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Minnesota reports 22 new deaths, 310 more COVID-19 cases Tuesday

MINNEAPOLIS (WXOW) — Minnesota health officials report 22 new deaths from COVID-19 on Tuesday, raising the state’s death toll to 1,072.  

The deaths, all people over the age of 60, were nearly split evenly among private residences and long-term or assisted living facilities. Ten people died at private residences, while eleven passed away at care facilities. One death was listed by the state as a group home/residential behavior health facility.

The number of positive tests for the coronavirus grew Tuesday by 310, raising the state total to 25,508.

The figure for health care workers who have been infected rose to 2,764.

The latest state figures show 248 patients in Minnesota intensive care units on Tuesday, a drop of five from Monday.  

MORE: Minnesota Department of Health

Find a full breakdown of how many cases have been reported in each county here.

No new cases were reported in Fillmore, Houston, or Winona counties

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Figures provided by the Minnesota Department of Health and county health departments

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