MINNEAPOLIS (AP/WXOW) — Minnesota health officials are confirming more than 5,550 new cases of the coronavirus and 64 new deaths from complications due to COVID-19.
One of the deaths was in Winona County, where a total of 33 people have died from the virus since it began according to Winona County Health and Human Services.
They also reported 46 new cases on Sunday. They ranged in age from 15-74.
Houston County saw 21 new cases while Fillmore County had 18.
There were about 1,468 new cases per 100,000 people in Minnesota over the past two weeks, which ranks second in the country behind South Dakota for new cases per capita.
The COVID Tracking Project reports that one in every 136 people in Minnesota tested positive in the past week. Health care workers have accounted for 25,471 of the more than 350,000 positive tests. The fatalities announced Sunday raised the state’s death toll to 2,637 since the start of the pandemic.
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