Coronavirus Monday update: Three more Minnesota deaths and 1,105 new cases

3May 2021

Minnesota recorded three more COVID-19 deaths Monday and 1,105 new infections were reported by the state Department of Health.

Those whose deaths were reported Monday included residents in their 30s, 50s and 70s. All three lived in private homes.

The death toll is 7,163 with 4,370 fatalities residents of long-term care. Another 93 deaths are suspected to have been caused by COVID-19, but the person never had a positive coronavirus test.

The 1,105 new cases reported Monday bring the state’s case total to 580,340. Of those who’ve tested positive, 559,036 have recovered enough they no longer need to be isolated.

There are 576 people hospitalized including 155 in critical condition. Roughly 13,500 residents with active infections are recovering at home.

Almost 2 million Minnesotans have completed their coronavirus vaccinations and more than 4.3 million doses have been administered. More than 58 percent of the vaccine eligible population, aged 16 and older, have gotten at least one dose of vaccine.

This story is developing and will be updated.


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Author: Christopher Magan

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