BISMARCK — The North Dakota Department of Health reported 935 new COVID-19 cases and 10 deaths Sunday, Nov. 15, bringing the number of active cases to 11,124.
Cases continue to rise in North Dakota as the state sees a 12.54% daily positivity rate.
Cass, Burleigh and Grand Forks counties reported the highest number of cases in the state. Cass County had an additional 129 cases. Burleigh County, which includes Bismarck, had an increase of 133; and Grand Forks County added 136 Sunday.
Ten deaths were reported Sunday, six men and four women. Nine of the 10 were elderly, ranging in age from 70s to 90s. The youngest was a man in his 50s in Mountrail County. Both Grand Forks County and Stutsman County each had three deaths.
While there are 11,124 active cases as of Sunday, 1,101 individuals have recovered since Saturday, Nov. 14. There are 322 individuals currently hospitalized, which is up 17 from Saturday.
Billings County has the fewest active cases in the state at two, and Burleigh County has the most at 1,669.
A total of 8,049 tests were conducted, in which 1,947 were tested for the first time. There have now been 1, 008,066 tests conducted in the state. Thirty-seven individuals are currently in the ICU and a majority of those hospitalized are in the age range of 60-69.
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