November 26, 2020
Health News

November already sets record for COVID-19 deaths in Minnesota – Minneapolis Star Tribune

Concerns over the rapid spread of COVID-19 in Minnesota keep building as the state on Saturday smashed the one-month record for deaths amid high case counts and pleas from health officials to curb the increase in cases so hospitals don’t become overwhelmed.
The state reported on Saturday another 51 deaths from COVID-19, pushing total fatalities reported in November to 744 — well beyond the previous one-month peak of 696 deaths in May.
Health officials say high counts for deaths and serious illnesses…

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