2020-11-10 13:34:20 –
According to the Minnesota Department of Health, COVID-19 has killed 2,698 people in Minnesota, with an additional 23 reported on Tuesday.
The state reported an additional 4,906 confirmed infections, increasing the total number of cases in Minnesota to 189,681. The actual number of cases can be much higher, as the data only show people who have been tested for the virus, according to state officials.
The deaths reported on Tuesday were 4 in their 90s, 12 in their 80s, 5 in their 70s and 2 in their 60s.
Of the 16 affected counties, 13 reported one death. There were 6 Ramseys and 2 Dakota and 2 Henepin each.
Nine people lived in long-term care facilities or life support facilities. Of the cumulative death toll in Minnesota, 69% die in nursing homes.
On Tuesday, the State Department of Health reported approximately 1,224 COVID cases at a hospital in Minnesota. This includes an estimated 249 people in the intensive care unit.
Overall, the state has 3,179,872 tests.
At least 81% of people who test positive for COVID-19 are no longer quarantined. This number does not include deaths.
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