There are now 1,162 North Dakotans known to be infected with the virus, marking a third straight day of increases. The number of hospitalized residents decreased by 10 from Friday’s pandemic high of 65.
Forty of the new cases came from Grand Forks County, which hasn’t seen such a jump in cases since an early outbreak at the LM Wind Power plant in April. The county now has 112 active cases — passing Cass County, which includes Fargo, for the fourth most in the state.
Eighteen of the new cases came from Burleigh County, which encompasses Bismarck. The county emerged as the state’s hotspot over the last two months and has by far the most active cases with 271. Morton County, which sits just west of Burleigh County and includes Mandan, reported five new cases and has the third most active cases in the state with 114.
Eleven of the new cases reported Saturday came from Cass County. The state’s most populous county has 90 active cases.
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