Statewide, there have been 1,242 laboratory-confirmed cases out of 32,294 tests. There have been 293 total patients needing hospitalization. 145 are hospitalized as of today, and 63 are currently in ICU.
Another area resident who recently died is being tested for COVID-19.
Cases continue to rise around the area.
Washington County's laboratory-confirmed cases have rose to 62; Anoka County now has 36; Chisago County has four cases.
Statewide, there are now 60 more cases confirmed, with a total confirmed case count of 689. 342 of those cases no longer need to be isolated. There are now 120 cases total cases who've needed hospitalization. Out of those 120, 54 are currently hospitalized, with 27 of those 54 cases currently in the ICU.
Chisago County jumped to three cases, and Anoka County has 22 current cases.
Washington County continues to see a rise, with 27 cases listed today. Anoka County saw an increase to 17 cases. Chisago County, as reported yesterday, is down to just one case.
Washington County has seen its biggest jump of laboratory-confirmed cases yet, up to 22 from yesterday's 15. Anoka County rose from eight to 10. Chisago County still remains at two cases.
Statewide, there have been 398 confirmed cases out of 14,003 tests. There have been 51 cases hospitalized, and 34 of those cases are still hospitalized.
A second case in Chisago County was also confirmed, and according to the Chisago County Health Department, is to be considered "community spread."
The MDH does not indicate cities due to patient confidentiality. The total number of cases in Minnesota has risen to 115, an increase of 26 from the day prior, the largest one-day increase since the first case was announced in the state. As of yesterday, 3,856 people have been tested in the state.
The case in Anoka County previously reported as critical condition is still listed as critical.