Coronavirus in Iowa: Updated COVID-19 maps and charts track cases and data in Iowa and across the U.S.
The coronavirus continues to spread across the United States and the rest of the world, and Iowa is not immune.
Iowa Gov. Kim Reynolds announced the first three cases to be discovered in the state on March 8. The next day, five more cases were announced, with cases reported in both the east and west parts of the state. Since then the number of cases and the geographic spread of the virus has grown in Iowa. On March 24, Reynolds announced the first death linked to COVID-19, the respiratory disease caused by the virus.
How many cases of the coronavirus are in Iowa?
As of 10 a.m. Thursday, there are 334,106 positive cases of coronavirus in Iowa.
Where are the cases of the coronavirus in Iowa?
What are the positive test results by county?
How many Iowans have been vaccinated for COVID-19?
The map below shows the number of vaccinations for COVID-19 in each U.S. state. The data may vary slightly from the chart above due to update times and sources.
How many people in Iowa have been hospitalized due to COVID-19?
Track the growth of the Iowa COVID-19 cases
The animated map below shows how the number of cases has grown over time:
This table shows the number of new cases per day in Iowa:
Track the spread of coronavirus in the U.S.
All 50 states have reported cases of coronavirus. California, Texas and Florida have reported the most cases.
What do I need to know about coronavirus?
Get more information from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention at CDC.gov/coronavirus, or call 211, the Iowa Department of Public Heath's hotline, which is available 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
Your subscription makes work like this possible. Subscribe today at DesMoinesRegister.com/Deal