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Rolling 14-day average percentage of positive COVID-19 cases by county.

 

 

Beginning today, the state is releasing the rolling 14-day percentage of individuals positive for coronavirus in Iowa counties. School districts may request to go to 100% online learning for two weeks if their counties have a 15% positive COVID-19 rate in a two-week period and 10% of students are absent. Districts in counties with 20% and above may also request temporarily closing buildings or the whole district.

In Jackson County, the average was 8% on Thursday.

The Sentinel-Press will be publishing this number Monday through Friday. For more information, visit coronavirus.iowa.gov and click on the box labeled “% Positive Analysis – Public Schools.”

 

Rolling 14-day average of COVID-19 cases ­– one number used to determine when schools can go to online learning – at 8% in Jackson County on Thursday

 

STAFF REPORT

Beginning today, the state is releasing the rolling 14-day percentage of individuals positive for coronavirus in Iowa counties. School districts may request to go to 100% online learning for two weeks if their counties have a 15% positive COVID-19 rate in a two-week period and 10% of students are absent. Districts in counties with 20% and above may also request temporarily closing buildings or the whole district.

In Jackson County, the average was 8% on Thursday.

The Herald-Leader will be publishing this number Monday through Friday. For more information, visit coronavirus.iowa.gov and click on the box labeled “% Positive Analysis – Public Schools.”