November 24, 2020
Health News

Minnesota COVID-19 deaths hit 4-month low – Minneapolis Star Tribune

Minnesota reported 159 deaths from COVID-19 in July, the lowest full-month tally since the state started seeing losses from the coronavirus pandemic in late March.
Health officials credit better control of the virus in long-term care facilities as well as better treatments for the disease, but say recent jumps in the number of cases could bring increased death counts in coming months.
Health officials last week noted a worrisome sign involving cases among workers in long-term care facilities, …

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