(Johnson County, Iowa) -- Johnson County is asking residents to self-report positive cases of COVID-19 confirmed with an at-home test.
Johnson County has set up a self-reporting system through its website. The county says the self-reporting system is designed to help track local transmission, as at-home tests are not currently reported to the state's system. Johnson County has seen a 62% increase in COVID-19 cases within the last week.
You can find the Johnson County COVID-19 self-reporting form here.