MINNEAPOLIS — Minnesota well being officers reported one other 1,713 new instances of COVID-19 and 6 deaths from the virus Sunday, Could 2.
Whereas new case development continues to be flat, different indicators utilized by the Minnesota Division of Well being to trace the virus point out the latest surge in instances that began in late March is over.
The rolling seven-day common of optimistic assessments has dropped to about 6.3%, which continues to be above the state’s “warning” degree of 5%, however down from the latest peak of seven.5% on April 8.
Neighborhood unfold (instances that aren’t traced to different recognized instances or outbreaks) stays at about 43%, which is above the state’s “excessive danger” threshold of 30%.
Hospitalizations are additionally down, with 619 folks throughout Minnesota hospitalized and 166 of them being handled in intensive care models. That’s down from late April, when greater than 200 folks have been in intensive care models for COVID-19.
The entire six deaths reported Sunday have been non-public residents. Two of them have been residents of the Twin Cities metro space, two residents of Serburne County died, and Isanti and Otter Tail counties every reported one demise. They ranged in age from their 60s to 80s.
Greater than 2.5 million Minnesotans have obtained at the very least one dose of a COVID-19 vaccine as of April 30. About 58% of Minnesotans age 16 or older have obtained at the very least one dose, and almost 2 million have been totally vaccinated.
Statewide case charges
ACTIVE HOSPITALIZATIONS: 619
TOTAL CUMULATIVE HOSPITALIZATIONS: 30,360
DEATHS, NEWLY REPORTED: 6
TOTAL DEATHS: 7,160
FIRST DOSE ADMINISTERED: 2,574,895
COMPLETED SERIES: 1,972,888
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