The site has seen dramatically increased traffic in recent weeks, one of the reasons for the rise in active cases.
The Ellis County Health Department on Wednesday announced five new positive cases of COVID-19 have been identified in the county.
The number of patients hospitalized with COVID-19 symptoms also jumped 16% over the last day - to 154 people in New Mexico hospitals.
Cherokee County has two locations offering testing - the County Health Department, at 877 Cedar Bluff Road in Centre, and Main Street Urgent Care, 1925 West Main Street in Centre.
There are 669 more cases statewide, putting the Iowa total at 33,012. The number of daily of hospitalizations has steadily increased to over 1,900 since July 1. And there are 1,005 people in the Melrose neighborhood who have been confirmed to be infected. We're entering a phase where we're seeing community spread and hospitalizations like we saw in late April and what we hoped would be the height of infection here in L.A. County.
92-percent of the BV County cases have recovered.
But the county's health services director, Dr. Christina Ghaly, said Wednesday that while the number of patients is still rising, there has been a recent "leveling off" of daily admissions that has reduced that threat.
On Tuesday, Gov. Gavin Newsom said there were 6,100 people hospitalized with confirmed coronavirus infections, a 114% increase from the number six weeks earlier, on May 26, when 2,847 people were hospitalized.
The 34 confirmed coronavirus cases in McLean County over the last week have pushed the county's seven-day positivity rate from 0.9% to 2.6%.
The increase isn't simply a result of more testing. In past weeks, inspectors found large numbers of violations at restaurants and bars.