April 16, 2021
Health News

Minnesota reports 3080 new COVID-19 cases, 22 more deaths – Minneapolis Star Tribune

Another 3,080 new COVID-19 infections were reported Tuesday by Minnesota health officials, one of the lowest daily reports in several weeks.
However, testing volume was also relatively low, with 27,432 test results sent to the Minnesota Department of Health on Monday. By comparison, the previous five days saw a daily average of 59,000 tests.
Twenty-two more people died from COVID-19 complications, with 15 of them residents of long-term care facilities.
Minnesota officials will be watching this week…

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