The North Dakota Department of Health Wednesday morning confirmed 177 new cases of COVID-19 in the state during testing on April 13, bringing the total positives since testing began to 105,215.
The number of currently active COVID-19 cases in the state stands at 1,155 as of April 13. That’s up 36 cases from April 12.
The last time active positives were at that level was January 22, when 1,177 active positives were reported.
Active positives peaked on November 13, 2020, at 10,435. They declined to 566 on February 28 but have been steadily rising since then.
Of the new positives:
- 62 were in Cass County
- 30 were in Burleigh County
- 14 were in Grand Forks County
- 12 were in Morton County
- 6 were in Williams County
- 5 were in Stark County
- 3 were in Ward County
One new death was reported:
- Man in his 70s from Golden Valley County
A total of 1,474 people have died so far in North Dakota as a result of COVID-19.
Of those, 1,218 are directly attributable to COVID-19 according to official death records. Another 246 deaths are where COVID-19 is not the primary cause of death. A total of 10 death records are pending.
Recoveries and Active Cases
The health department reports 102,586 people are considered recovered from the 105,215 positive cases, an increase of 130 from April 12.
The number of people reported recovered from COVID-19 on April 13 (130) is lower than the number of new COVID-19 cases reported that day (177).
28 people are currently hospitalized due to COVID-19 as of April 12, an increase of 1 from April 12. A total of 4,020 people have been hospitalized since pandemic record-keeping began in March 2020.
Since tracking began, COVID-19 cases have been reported at one time or another in all 53 of North Dakota’s counties.
Those in the 20 to 29 year age range have the most positive cases among those tested to date.
According to the data, 55 percent of all North Dakotans have been tested for COVID-19.
The health department is releasing test results daily around 11:00 a.m. The results cover all testing performed the previous day.
You can read more on the daily statistics as well as other COVID-19 information and resources at the North Dakota Department of Health website here.