Iowa COVID-19 dashboard update for 7/11/20 – 1 more case in Cass County


July 11th, 2020 by Ric Hanson

The Iowa Department of Public Health today (Saturday) reports six more deaths from COVID-19, for a total of 748, and an increase of 743 positive test results over yesterday (Friday), at 34,499 altogether. The number of hospitalizations from the Coronavirus continue to surge, also. The COVID-19 dashboard, Saturday, showed one more case of the virus in Cass County, bringing the total here to 28. Adair County has one more positive case of COVID-19 for a total of 17. Audubon County’s case increase went from 16 on Friday to 18 by Saturday. Guthrie County increased by three cases to 75. Shelby County had one more positive COVID-19 case as of Saturday, for a total of 120, and Montgomery County had one more positive test result, for a total of 12.

IDPH say nine more people were hospitalized since Friday, for a total of 178, two more people were placed in Intensive Care (56 total), and four more were admitted to a hospital, for a total of 23. There are 25 patients on ventilators, down from 26 the previous day. In southwest/western Iowa, RMCC Region 4, there were two more people hospitalized (for a total of 7), one less person in an ICU (3 total), and three new hospital admissions (compared to 0 in the previous report).


  • 369,503 Iowans have been tested for COVID-19
  • 26,104 have recovered
  • 333,714 have tested negative
  • Long-Term Care facility outbreaks are up to 16 (compared to 15 yesterday); 335 patients/staff at LTC’s have tested positive (an increase of 36); 98 have recovered (11 more than Friday), and 396 persons have died at an LTC in Iowa (4 more than on Friday).

County-by-County COVID-19 cases, and the number of person who have recovered (   ). (Changes from Friday are highlighted)

  • Cass: 28 (19)
  • Adair: 17 (12)
  • Adams: 8 (8)
  • Audubon: 18 (15)
  • Guthrie: 75 (57)
  • Montgomery: 12 (8)
  • Pottawattamie: 821 (661)
  • Shelby: 120 (109)