Since this same time last week, the regional coronavirus-related death toll has risen by two while one county remains in the state’s top five for two-week positivity rates and another is the lowest in the state. As of 7 a.m. this (Monday) morning, Carroll County has reported one of those two deaths, now at a total of 32 with a positivity rate of 17.4 percent and up 80 cases over the past week to 2,487 with 2,165 recovered. The other additional death last week was in Audubon County, now at a total of eight with a two-week positivity rate of 12.2 percent, up 15 cases to 400 with 326 recovered. Crawford County has the fifth highest rate in Iowa at 23.9 percent and they saw nearly 100 new cases, recording 99 for a new total of 2,239 with 1,930 recovered and 22 deaths. The lowest positivity rate in the state is Greene County at 7.7 percent. They have an additional 18 cases over the week, bringing their total to 667 with 591 recovered and seven deaths. In the rest of the region: Calhoun County is up by 32 cases to 1,206 with a 9.9 percent positivity rate, 1,133 recovered and nine deaths; Guthrie County has a 13.5 percent rate and 41 new cases, now at 1,003 with 841 recovered and 23 deaths; and Sac County is at 12.5 percent with 35 new cases at 1,081 with 971 recovered and 14 deaths. The most up-to-date statistics on a statewide and county-by-county basis can be found at coronavirus.iowa.gov.