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COVID-19 situation update in the State of Minnesota per June 14

Abdi Isaaq

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MINNEAPOLIS, MN — Minnesota Department of Health has updated the COVID-19 situation around the Minnesotan counties. The recent update has uploaded on June 14, 2021, on its official website at https://www.health.state.mn.us/. Here is the overview of the statistics.

A newly reported case is 118 cases, with 95 cases are PCR-positive confirmed and 23 antigen-positive which are probable cases. The number sums up the total cases of 603,876 cases with 560,089 PCR-positive and 43,787 probable cases. Note that the data is preliminary, so the change in the number of new positive cases and deaths from one day to the next day isn't the same with newly reported cases and deaths. The County of Hennepin, Anoka, and Ramsey give the most addition with 16 cases, 16 cases, and 12 cases respectively.

The new positive cases are added from the total tests done on June 13. The total number of PCR tests is 10,222 and antigen test is 1,475. The total cumulative tests done in Minnesota is 10,1 million tests. As per June 11, there is 1 patient that is admitted to the ICU, and 6 patients hospitalized.

The death toll is increased by five cases from the age group of 65 to 94 years, located from Dakota, Hennepin, Morrison, St. Louis and Wadena county. Each county has one death case. The total number of death cases is 7,517 cases, which came from 7,100 PCR-confirmed cases and 417 probable cases. The death cases come mainly from seniors aged 60 to 94 years.

For further statistical information about the spread and case exposure in Minnesota, visit

https://www.health.state.mn.us/diseases/coronavirus/situation.html#hosp1. In the meantime, citizens are required to obey to health protocols: wear a mask, social distancing and wash hands regularly.

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