MDH: 4 newly reported COVID-19 deaths, 207 current hospitalizations
Monday, the Minnesota Department of Health (MDH) reported:
- 4 new deaths from COVID-19
*Data posted on Monday represents data as of 4 a.m. on Friday. Of the deaths reported Monday, MDH says three are from April 2022 and one is from February 2022.
MDH also reported the following data regarding hospital capacity**:
- 976 ICU, non-COVID beds in use for adult and pediatric patients
- 23 ICU, COVID beds in use for adult and pediatric patients
- 6,461 non-ICU, non-COVID beds in use for adult and pediatric patients
- 184 non-ICU, COVID beds in use for adult and pediatric patients
**For this data set, MDH defines COVID beds in use as being “the number of patients who are currently positive with COVID-19 occupying a staffed inpatient bed in Minnesota. This does not include patients that were once positive but are now negative.”
Additionally, MDH said:
- 9.67 million COVID-19 vaccinations have been administered
- 2.21 million third-dose and booster shots have been administered
- 3.69 million people have completed the vaccine series
- 2.55 million people up to date with vaccine doses
- 74.9% of those 5 and older have received at least one dose of the vaccine
As of Monday, MDH also reported:
- 383,967 total breakthrough cases, accounting for 10.461% of fully vaccinated Minnesotans
- 10,916 total breakthrough hospitalizations, accounting for 0.297% of fully vaccinated Minnesotans
- 2,021 breakthrough deaths, accounting for 0.055% of fully vaccinated Minnesotans
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Meanwhile, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reported, as of Monday, 10 counties in Minnesota remained at a high level of COVID-19 community transmission. Another 31 counties are considered at a substantial spread.
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