The Minnesota Department of Health reports another 30 residents have died of COVID-19, raising the state’s total to 485; 391 of the fatalities are individuals who resided in long term care or assisted living facilities.
The Health Department also reported 728 new confirmed cases, increasing Minnesota’s total to 8,579.
As of Wednesday, 443 patients were hospitalized, with 180 of them in intensive care and 5,005 patients have recovered and no longer require isolation.
Martin County now has a total of 111 confirmed cases, the total in Faribault County is now up to 8.
The Iowa Department of Health reported 12 new deaths from the coronavirus, bringing the state’s total to 219. The deaths were reported in Polk, Jasper, Linn, Black Hawk, Clayton, Marshall, Muscatine and Woodbury Counties.
The Health Department also reported 293 new cases of the coronavirus, brining the state’s total to 10,404.
A total of 63,171 people have been tested and 3,803 patients have recovered and no longer require isolation.
No new cases were reported in Kossuth or Winnebago Counties.