According to information from Faribault and Martin County Human Services, Martin County, as of Sunday, now has a total of 969 confirmed COVID-19 cases, while Faribault County has 469. Total number of new cases Martin: 32 Faribault: 18 .Active cases Martin: 166 Faribault: 91 Currently known hospitalized Martin: 8 Faribault: 12 Number of total hospitalizations Martin: 61 Faribault: 34 Number of COVID-19 related deaths Martin: 20 Faribault 0.Recovered cases Martin: 783 Faribault: 378.
WATONWAN COUNTY AT LAST REPORT HAD 14 NEW CORONAVIRUS CASES. 744 TOTAL. ACTIVE 78.CURRENTLY KNOWN HOSPITALIZED 3. TOTAL HOSPITALIZATIONS 40. 4 COVID RELATED DEATHS. OUT OF ISOLATION 667.
Minnesota health officials on Sunday reported 7,219 new coronavirus cases, lifting the total number of positive tests to more than 270,000 since the start of the pandemic.
Officials confirmed 40 deaths due to complications from COVID-19 in the last day, for a total of 3,241 fatalities. Minnesota’s death count is the 24th highest in the country overall and the 29th highest per capita at 58 deaths per 100,000 people, according to statistics filed Saturday by Johns Hopkins University researchers.
There were about 1,568 new cases per 100,000 people in Minnesota over the past two weeks, which ranks seventh in the country for new cases per capita. One in every 120 people in the state tested positive in the past week.
More than 3,000 new virus cases and 33 deaths were reported Sunday in Iowa.
State officials said 3,401 new cases of COVID-19 were reported Sunday to give Iowa 210,061 cases since the pandemic began. The number of deaths linked to the virus grew to 2,192.
The number of people hospitalized with the virus in Iowa remained at a high level Saturday even though it declined slightly to 1,340 from the previous day’s 1,416. Out of that total, 255 patients were in intensive care, down from 276 on Friday.
The state said 92 of Iowa’s 99 counties had 14-day positivity rates over 15% on Sunday, and six more counties reported rates between 10% and 15%.
Iowa had the fourth-highest rate of new cases Saturday, according to data from Johns Hopkins University. Over the past week, one person in every 123 people in Iowa was diagnosed with COVID-19.