WASHINGTON, DC — D.C Department of Health confirmed 38 new positive cases of COVID-19 on Monday. That’s down from the 66 reported on Sunday. This brings the District’s total number of positive cases to date to 16,022.
D.C. Health reported no new deaths due to COVID-19 on Monday. The total number of deaths in the District stands at 637.
According to D.C. Health, 438,819 coronavirus tests have been administered in the District, 231,817 residents have been tested, and 12539 have been cleared from isolation.
The District currently has 50 intensive care unit beds available out of 345 total intensive care unit beds. There are currently 172 in-use ventilators out of a total of 440 available. Also, there are 21 COVID-19-positive ICU patients.
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