MARTIN COUNTY HAS 428 CONFIRMED CASES. 133 ACTIVE. 6 CURRENTLY KNOWN HOSPITALIZED. 284 RECOVERED. 11 COVID-RELATED DEATHS.
FARIBAULT COUNTY HAS 147 CONFIRMED CASES. 14 ACTIVE. 132 RECOVERED.
WATONWAN COUNTY HAS 530 CONFIRMED CASES. 24 ACTIVE. 2 CURRENTLY KNOWN HOSPITALIZED. 502 OUT OF ISOLATION.
The Minnesota Department of Health reported on Monday 936 new confirmed positive cases of COVID-19. The total number of cases in Minnesota is 97,638.
There have been 7 additional deaths associated with COVID-19, putting the state’s death total at 2,105. Deaths among cases that resided in long term care or assisted living facilities increased to 1,447.
A total of 87,330 people have recovered statewide and no longer require isolation.
The number of Iowans hospitalized with COVID-19 is at a 4 month high as the state reported 611 new positive tests and the deaths of 2 more Iowans from the coronavirus.
The numbers come from the state’s coronavirus tracking site.
With 611 new positive cases, the total number of Iowans who’ve now tested positive for COVID-19 stands at 86,840. The state considers 66,191 of them to be recovered.
Fourteen Counties in Iowa now have an average positive rate over the last two weeks above %. That list of counties includes Winnebago County.
Governor Kim Reynolds established % average positivity rate as a threshold for schools to meet to apply for online only learning but she has since said it is just guideline, not a requirement.
The death of two more Iowans brings the statewide death toll from COVID-19 to 1,317 individuals. Of those who’ve died from the virus, 685 were residents of long term care facilities.
There are currently 353 Iowans hospitalized with COVID-19, the highest single day figure since late May. There are currently 96 patients in the ICU and 39 on ventilators.