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Daily COVID-19 update: New cases reported in area counties

Two new lab-confirmed COVID-19 cases were reported in Freeborn County on Monday, increasing the county’s total cumulative count to 282.

Ten new COVID-19 deaths were reported in Minnesota on Monday. Provided

The Freeborn County Public Health Department said the cases are expected to be moved to another county.

The department said 250 out of the county’s total cases are out of isolation and four are hospitalized.

One new case was reported in Mower County, increasing the county’s total to 911, and four new cases were reported in Faribault County, increasing the county’s total to 53. Steele had three new cases, and Waseca had two, raising their totals to 215 and 57, respectively.

Statewide, 315 new cases were reported, increasing the state’s total cumulative cases to 35,851. Of that number, 31,225 are out of isolation.

The Minnesota Department of Health reported 10 new deaths from Anoka,  Hennepin, Renville and Rice counties. Of the 10 deaths, six were residents of long-term care or assisted living facilities, two were in jail or prison and two lived in a private residence.

The state’s total death count is 1,435, of which 1,129 resided in long-term care or assisted living facilities.

The department stated 278 people are hospitalized, including 140 in intensive care.

 

Confirmed COVID-19 cases

County Cases Deaths
Aitkin 13 0
Anoka 2,076 107
Becker 54 0
Beltrami 27 0
Benton 208 3
Big Stone 14 0
Blue Earth 377 2
Brown 27 2
Carlton 81 0
Carver 338 1
Cass 12 2
Chippewa 74 1
Chisago 93 1
Clay 560 37
Clearwater 7 0
Cook 1 0
Cottonwood 132 0
Crow Wing 102 12
Dakota 2,157 87
Dodge 79 0
Douglas 58 0
Faribault 53 0
Fillmore 25 0
Freeborn 282 0
Goodhue 117 8
Grant 6 0
Hennepin 11,656 773
Houston 23 0
Hubbard 5 0
Isanti 61 0
Itasca 64 12
Jackson 54 0
Kanabec 14 1
Kandiyohi 565 1
Kittson 2 0
Koochiching 12 1
Lac qui Parle 4 0
Lake 6 0
Lake of the Woods 0 0
Le Sueur 79 1
Lincoln 9 0
Lyon 295 2
McLeod 81 0
Mahnomen 7 1
Marshall 12 0
Martin 155 5
Meeker 57 1
Mille Lacs 32 1
Morrison 58 1
Mower 911 2
Murray 50 0
Nicollet 136 12
Nobles 1,651 6
Norman 19 0
Olmsted 1,027 15
Otter Tail 91 1
Pennington 50 0
Pine 100 0
Pipestone 20 1
Polk 79 2
Pope 10 0
Ramsey 4,629 217
Red Lake 3 0
Redwood 16 0
Renville 24 2
Rice 804 6
Rock 30 0
Roseau 6 0
St. Louis 158 14
Scott 641 4
Sherburne 291 4
Sibley 46 2
Stearns 2,228 19
Steele 215 0
Stevens 3 0
Swift 20 1
Todd 397 2
Traverse 5 0
Wabasha 30 0
Wadena 15 0
Waseca 57 0
Washington 995 40
Watonwan 200 0
Wilkin 20 3
Winona 113 15
Wright 438 4
Yellow Medicine 27 0
Unknown/missing 82 0

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