Pope County reported 12 new cases; Meeker County reported seven new cases; Renville County reported five new cases; Chippewa and Yellow Medicine counties each reported one new case.
Big Stone, Redwood, Swift and Lac qui Parle counties did not report any new cases Monday.
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The state added 1,105 cases to its total, bringing the state's cumulative number of cases to 580,340. There were three new deaths.
Of the cumulative number of cases, 41,544 of them have been among health care workers.
The state’s current total number of deaths attributed to COVID-19 is now at 7,163. Most of the deaths, 4,370, have occurred in long-term care or assisted living facilities, and 5,878 of the people who died were 70 or older.
Since the start of the pandemic, the number of COVID-19 cases among residents confirmed to reside in area counties and the number of deaths includes:
Big Stone County: 590 cases; 4 deaths
Chippewa County: 1,510 cases; 38 deaths
Kandiyohi County: 6,463 cases; 81 deaths
Lac qui Parle County: 748 cases; 22 deaths
Meeker County: 2,495 cases; 38 deaths
Pope County: 1,076 cases; 6 deaths
Redwood County: 1,705 cases; 36 deaths
Renville County: 1,775 cases; 43 deaths
Stearns County: 21,841 cases; 220 deaths
Swift County: 1,038 cases; 18 deaths
Yellow Medicine County: 1,134 cases; 20 deaths
The state is now also reporting daily vaccine administration numbers. As of Monday’s report, 2,585,053 people have received at least one dose and 1,984,517 have completed the vaccine series statewide.
The percent of eligible people — those age 16 and over — who have received at least one dose of COVID-19 vaccine in area counties ranges from 43.8% of residents in Meeker County to 65.2% in Big Stone County. To date, 48% of residents age 16 and over in Kandiyohi County have had at least one dose of the vaccine.
According to the figures available Monday, the number of individuals who have received at least one dose of COVID-19 vaccine in area counties includes:
Big Stone: 2,648
Lac qui Parle: 3,077
Yellow Medicine: 4,327
The vaccine data web page is updated at 11 a.m. daily, but it can take up to 48 hours for data to be reported to the state and processed.
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