FARIBAULT-MARTIN COUNTY COMMUNITY HEALTH REPORTS:
We have 15 new laboratory confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Martin County to report today. At this time, none of these new cases are hospitalized, however we did receive notification of a prior reported case becoming re-hospitalized.
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Media reports say MDH reported Wednesday that there are 33 cases of attendees from a Sept. 9th funeral in Martin County that have tested positive, and another 17 cases of additional persons from the church where the funeral was held. The MDH reported that 150-200 people attended and many did not social distance or wear masks.
MARTIN COUNTY HAS 356 CONFIRMED CASES. 90 ACTIVE. 5 HOSPITALIZED. 256 RECOVERED. 10 TOTAL COVID RELATED DEATHS SO FAR.
FARIBAULT COUNTY HAS 132 COMNFIRMED CASES. ACTIVE 4. RECOVERED 128.
WATONWAN COUNTY HAS 514 CONFIRMED CASES. 32 ACTIVE. 478 OUT OF ISOLATION.
The Minnesota Department of Health reported on Wednesday 690 new confirmed positive cases of COVID-19. The total number of cases in the state is now 92,100.
There have been 6 additional deaths associated with COVID-19, putting the state’s death total at 1,985. Death among cases that resided in long term care or assisted living facilities increased to 1,433.
As of 11am on Wednesday there were 303 people hospitalized with the virus in Minnesota, with 148 in intensive care.A total of 83,507 people have recovered statewide and no longer require isolation.
The Iowa Department of Public Health is reporting the deaths of 8 more Iowans from COVID-19 and the positive test results of 856 more Iowans.The statewide total of Iowans who’ve tested positive for the virus is 82,006 , 60,296 of those individuals have recovered.The statewide death toll from COVID-19 is 1.293. Of those who’ve died, 674 were residents of long term care facilities. There are currently 41 outbreaks affecting 952 residents and staff members at Iowa long term care facilities.There are currently 301 Iowans hospitalized with COVID-19, that includes 77 in the ICU and 37 on ventilators.