COVID-19 update: No new deaths in Minnesota reported
Minnesota reported no new COVID-19 deaths on Monday, according to state health officials.
The state had 1,197 new COVID-19 cases, increasing the state’s cumulative total to 569,440. Of that number, 547,021 no longer need to be in isolation and 613 are hospitalized, including 179 in intensive care.
Freeborn County reported eight new lab-confirmed cases, increasing the county’s cumulative total to 3,341. Of that number, 72 are considered active.
The new cases included one person between 0 and 4, one person between 5 and 9, two people between 10 and 14, one person between 15 and 19, two people in their 20s and one person in their 30s.
As of Saturday, 12,353 people have received at least one vaccine dose in Freeborn County, and 9,619 have received the completed series.
The following is an update on other area counties:
- Faribault County: two new lab-confirmed cases; 1,475 total cases; 5,417 people with at least one vaccine dose, 4,557 with completed series
- Mower County: no new lab-confirmed cases; 4,544 total cases; 17,333 people with at least one vaccine dose, 14,099 with completed series
- Steele County: one probable case; 3,711 total cases; 14,876 people with at least one vaccine dose, 10,731 with completed series
- Waseca County: three new lab-confirmed cases, one probable case; 2,334 total cases; 7,168 people with at least one vaccine dose; 5,359 with completed series.
Freeborn County reported 22 new COVID-19 cases over the weekend, including 10 on Saturday and 12 on Sunday. Four of... read more