Northwest Iowa — The four northwesternmost Iowa counties have seen a net increase of two cases of COVID-19 in the 24-hour period ending at noon on Wednesday, according to the latest statistics from the Iowa Department of Public Health.

Lyon County actually reported one less case, for a total of 19. Sioux County is up three cases at 153. O’Brien County is unchanged at 21. And Osceola County also reports no additional, cases for a total of 29.

Again, these numbers are raw numbers and do not take into account how many people have recovered.

No deaths from COVID-19 have been reported in these counties.

Total numbers of cases from other counties around the area and their change from the previous report (5/19/2020):

Iowa:
Plymouth 89 unchanged
Cherokee 9 unchanged
Buena Vista 123 up 2
Clay 10 up 1
Dickinson 8 up 1

Minnesota:
Jackson 36 unchanged
Nobles 1396 up 2
Rock 20 unchanged

South Dakota:
Minnehaha 3182 up 17
Lincoln 209 up 4
Union 68 up 6

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