419 New COVID-19 Cases Reported Today, But June Statistics Still Lower Than May
Although the Minnesota Department of Health reported 419 new cases on Wednesday, a significant increase from yesterday, COVID-19 related deaths so far have shown to be less numerous this month compared to May.
There are 12 new COVID-19 related deaths, none of which are in the Lakeland viewing area. The state’s total of deaths sits at 1,325, and 1,051 of those deaths account for residents that lived in long-term care or assisted living facilities.
Crow Wing County has one new reported case, bringing their total of positive cases to 91. Clearwater County also reported one new case, and four were reported today in Todd County.
There are now 351 patients that are hospitalized and 181 that need to be hospitalized in ICU. Both numbers represent a decrease from yesterday’s data, where 357 people needed hospitalization and 185 in ICU.
Minnesota’s total positive cases is 31,296, and 27,404 patients no longer need isolation.