MINNESOTA REPORTS 403 NEW COVID-19 CASES AND 6 DEATHS

The Minnesota Department of Health is reporting 403 new cases of COVID-19 from 5,010 tests, and six deaths. All the numbers are below.  

Updated July 14, 2020
Updated daily at 11 a.m., with data current as of 4 p.m. the previous day.

Data is for cases that were tested and returned positive. All data is preliminary and may change as cases are investigated. Many data points are collected during case interviews. Data presented below is for all cases, regardless of interview status. Data for cases pending interview may be listed as “unknown/missing.”

Not all suspected cases of COVID-19 are tested, so this data is not representative of the total number of people in Minnesota who have or had COVID-19. Cumulative numbers are since Jan. 20, 2020.

Daily Update:

Because all data is preliminary, the change in number of cumulative positive cases and deaths from one day to the next may not equal the newly reported cases or deaths.

43,170
Total positive cases (cumulative)
403
Newly reported cases
6
Newly reported deaths
County Newly reported cases
Anoka 21
Becker 1
Beltrami 1
Blue Earth 13
Brown 2
Carlton 2
Carver 11
Cass 1
Chippewa 1
Chisago 1
Clay 8
Crow Wing 1
Dakota 26
Dodge 1
Douglas 1
Faribault 3
Fillmore 2
Freeborn 2
Hennepin 92
Hubbard 1
Koochiching 2
Lac qui Parle 1
Le Sueur 6
Lincoln 7
Lyon 8
McLeod 1
Martin 1
Morrison 1
Mower 3
Murray 2
Nicollet 5
Nobles 3
Olmsted 17
Otter Tail 7
Pipestone 4
Pope 1
Ramsey 43
Rice 2
Roseau 2
St. Louis 3
Scott 26
Sherburne 1
Sibley 1
Stearns 12
Steele 14
Wabasha 1
Waseca 4
Washington 20
Winona 2
Wright 9
Yellow Medicine 1
Unknown/missing 2
  • Cases removed*: 5

* Cases are removed for many reasons including residence in another state, duplication of cases, and false positive reports.

County of residence Age group Newly reported deaths
Anoka  70-79 years 1
Anoka  80-89 years 1
Anoka  90-99 years 1
Ramsey  60-69 years 2
Ramsey  80-89 years 1
Residence type Newly reported deaths
Private Residence 3
Long-term care facility/Assisted living 3

Testing

Total approximate number of completed tests: 777,614

Graph of Laboratory testing for COVID-19 (SARS-COV-2), data in table below.

Testing data table

Date reported to MDH Completed tests reported from the MDH Public Health Lab (daily) Completed tests reported from external laboratories (daily) Total approximate number of completed tests
3/28 470 1,054 18,081
3/29 245 964 19,290
3/30 156 890 20,336
3/31 176 1,340 21,852
4/1 300 703 22,855
4/2 102 1,881 24,838
4/3 56 1,290 26,184
4/4 108 1,555 27,847
4/5 30 1,435 29,312
4/6 46 1,133 30,491
4/7 90 1,461 32,042
4/8 80 1,373 33,495
4/9 93 1,738 35,326
4/10 107 1,652 37,085
4/11 93 1,533 38,711
4/12 56 1,134 39,901
4/13 39 746 40,686
4/14 128 1,063 41,877
4/15 137 1,559 43,573
4/16 110 1,346 45,029
4/17 126 1,340 46,495
4/18 123 1,357 47,975
4/19 66 1,165 49,206
4/20 124 716 50,046
4/21 214 1,535 51,795
4/22 230 1,899 53,924
4/23 216 2,274 56,414
4/24 296 2,793 59,503
4/25 172 2,448 62,123
4/26 71 2,493 64,687
4/27 149 1,868 66,704
4/28 268 3,078 70,050
4/29 253 6,829 77,132
4/30 429 3,919 81,480
5/1 277 4,206 85,963
5/2 302 3,427 89,692
5/3 70 3,090 92,852
5/4 231 3,837 96,920
5/5 266 2,900 100,086
5/6 323 4,156 104,565
5/7 336 4,675 109,576
5/8 254 4,624 114,454
5/9 232 4,681 119,367
5/10 68 5,230 124,665
5/11 278 5,026 129,969
5/12 355 3,659 133,983
5/13 301 6,993 141,277
5/14 1,074 5,659 148,010
5/15 548 8,579 157,137
5/16 717 7,250 165,104
5/17 232 5,749 171,085
5/18 132 6,257 177,474
5/19 601 5,773 183,848
5/20 531 6,423 190,802
5/21 394 7,865 199,061
5/22 742 8,980 208,783
5/23 1,069 7,827 217,679
5/24 86 6,895 224,660
5/25 86 6,561 231,307
5/26 162 6,775 238,244
5/27 254 9,273 247,771
5/28 652 9,246 257,669
5/29 667 9,717 268,053
5/30 0 8,436 276,489
5/31 0 6,883 283,372
6/1 0 4,180 287,552
6/2 1,061 6,610 295,223
6/3 653 15,247 311,123
6/4 379 10,562 322,064
6/5 930 10,113 333,107
6/6 1,087 9,315 343,509
6/7 735 8,790 353,034
6/8 44 7,720 360,798
6/9 300 8,581 369,679
6/10 674 11,362 381,715
6/11 765 12,629 395,109
6/12 1,031 11,769 407,909
6/13 828 8,969 417,706
6/14 254 4,767 422,727
6/15 22 6,186 428,935
6/16 357 19,197 448,489
6/17 486 12,015 460,990
6/18 916 13,272 475,178
6/19 1,113 15,659 491,950
6/20 823 11,314 504,087
6/21 401 8,207 512,695
6/22 23 7,210 519,928
6/23 340 9,336 529,604
6/24 881 12,060 542,545
6/25 1,058 13,536 557,139
6/26 459 12,477 570,075
6/27 820 14,083 584,978
6/28 187 7,330 592,495
6/29 0 12,419 604,914
6/30 264 11,666 616,844
7/1 465 13,086 630,395
7/2 872 13,780 645,047
7/3 409 13,628 659,084
7/4 207 14,225 673,516
7/5 32 5,641 679,189
7/6 0 5,916 685,105
7/7 227 7,386 692,718
7/8 508 13,425 706,651
7/9 1,150 18,067 725,868
7/10 458 15,613 741,939
7/11 505 14,590 757,034
7/12 112 11,958 769,104
7/13 22 8,488 777,614

Due to delays in deduplication of results data are subject to change.

More about testing data

  • Testing numbers show how many total tests have been done for people who live in Minnesota. Some people get tested more than once.
    • As of 6/5, testing data is reported per test to account for changes in testing capacity and for individuals who are tested more than once over the course of the pandemic.
  • Due to civil unrest in St. Paul and surrounding areas, the MDH Public Health Lab was closed from 5/30 – 6/1. COVID-19 specimens were not accepted and no tests were run during this time. When possible, samples were re-routed to partner laboratories.
  • Results from 4/29 and 6/3 included a backlog of tests loaded into our system. Previously we were not updating tests reported for past dates; going forward we will be updating that historical data.

Minnesota Case Overview

  • Total positive cases: 43,170
    • Number of health care workers: 4,137

Graph of confirmed cases of COVID-19 by specimen collection date, data in table below.

More about positive cases

  • Positive cases are individual people who live in Minnesota that tested positive for COVID-19. People are only counted as a case once, even if multiple positive tests are recorded for a person.
    • As of 5/13, total case data is represented by the date of initial specimen collection.

Patients no longer needing isolation

  • Patients no longer needing isolation: 37,749
  • Patients no longer needing isolation represents individuals with confirmed COVID-19 who no longer need to self-isolate.
  • As of 5/18 patients no longer needing isolation does not include those who have died.

Deaths

  • Deaths: 1,510
    • Deaths among cases that resided in long-term care or assisted living facilities: 1,175
  • Probable COVID-19 Deaths*: 38
    * COVID-19 listed on death certificate but a positive test not documented for the person.

Deaths of confirmed cases in Minnesota, data in table below

Deaths data table

Date reported New deaths (daily) Total deaths
3/21 1 1
3/22 0 1
3/23 0 1
3/24 0 1
3/25 0 1
3/26 1 2
3/27 2 4
3/28 1 5
3/29 4 9
3/30 1 10
3/31 2 12
4/1 5 17
4/2 1 18
4/3 4 22
4/4 2 24
4/5 5 29
4/6 1 30
4/7 4 34
4/8 5 39
4/9 11 50
4/10 7 57
4/11 7 64
4/12 6 70
4/13 0 70
4/14 9 79
4/15 8 87
4/16 7 94
4/17 17 111
4/18 10 121
4/19 13 134
4/20 9 143
4/21 17 160
4/22 19 179
4/23 21 200
4/24 21 221
4/25 23 244
4/26 28 272
4/27 14 286
4/28 15 301
4/29 18 319
4/30 24 343
5/1 28 371
5/2 24 395
5/3 24 419
5/4 9 428
5/5 27 455
5/6 29 484
5/7 23 507
5/8 26 533
5/9 24 557
5/10 20 577
5/11 13 590
5/12 23 613
5/13 24 637
5/14 25 662
5/15 20 682
5/16 17 699
5/17 22 721
5/18 9 730
5/19 17 747
5/20 29 776
5/21 32 808
5/22 33 841
5/23 10 851
5/24 17 868
5/25 12 880
5/26 18 898
5/27 33 931
5/28 35 966
5/29 29 995
5/30 30 1,025
5/31 14 1,039
6/1 10 1,049
6/2 22 1,071
6/3 14 1,085
6/4 29 1,114
6/5 33 1,147
6/6 22 1,169
6/7 16 1,185
6/8 11 1,196
6/9 20 1,216
6/10 19 1,235
6/11 12 1,247
6/12 25 1,272
6/13 9 1,281
6/14 15 1,296
6/15 6 1,302
6/16 9 1,311
6/17 12 1,323
6/18 19 1,342
6/19 17 1,359
6/20 12 1,371
6/21 8 1,379
6/22 4 1,383
6/23 9 1,392
6/24 5 1,397
6/25 9 1,406
6/26 5 1,411
6/27 6 1,417
6/28 8 1,425
6/29 10 1,435
6/30 6 1,441
7/1 4 1,445
7/2 13 1,458
7/3 8 1,466
7/4 1,466
7/5 5 1,471
7/6 3 1,474
7/7 3 1,477
7/8 8 1,485
7/9 5 1,490
7/10 5 1,495
7/11 4 1,499
7/12 3 1,502
7/13 2 1,504
7/14 6 1,510
  • Deaths are for those who have died from COVID-19.
  • Probable COVID-19 Deaths have COVID-19 listed on death certificate but a positive test not documented for the person. Because there was no positive test, these individuals are not included in total positive cases or total deaths from COVID-19.
  • A death previously reported on 6/11 was removed on 6/20 due to data cleaning.
  • A death previously reported on 5/6 was removed on 6/24 due to data cleaning.
  • Deaths are represented by the date reported. This means our data will show no report for 7/4.

Hospitalization

Total cases hospitalized: 4,452

  • Hospitalized as of today: 236
    • Hospitalized in ICU as of today: 107

Minnesota COVID-19 hospitalizations, data in table below

  • Hospitalizations and ICU data was not collected on 7/3, therefore no hospitalizations are reported for 7/4.

Case Demographics

Age

Gender

Gender data table

Gender Number of Cases
Male 20,811
Female 21,670
Other 11
Unknown/missing 678

Race & Ethnicity

Likely Exposure

  • Travel: Case traveled outside of Minnesota in the 2 weeks before illness.
  • Congregate Care Setting: Case lived, worked, or visited a long-term care facility (LTCF), assisted living facility, group home, or residential behavioral health (RBH) facility.
  • Corrections: Case lived, worked, or visited a jail/prison setting.
  • Homeless/Shelter: Case was experiencing homelessness, or lived or worked at a shelter.
  • Health Care: Case worked in an acute care facility (hospital, clinic, detox) or was a patient in an acute care facility.
  • Community (outbreak): Case is part of an outbreak not associated with a congregate care, corrections, shelter, or health care setting.
  • Community (known contact with confirmed case): Case had known contact with confirmed case.
  • Community (no known contact with confirmed case): Case had no known contact with confirmed case.
  • Unknown/missing: Interview pending.

Not all cases among health care workers have a likely exposure as health care staff.

Residence

Cases by County of Residence

County of residence is confirmed during the case interview. At the time of this posting not all interviews have been completed.

County of residence data table:
Including county of residence of deaths

County Cases Deaths
Aitkin 17 0
Anoka 2,477 114
Becker 69 0
Beltrami 58 0
Benton 243 3
Big Stone 18 0
Blue Earth 600 2
Brown 51 2
Carlton 96 0
Carver 509 2
Cass 21 2
Chippewa 82 1
Chisago 112 1
Clay 627 38
Clearwater 14 0
Cook 1 0
Cottonwood 142 0
Crow Wing 116 12
Dakota 2,781 96
Dodge 100 0
Douglas 75 0
Faribault 64 0
Fillmore 38 0
Freeborn 316 0
Goodhue 142 8
Grant 31 0
Hennepin 13,790 791
Houston 32 0
Hubbard 11 0
Isanti 84 0
Itasca 76 12
Jackson 58 0
Kanabec 18 1
Kandiyohi 595 1
Kittson 2 0
Koochiching 24 1
Lac qui Parle 6 0
Lake 9 0
Lake of the Woods 0 0
Le Sueur 142 1
Lincoln 32 0
Lyon 359 2
McLeod 102 0
Mahnomen 13 1
Marshall 16 0
Martin 176 5
Meeker 66 1
Mille Lacs 40 2
Morrison 70 1
Mower 990 2
Murray 85 0
Nicollet 212 12
Nobles 1,697 6
Norman 21 0
Olmsted 1,319 20
Otter Tail 121 1
Pennington 54 0
Pine 114 0
Pipestone 90 4
Polk 89 3
Pope 14 0
Ramsey 5,357 237
Red Lake 5 0
Redwood 25 0
Renville 37 3
Rice 895 8
Rock 35 0
Roseau 30 0
St. Louis 241 16
Scott 923 4
Sherburne 371 5
Sibley 58 2
Stearns 2,549 19
Steele 266 1
Stevens 11 0
Swift 35 1
Todd 404 2
Traverse 8 0
Wabasha 44 0
Wadena 18 0
Waseca 80 0
Washington 1,324 41
Watonwan 272 0
Wilkin 23 3
Winona 153 15
Wright 555 5
Yellow Medicine 32 0
Unknown/missing 92 0

County of residence is confirmed during the case interview. At the time of this posting not all interviews have been completed. The county residence data may not equal the total number of reported positive cases.

  • We will not release specific locations for any patients being tested in order to protect patient privacy.

Residence Type

Weekly Report

Care Facilities

Congregate Care Facilities with Exposures, by County

Congregate care facilities listed below reported a COVID-19 exposure at the facility. Exposure is defined as a person diagnosed with COVID-19 who either visited, worked, or lived at a congregate care facility while they were contagious.



Data in the data tables is correct as of 11 a.m. daily. Dynamic images and maps for case demographics, likely exposure, residence, and residence type will update shortly after 11 a.m. daily and will not work if your browser is in compatibility mode.