MN REPORTS 501 NEW CONFIRMED COVID-19 CASES, 8 DEATHS; 1 NEW CASE IN POLK COUNTY

The Minnesota Department of Health is reporting 501 confirmed cases of COVID-19, 132 probable cases from antigen testing and 8 deaths Tuesday. The confirmed cases were the result of 9,114 completed tests for a positive rate of 5.5 percent.

Polk and Kittson Counties each had one confirmed case, and Red Lake County had one probable case reported.

Updated February 2, 2021
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.”

Positive PCR test results are considered confirmed cases. Positive antigen test results are considered probable cases.

All probable cases get the same public health follow up and recommendations as cases confirmed by PCR tests.

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.

Total positive cases (cumulative) 463,132
Total confirmed cases (PCR positive) (cumulative) 442,870
Total probable cases (Antigen positive) (cumulative) 20,262
Newly reported cases 633
Newly reported confirmed cases 501
Newly reported probable cases 132
Newly reported deaths 8

Testing

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

Total approximate completed tests (cumulative) 6,607,932
Total approximate number of completed PCR tests (cumulative) 6,264,836
Total approximate number of completed antigen tests (cumulative) 343,096

Testing data table

Total approximate number of people tested (cumulative) 3,271,158

Minnesota Case Overview

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

Total positive cases (cumulative) 463,132
Total confirmed cases (PCR positive) (cumulative) 442,870
Total probable cases (Antigen positive) (cumulative) 20,262

Positive cases by date specimen collected data table

Total number of health care workers (cumulative) 36,618

Patients no longer needing isolation

Patients no longer needing isolation (cumulative) 448,595

Deaths

Deaths of confirmed cases in Minnesota, data in table below

Total deaths (cumulative) 6,210
Deaths from confirmed cases (cumulative) 5,961
Deaths from probable cases (cumulative) 249
Deaths among cases that resided in long-term care or assisted living facilities (cumulative) 3,933

Deaths data table

Total non-laboratory-confirmed COVID-19 deaths (death certificate) (cumulative) 68

Hospitalizations

Minnesota COVID-19 hospitalizations, data in table below

Total cases hospitalized (cumulative) 24,447
Total cases hospitalized in ICU (cumulative) 5,056

Hospitalization data table

Case Demographics

Age

Age group data table:
Including age group of deaths

Gender

Gender data table

Race & Ethnicity

Race and ethnicity data table:
Including race and ethnicity of deaths

Likely Exposure

Likely exposure data table

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

Residence Type

Residence type data table

Weekly Report

This report includes more detailed information on testing, demographics, syndromic surveillance, and more. Updated every Thursday.

Facilities with Cases & Exposures

Cases in Pre-K through Grade 12 School Buildings, by County

Congregate Care Facilities with Exposures, by County


Other Statistics


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