There are now nine deaths and more than 500 confirmed cases of Coronavirus in Minnesota, including 47 in Olmsted County.
Health officials Sunday said the state has 503 confirmed cases, up from 441, and the death total jumped from five to nine. Three of the new deaths were in long-term care facilites in Hennepin County and the fourth was in Martin County. The nine total deaths range in age from the 50s to the 90s.
A week ago, there were 169 cases in the state.
There have been coronavirus outbreaks in 25 congregate living facilities in Minnesota, with 21 residents and 11 health care workers testing positive for the disease.
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Total positive: 503
Patients who no longer need to be isolated: 252
Total approximate number of completed tests: 17,657
Approximate number of completed tests from the MDH Public Health Lab: 7,703
Approximate number of completed tests from external laboratories: 9,954
Total cases requiring hospitalization: 75
Hospitalized as of today: 39
Cases by county
Olmsted - 47
Mower - 11
Freeborn - 0
Fillmore - 6
Dodge - 7
Winona - 4
Steele - 5
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