Updated COVID-19 Numbers: Thursday, October 1
ST. PAUL, Minn. – Minnesota health officials reported 100,200 confirmed COVID-19 cases in the state Thursday morning and 13 new deaths bringing the death total to 2,049 in Minnesota.
According to the Minnesota Department of Health website, 2,055,888 tests have been completed to date.
There are 89,980 patients who no longer require isolation.
So far, 7,758 patients have required hospitalization and 2,148 cases have been hospitalized in ICU.
Below are the most recent COVID-19 cases by county in Minnesota, Wisconsin, and Michigan:
Carlton: 290 – 1 death
Itasca: 366– 16 deaths
Koochiching: 123- 4 death
St. Louis: 1,800 – 43 deaths
Ashland: 127 – 2 death
Bayfield: 115 – 1 death
Iron: 142 – 1 death
Sawyer: 225 – 1 death
Gogebic: 153 – 1 death
As of Thursday morning, Wisconsin health officials reported 122,274 confirmed cases of COVID-19 in the state.
The Wisconsin Department of Health Services also reported 1,327 deaths.
Health officials say the real number of Minnesotans infected with the coronavirus is likely much higher because most people did not originally qualify for testing, and studies suggest that people can be infected without feeling sick.