4 new MN deaths, 271 new cases-Shuangcheng
According to the Minnesota Department of Health, the number of COVID-19 deaths in Minnesota was as high as 7,465, and 4 deaths were reported on Sunday.
Another 271 people were infected, bringing the total to 602,686.
State officials say the actual number of infections may be much higher because the data only represents people who have been tested.
As of Sunday, the total number of tests was 4,296,765.
The death toll on Sunday ranges from one person 65 to 69 years old to another person 100 years or older.
One of the four is from a long-term care or assisted living facility. Of the 7,465 deaths in the state, 4,442 were from such facilities.
How is the patient’s condition?
As of Sunday, among those infected with the virus, 593,183 have recovered to the point where isolation is no longer necessary.
A total of 32,229 people were hospitalized in Minnesota, of which 6,547 were admitted to the intensive care unit.
Who is sick?
- Number of healthcare workers infected with COVID-19: 42,742
- The age group with the largest number of infections is still 20-24 years old, with 58,199 cases.
- The age group with the highest number of deaths is 85-89 years old with 1,346 deaths, followed by 80-84 year-olds with 1,202 deaths, and 90-94 year-olds with 1,189 deaths.