As Minnesota's 2-week stay-at-home order goes into effect, health officials in the state announced the 5th Coronavirus-related death and 441 positive cases.
Health officials said Saturday there are 30 people still hospitalized due to the virus.
Olmsted County now has 37 confirmed positive tests.
More information from health officials is below:
Total positive: 441
Patients who no longer need to be isolated: 220
Total approximate number of completed tests: 16,129
Approximate number of completed tests from the MDH Public Health Lab: 7,290
Approximate number of completed tests from external laboratories: 8,839
Deaths: 5 (Latest one in Hennepin County, all were in their 70s or 80s)
Total cases requiring hospitalization: 57
Hospitalized as of today: 30 (13 in ICU)
Outbreaks in congregate living facilities: 20 (An outbreak is defined as at least one case in a resident or employee)
Cases by county
Olmsted - 37
Mower - 11
Freeborn - 0
Fillmore - 5
Dodge - 6
Winona - 4
Steele - 5
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