Clay County’s COVID-19 case total increased by one on Thursday, bringing the county to eight confirmed cases.
As of Thursday, 176 people have been tested in Clay County for the disease, according to the Iowa Department of Public Health (IDPH). Ten people were tested Wednesday, according to IDPH data.
IDPH is no longer providing age range information for confirmed cases on a county level.
The department also is not providing county-level statistics of how many people have recovered.
Area counties see upward trend in cases
Other area counties have also seen an increase in confirmed COVID-19 cases in recent days.
Buena Vista County has 18 cases, Osceola County has 17 cases and O’Brien County has 13 cases.
Find more area county data.
Visit coronavirus.iowa.gov for more statewide data.