Seven More Deaths In COVID-19 Crisis In Minnesota
As of Thursday, April 16th, nearly 100 Minnesotans have died as a result of COVID-19, with the death toll now standing at 94. According to the Minnesota Department of Health, this is an increase of seven from yesterday’s total of 87.
There has been a total of 41,675 tests administered in Minnesota, with 1,433 yesterday alone. Of yesterday’s tests, 103 were positive, bringing the total positive cases to 1,912.
There have been 475 cases of coronavirus that have required hospitalization. 213 are currently hospitalized, and of those, 103 are in the ICU.
80 patients have been released from isolation since yesterday, with 1,020 total released from isolation.