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817 new COVID 19 cases in ND, up 63 from last week



Bismarck, North Dakota – According to the most recent weekly data from the North Dakota Department of Health provided on Friday, there are now more COVID-19 cases in North Dakota than there were the week before.

There were 817 new cases for the week of January 27 to February 2, 2023, an increase of 63 cases over the previous week.

In North Dakota, there have been a total of 283,780 COVID-19 cases reported since the health agency started keeping track of the statistics in March 2020.

The most recent health department data published online shows that COVID was the primary cause of death in 305 deaths that occurred in 2022. There are no current 2023 numbers available.

The week of January 14–20, 2022, saw the greatest COVID case count ever with 15,857 instances being reported.

A total of 53 COVID-19-related hospital admissions were made in North Dakota this week, 3 fewer than the previous week.

During the past week, COVID patients occupied a total of 4, an increase of 2 from the week before.

42 inpatient beds were used by COVID patients during the week, an increase of 4 from the previous week.

The following counties will report new COVID-19 cases during the week of January 27–February 2, 2023:

• Cass County: 183
• Burleigh County: 90
• Grand Forks County: 79
• Ward County: 72
• Rolette County: 49
• Stark County: 43
• Williams County: 29
• Morton County: 22

The time period used by the health department to collect its weekly COVID data is from the previous Friday to the present Thursday. The information is then released each week on Fridays.