COVID-19 Related Hospitalizations Drop by 19 Friday

COVID-19 Related Hospitalizations Drop by 19 Friday Click to Enlarge Photo: Unsplash

(KNSI) - The Minnesota Department of Health said Friday statewide COVID-19 related hospitalizations are down 19 from Thursday.

There are 300 people hospitalized due to coronavirus, and 155 of them are in the ICU. That's an increase of two from Thursday.

Other statewide numbers:

  • Approximately 1,121,299 tests (+16,205) have been conducted on 910,271 (+10,791) people.
  • 59,185 total positive cases (+556)
  • 1,640 deaths (+4)
  • 1,241 in long term care or assisted living facilities (+1)
  • 5,458 total hospitalizations (+27)
  • 51,940 patients are recovering and out of isolation (+336)

Not all counties offer the same public health data. What is offered, we have shared.

Benton County:

  • 316 total cases (+1)
  • 15 active cases
  • 16 total cases hospitalized
  • 3 total ICU cases
  • 3 deaths
  • 34.711 - median age
  • 133 total cases in Sauk Rapids
  • 102 total cases in St. Cloud
  • 39 total cases in Foley
  • 25 total cases in Rice
  • 11.56 - 14-day case rate per 10,000 people by date of specimen collection. Benton County falls into the elementary in-person, middle/high school hybrid learning model.

Morrison County:

  • 85 total cases
  • 1 death
  • 2.73 - 14 day case rate per 10,000 people by date of specimin collection. Morrison County falls into the in-person learning for all students learning model.
  • No other public health data is available.

Sherburne County:

  • 710 total cases (+7)
  • 48 total cases hospitalized
  • 16 total ICU cases
  • 7 deaths
  • 637 patients recovering and out of isolation
  • 23.28 - 14-day case rate per 10,000 people by date of specimen collection. Sherburne County falls into the hybrid for all learning model

Stearns County:

  • 2,874 total cases (+10)
  • 185 active cases
  • 162 total hospitalizations
  • 48 total ICU cases
  • 20 deaths
  • 35 - median age
  • 12.24 - 14-day case rate per 10,000 people by date of specimen collection. Stearns County falls into the elementary in-person, middle/high school hybrid learning model.

Wright County:

  • 855 total cases (+8)
  • 5 deaths
  • 12.96 - 14-day case rate per 10,000 people by date of specimen collection. Wright County falls into the elementary in-person, middle/high school hybrid learning model.

Wright County offers more public health data, but as of 1:30 p.m. Friday afternoon, the county data had not been updated.

To see the statewide breakdown, click here.