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Posted on: January 30, 2021

[ARCHIVED] Local COVID-19 Update, January 30, 2021

Dubuque County: 26 New Cases, 9 Recoveries, and 4 New Deaths.
Iowa: 1,060 New Cases, 292 Recoveries, and 74 New Deaths.

Dubuque County: 26 New Cases, 9 Recoveries, and 4 New Deaths.
Iowa: 1,060 New Cases, 292 Recoveries, and 74 New Deaths.

IDPH Launches Vaccine Dashboard and Provider Locator Tool

The Iowa Department of Public Health (IDPH) has launched two new features on the state’s COVID-19 website. A vaccine administration dashboard and vaccine provider locator tool deliver a statewide view of the COVID-19 vaccine effort in Iowa.

Vaccine Administration Dashboard

 The dashboard includes data visualizations which include key metrics such as:

  • Number of individuals who have received one dose or both doses
  • Total doses administered by recipient county of residence and by provider county
  • Administration rates by age group, sex, race, and ethnicity

Vaccine Provider Map

Vaccine remains in very short supply. As vaccine supply increases, this tool makes finding local vaccine provider information easily accessible to Iowans. Each provider included manages their own vaccine information and scheduling. IDPH is working with vaccine providers to update websites and phone numbers. Not all vaccine providers listed on this website will have vaccines at this time, as supply remains limited.  Please check the facility website before calling.

Updated Allocation Information

 After meeting with the Biden Administration this week, and reviewing the current allocation cadence, IDPH has accelerated the timetable to allow for an increase in allocations. Beginning the week of February 1, and continuing through the week of February 15, the state will receive the below allocations (1st Dose) weekly:

  • 19,500 of Pfizer 
  • 25,800 of Moderna

IDPH also learned this week that approximately 64,000 doses of vaccine, originally allocated to the Long-Term Care Pharmacy Partnership Program, can be redistributed to the state’s priority populations. These doses will be sent directly to a limited number of stores to vaccinate individuals 65 years and older. IDPH will provide additional information on this opportunity soon.

Phase 1B which includes, persons aged 65 years and over, or tiered populations vulnerable to high risk of exposure or severity of illness, begins on Monday, February 1. Due to the limited supply of vaccines, it will take the State of Iowa many weeks to reach all individuals in Phase 1B before moving to the next Phase, which will include persons under the age of 65 with health conditions at an increased risk of severe illness.

 There continues to be a limited supply of COVID-19 vaccine in Iowa. IDPH encourages Iowans to remain patient as more vaccine arrives in the weeks and months ahead. It is also critical to continue practicing the mitigation measures that can slow the spread of the COVID-19 virus.

  • Wear a mask or face covering
  • Practice social distancing with those outside your household
  • Clean your hands frequently with soap and water
  • Stay home if you feel sick
  • Get tested if you are exposed to, or have symptoms of COVID-19

To view IDPH's new Vaccine Dashboard, CLICK HERE or visit

This daily update from the Dubuque County Public Health Incident Management Team will include Dubuque County vaccine administration data from the new dashboard beginning on Monday, Feb. 1.

(11 a.m. yesterday to 11 a.m. today): 

Dubuque County:

  • 26 new cases.
  • Total confirmed cases to date = 11,800


  • 1,060 new cases.
  • Total confirmed cases to date = 318,447

14-Day COVID-19 Trendline New Cases Jan 30 (JPG)


  • Dubuque County: 1,070 active cases (13 more than yesterday)

Dubuque County:

  • 4 new deaths.
  • Total deaths related to COVID to date = 166 
  • Underlying Cause Deaths = 157, Contributing Factor Deaths = 9


  • 74 new deaths.
  • Total deaths related to COVID to date = 4,651
  • Underlying Cause Deaths = 4,236, Contributing Factor Deaths = 415


  • Dubuque County Residents Hospitalized =  8 as of Jan. 28. (1 more than Jan. 26)
  • Iowans Currently Hospitalized = 376 (7 less than yesterday.) 

Dubuque County:

  • 167 more individuals tested.
  • Total individuals tested to date = 51,385
  • Total tests to date = 142,507


  • 6,180 more individuals tested.
  • Total individuals tested to date = 1,469,893
  • Total tests to date = 3,612,560

Dubuque County:

  • Past 14-day average = 9.8%
  • Past 7-day average = 6.0%


  • Past 14-day average = 10.0%
  • Past 7-day average = 7.4%

Dubuque County:

  • New recoveries = 9 
  • Total number of recoveries = 10,564


  • New recoveries = 292 
  • Total number of recoveries = 281,463

Dubuque County:
 2 long-term care facility outbreaks (same as yesterday) with 88 current positive cases, 14 new positive cases in the last 14 days, and 53 recoveries:

  • Ennoble Nursing & Rehabilitation, Dubuque (64 current positive cases, 1 in the last 14 days, and 53 recoveries)
  • Stonehill Care Center, Dubuque (24 current positive cases, 13 in the last 14 days, and 0 recoveries)

57 long-term care facility outbreaks (1 less than yesterday) with 1,716 current positive cases (residents and staff), 994 recoveries (residents and staff), and 1,931 resident deaths from all Iowa LTC facilities to date. 

General Guidelines (JPG)

 For the most current information on COVID-19, visit

 For COVID-19 information specific to Dubuque County, visit

Media Contact
Randy Gehl, Public Information Officer
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This message is from the Dubuque County Public Health Incident Management Team, which includes staff from the from the Dubuque County Health Department, City of Dubuque Health Department, Dubuque County Emergency Management Agency, and the Dubuque Visiting Nurse Association.

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