South Dakota Department of Health Update 07-12-2020:
The South Dakota Department of Health has confirmed (through their COVID-19 website) that there are now 95 cases of COVID-19 in Brookings, and 76 of those individuals have recovered. The COVID-19 webpage is updated daily with new cases of the coronavirus. At this time, Brookings County is in the "substantial" community spread category.
Local, Regional and National COVID-19 Data Update 07-12-2020:
Source: Bonny Specker, Ph. D., South Dakota State University, Division of Research and Economic Development.
Weekly summary: July 10th, 2020
- 12.4 million cases worldwide, with 220,000 new cases/day and increasing.
- Close to 556,000 deaths worldwide, with 4,700 deaths/day which has been fairly steady over the last week.
- 3.2 million cases nationally, with 55,000 new cases/day and increasing.
- 135,000 deaths nationally (117,000 Americans died in World War I). Over the last week there has been an average of 620 deaths/day which has been fairly steady.
- 7,401 total cases in SD, with 423 new cases in the last week. New cases/day is steady and 70% of them are outside of the Sioux Falls area.
- The percentage of cases in the 60+ age group has been increasing; since July 1st 30% of cases are in this age group.
- A total of 726 individuals have been hospitalized with COVID, 39 in the past 7 days.
- There have been 10 deaths this past week for a total of 107 deaths.
- There have been 20 new cases in Brookings County the past week for a total of 90 cases.
- The average number of new cases/day has increased over the last week.
- There have been four hospitalizations and no deaths to date.
Mobility data – this has been updated and includes data through July 4th
- South Dakota: Average non-residential mobility is above baseline (1/3-2/6/20) since the beginning of June and time spent in residences is similar to baseline. The only location below baseline is workplace.
- Brookings County: Average non-residential mobility is still below baseline (1/3-2/6/20) and time spent in residences is slightly above baseline.
Daily Data | COVID-19
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