under investigation

· Man in his 20s from Burleigh County, under investigation

· Woman in her 20s from Burleigh County, under investigation

· Man in his 40s from Grand Forks County, travel

· Woman in her 40s from Mountrail County, under investigation

· Woman in her 70s from Rolette County*, under investigation *after investigation it was determined this individual was from Cass County

· Woman in her 40s from Cass County, under investigation

· Woman in her 30s from Cass County, close contact

· Male age 10-19 from Cass County, under investigation

P.M. POSITIVE TEST RESULTS | April 1 at 9 a.m. – 3 p.m.

· Woman in her 30s from Cass County, under investigation

· Male age 10-19 from Cass County, under investigation

· Man in his 40s from Stark County, close contact

· Female age 0-9 from Stark County, close contact

· Woman in her 30s from McKenzie County, under investigation


UPDATE (4/1/2020 AM): There were 16 new cases of COVID-19 confirmed in North Dakota this morning. The total now sits at 142 positive cases with 3 deaths, 23 hospitalized, and 34 recovered.


UPDATE (3/31/2020 PM): There were 17 new cases of COVID-19 confirmed in North Dakota today - the second-highest single day so far. The total now sits at 126 positive cases with 3 deaths, 21 hospitalized, and 30 recovered. 4,257 have been tested in total.

A.M. POSITIVE TEST RESULTS | March 30 at 3 p.m. - March 31 at 9 a.m.

· Man in his 40s from Williams County, community spread

· Man in his 40s from Williams County, under investigation

· Woman in her 50s from Cass County, community spread

· Man in his 50s from Mountrail County, community spread

· Woman in her 50s from Grant County, community spread

· Woman in her 30s from Cass County, close contact

· Woman in her 30s from Cass County, close contact

· Woman in her 20s from Cass County, under investigation

· Woman in her 20s from Cass County, under investigation

· Woman in her 20s from Cass County, under investigation
After the investigation, it was determined this individual is from out of state.

· Man in his 20s from Cass County, under investigation

· Man in his 60s from Cass County, under investigation

· Woman in her 30s from Cass County, close contact

P.M. POSITIVE TEST RESULTS | March 31 at 9 a.m. - 3 p.m.

· Man in his 40s from McKenzie County, under investigation

· Man in his 50s from Burleigh County, under investigation

· Woman in her 20s from Stark County, close contact

· Man in his 30s from Williams County, under investigation

· Male age 10-19 from Grand Forks County, community spread


UPDATE (3/31/2020 AM): There are now 122 positive COVID-19 cases in North Dakota with 3 deaths, 20 hospitalized, and 25 recovered.


UPDATE (3/30/2020 PM): With 11 additional cases and 2 deaths today, the number of confirmed North Dakota COVID-19 cases has risen to 109 with 3 deaths, 19 total hospitalized, and 20 recovered.

A.M. POSITIVE TEST RESULTS | March 29 at 3 p.m. - March 30 at 9 a.m.

· Man in his 30s from Burleigh County, under investigation

· Man in his 50s from Mountrail County, under investigation

· Woman in her 30s from Mountrail County, under investigation

· Woman in her 40s from Ward County, under investigation

· Woman in her 30s from Ward County, under investigation

· Woman in her 30s from Grand Forks County, under investigation

· Man in his 30s from Grand Forks County, under investigation

· Woman in her 20s from Cass County, under investigation After the investigation, it was determined this individual is from MN.

· Woman in her 20s from Cass County, under investigation

· Man in his 30s from Cass County, travel

· Woman in her 20s from Cass County, travel

P.M. POSITIVE TEST RESULTS | March 30 at 9 a.m. - 3 p.m.

· Man in his 30s from Stark County, possible travel

Categories: Travel, Possible Travel, Community Spread, Close Contact, Under Investigation

DEATHS RELATED TO COVID-19

· Woman in her 80s from McHenry County with underlying health conditions who acquired COVID-19 through community spread.

· Man in his 70s from Morton County with underlying health conditions who acquired COVID-19 through community spread.


UPDATE (03/30/2020 AM): With 11 new cases today, including the state's second death, the number of confirmed COVID-19 cases in North Dakota is now at 109 positive cases; 19 total hospitalized and 19 recovered.


UPDATE (03/29/2020 3:36 PM): There were no new positive COVID-19 cases since this morning's update, which had 4. The number of confirmed COVID-19 cases in North Dakota remains at 98 with 1 death, 17 total hospitalized, and 18 recovered.


UPDATE (03/29/2020 9:06 AM): The number of confirmed COVID-19 cases in North Dakota has risen to 98 with 1 death, 17 total hospitalized, and 18 recovered.


UPDATE (03/28/2020 4:00 PM): The number of confirmed COVID-19 cases in North Dakota has risen to 94 with 16 total hospitalized. It is the largest single day increase of new confirmed COVID-19 cases in North Dakota to date.



(03/28/2020 10:00 AM): The number of confirmed COVID-19 cases in North Dakota has risen to 83 with 16 total hospitalized. It is the largest single day increase of new confirmed COVID-19 cases in North Dakota to date.

March 27 at 3 p.m. - March 28 at 9 a.m.
· Woman in her 40s from Mountrail County, under investigation
· Man in his 30s from Cass County, community spread
· Man in his 60s from Sioux County, community spread
· Man in his 30s from Stark County, under investigation
· Man in his 40s from Morton County, under investigation
· Man in his 30s from Stark County, close contact
· Man in his 30s from Burleigh County, under investigation
· Man in his 40s from Burleigh County, under investigation
· Man in his 60s from Barnes County, under investigation
· Woman in her 50s from Barnes County, under investigation
· Woman in her 60s from Cass County, under investigation
· Woman in her 20s from Cass County, under investigation
· Woman in her 50s from Cass County, travel
· Man in his 40s from Cass County, under investigation
· Woman in her 20s from Cass County, under investigation



UPDATE (03/27/2020 4:00 PM): The number of confirmed COVID-19 cases in North Dakota has risen to 68 with 1 death and 12 total hospitalized.


UPDATE (3/27/2020 11:15am): The first North Dakota death related to COVID-19 has been reported. Click here for details.


UPDATE (3/27 9:15 pm): The number of confirmed COVID-19 cases in North Dakota has risen to 65 with 7 additional cases. There are now 13 total hospitalized.


UPDATE (3/26 3:54 pm): The number of confirmed COVID-19 cases in North Dakota has risen to 58 with 6 additional cases since Thursday morning. There are now 11 total hospitalized.


UPDATE (3/26/2020 9:00 am) - The number of positive COVID-19 cases has risen to 52.


UPDATE (4:10 p.m.): According to the North Dakota Department of Health, the total number of positive cases of COVID-19 in the state is now 45.

A.M. POSITIVE TEST RESULTS | March 24 at 3 p.m. - March 25 at 9 a.m.

· Man in his 50s from Foster County, under investigation

· Man in his 60s from Ramsey County, under investigation

· Man in his 30s from Morton County, under investigation

P.M. POSITIVE TEST RESULTS | March 25 from 9 a.m. - 3 p.m.

· Man in his 50s from Cass County, under investigation

· Man in his 50s from Cass County, possible travel

· Woman in her 50s from Cass County, under investigation

· Woman in her 70s from Ramsey County, community spread

· Woman in her 30s from Stark County, community spread

· Woman in her 60s from Stark County, community spread

Categories: Travel, Possible Travel, Community Spread, Close Contact, Under Investigation

BY THE NUMBERS

1955 - Total Tested (+353 individuals from yesterday)

1910 – Negative (+344 individuals from yesterday)

45 – Positive (+9 individuals new from yesterday)

8 – Hospitalized (+1 individual new from yesterday)


UPDATE (3/25/2020 9:00 am): Three new cases reported this morning, including 1 more hospitalized. Total positive cases now at 39.


UPDATE (3/24/2020 4:02pm): Governor Burgum reported four new cases of the COVID-19 virus to a total of 36. 7 are currently hospitalized.


UPDATE (3/24/2020 10:24am): One new case reported Tuesday morning. Total now at 34, including new positive case in Dunn County. 5 are currently hospitalized as of this update.


UPDATE (3/23/2020 4:08 p.m.): During a press conference Monday afternoon, Gov. Doug Burgum said there are three additional positive cases of COVID-19 in N.D.


UPDATE (3/23/2020 10:17 a.m.) - No new cases have been reported with this morning's update.


Gov. Doug Burgum announced at a press conference Sunday that the number of ND COVID-19 cases increases to 2 additional cases Sunday. The total number of cases is 30 in North Dakota.

A woman in her 30's in Burleigh County from travel and a man in his 40's in Pierce County with known contact with a confirmed COVID-19 patient.

BY THE NUMBERS:

1355 – Total Tested (+173 individuals from yesterday)
1325 – Negative (+171 individuals from yesterday)
30 – Positive (+2 individual from yesterday)
4 – Hospitalized (+1 individual from yesterday)

Individuals who think they may have COVID-19 but have minor symptoms should self-isolate at home. Individuals seeking medical attention should call before they go in. Symptoms of COVID-19 in people who have been exposed can include fever, cough and shortness of breath.

The symptoms may appear in as few as two days or as long as 14 days after exposure. Reported illnesses have ranged from people with little to no symptoms to people being severely ill and dying.

For the most updated and timely information and updates related to COVID-19, visit the NDDoH website at www.health.nd.gov/coronavirus , follow them on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram and visit the CDC website at www.cdc.gov/coronavirus.