Minnesota health officials report 14 new deaths from COVID-19 on Sunday, raising the state’s death toll to 1,040.
The number of positive tests for the coronavius grew by 664, raising the state total to 24,850. The number of health care workers who have been infected rose to 2,690.
The latest state figures show 257 patients in Minnesota intensive care units Sunday with another 298 in regular hospital beds.
In Martin County there are now 130 confirmed cases.Active cases 7 Recovered cases 118.Currently knowm hospitalized 1. Covid deaths 5.
In Faribault County 18 confirmed cases. Active cases 8. Recovered cases 10. Hospitalizations 0.
Watonwan County Public Health is reporting
2 new COVID-19 positive cases.
Case 68 is a person in their 50s and Case 69 is a person in their 30s.
Watonwan County currently has 69 MN Department of Health confirmed positive cases of COVID-19.
Under an executive order signed last week by Gov. Tim Walz, restaurants and bars can start offering outdoor dining and salons and barber shops can reopen starting today.