Minnesota recorded five more COVID-19 fatalities Wednesday and 84 new cases were reported by the state Department of Health.
Deaths have averaged about five or six per day for the last week. There have been 7,555 COVID-19 fatalities since the pandemic began with 4,466 in long-term care.
The latest fatalities reported ranged in age from their 50s to their 90s with three living in private homes and two in long-term care.
The 84 new infections bring the case total to 604,758 since March 2020. Of those who tested positive, 596,305 have recovered enough they no longer need to be isolated.
Minnesota has administered 5.6 million doses of vaccine and 3 million residents have received at least one dose.
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Author: Christopher Magan