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Ada County ID confirms 194 cases of coronavirus, 2 deaths Monday



On Monday, the total number of people hospitalized in Idaho since the onset of the coronavirus pandemic exceeded 1,000, and Ada County saw an occasional attack, accounting for over 50 percent of the daily total.

The state announced that 1,006 people have now been hospitalized since the virus reached Idaho. The number of admissions to the ICU is close to 300.

Ada County recorded 194 new cases Monday, bringing the county to a total of 8,600 people who have been confirmed to have the virus, according to the Idaho Department of Health and Welfare. Ada County also reported two new coronavirus deaths, bringing the county death toll to 83.

The rest of the Canyon County case continues to grow, with 90 new cases on Monday, bringing it to its total 5605, according to Southwest County Health.

Owyhee County reported another death, raising its total to three, but reported no new cases.

Across the country, there were 379 confirmed cases added Monday, bringing the total to 25,582. The total number of deaths is 239.

Of the infected people, the Idaho Department of Health and Welfare estimates that 9,341 have been cured. The state also reported 1,575 possible cases Monday.

Other counties that registered newly confirmed cases of coronavirus on Monday were: Latah 4 new (97 total), Clearwater 1 new (16 total), Bannock 16 new (402 total), Bear Lake 1 new (23 total) ), Bingham 12 new (275 total), Caribou 1 less (29 total), Oneida 2 new (12 total), Power 4 new (60 total), Elmore 1 new (204 total), Valley 2 e new (57 total), Boise 2 new (40 total), Gem 1 new (162 total), Payette 9 new (360 total), Washington 5 new (198 total), Bonneville 19 less (882 total) , Clark 1 less (8 total), Fremont 1 new (76 total), Jefferson 2 new (172 total), Madison 5 new (138 total), Teton 1 new (76 total), Kootenai 10 new (1,790 total), Benewah 4 new (58 total), Bonner 2 less (176 total), Shoshone 4 less (96 total), Twin Falls 15 new (1,297 total), Blaine 1 new (562 total) , Cassia 9 new (481 total), Minidoka 1 new (447 total) Jerome 9 new (431 total), Gooding 6 new (152 total), Lincoln 2 new (53 total)

DETAILS

General hospitals: Health and Welfare reports that there have been 1,006 hospitalizations due to coronavirus, 282 ICU admissions and 1,467 healthcare workers who have been infected. Hospital and healthcare numbers are based on cases with investigations completed in contacts, rather than on the full number of positives.

St. Luke’s Health System: As of Aug. 9, the hospital was reporting a 14% 14-day coronavirus test positivity rate, with 60 COVID-19 patients out of 391 overall.

St. Alphonsus Health System: As of Aug. 9, the hospital was reporting a 14-day testing rate of 23.13%, with 45 COVID patients out of a total of 357.

Total testing: At the end of Monday, Health and Welfare reported that 206,830 tests had been completed nationwide. About 12.4% of them were positive for COVID-19.

Countries with confirmed COVID-19 cases: Ada 8,600, Adams 18, Bannock 402, Bear Lake 23, Benewah 58, Bingham 275, Blaine 562, Boise 40, Bonner 176, Bonneville 901, Boundary 37, Camas 1, Canyon 5,605, Caribou 29, Cassia 481, Clark 8, Clearwater 16, Custer 10, Elmore 204, Franklin 45, Fremont 76, Gem 162, Gooding 152, Idaho 31, Jefferson 172, Jerome 431, Kootenai 1,790, Latah 97, Lemhi 24, Lincoln 53, Madison 138, Minidoka 447, Nez Perce 144 , Oneida 12, Owyhee 241, Payette 360, Power 60, Shoshone 96, Teton 76, Twin Falls 1,297, Valley 57 and Washington 198.

Places with community spread: Ada, Bannock, Bear Lake, Benewah, Bingham, Blaine, Boise, Bonner, Bonneville, Boundary, Canyon, Caribou, Cassia, Clark, Clearwater, Custer, Elmore, Fremont, Gem, Gooding, Idaho, Jefferson, Jerome, Kootenai, Latah , Lemhi, Lewis, Lincoln, Madison, Minidoka, Nez Perce, Oneida, Owyhee, Payette, Power, Shoshone, Teton, Twin Falls, Valley and Washington.

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Reporter Ruth Brown covers criminal justice and correctional systems in Idaho. It focuses on breaking news, public safety and social justice. Before coming to Idaho, she was a reporter for the Idaho Press Tribune, Bakersfield California and the Idaho Falls Post Register.




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