The Minnesota Department of Health reports that 14 more residents have died of COVID-19, raising the state’s total to 286.
The Health Department also reported 214 new confirmed cases, increasing the total in the state to 3,816.
As of Monday, 292 patients were hospitalized, with 122 in Intensive Care and 1,842 patients have recovered and no longer need isolation.
A total of 43 case have been reported in Martin County, while the total in Faribault County remains unchanged at 4.
Hennepin County has been affected the most so far, with 1,416 cases and 188 deaths.  Nobles County remains at the second most cases in the state with 399 and Ramsey County has the third most cases with 297.
The Iowa Department of Health reported 9 new deaths from the coronavirus, bringing the state’s total to 127.
The new deaths were reported in Black Hawk, Bremer, Dubuque, Polk, Poweshiek and Washington Counties.
The Health Department also reports 349 new cases on Monday, bringing Iowa’s total to 5,868.
A total of 38,150 people have been tested and 2,021 patients have recovered and no longer need isolation.
No new cases were reported in Kossuth or Winnebago Counties.