Deaths from COVID-19 Continue to Decrease in Minnesota
The Minnesota Department of Health has recorded six new COVID-19 related deaths since yesterday, June 14th, the lowest total one-day death count since April 13th. The figure is a decrease from the 15 deaths recorded yesterday. The total number of deaths now sits at 1,304, with over 1,000 of those deaths were those residing in long-term care or assisted living facilities.
There have been no recorded deaths in Beltrami County, with 23 total cases. There have been 12 deaths total in Itasca County, nine deaths in Crow Wing County, and two in Cass County.
There have been 230 newly reported positive cases reported today, bringing the state’s total number of positive cases to 30,693. 3,198 of those cases are from health care workers.
As of today, 353 patients are currently hospitalized, a number that has been steadily decreasing. 186 of those hospitalized are currently in ICU. 26,609 people no longer need to self-isolate.