Number of COVID-19 cases in Minnesota rises to 398, with four coronavirus-related deaths
Health officials in Minnesota reported Friday that there are now nearly 400 cases of COVID-19 in the state and four Coronavirus-related deaths.
In information released Friday, the Minnesota Department of Health announced there are 398 cases in Minnesota, including still 10 cases in Mower County, 34 in Olmsted County, seven in Blue Earth County, Dodge and Steele Counties each currently have five cases, Winona and Wabasha Counties each have four, Fillmore and Waseca Counties each have three cases and Rice County currently has two positive cases.
There have been a total of 111 new cases reported in Minnesota over the last two days, and a total of 180 patients no longer need to be isolated. The total approximate number of completed COVID-19 tests in Minnesota is 14,003.