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New COVID-19 cases in Todd, Morrison

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Three new COVID-19 cases in Todd County and one new case in Morrison County appeared in Minnesota Department of Health statistics Friday, June 12.

The dayโ€™s results cap off a week that saw cases rise in five of seven area counties, along with the deaths of four Crow Wing County residents and one Morrison County resident. All of Crow Wing Countyโ€™s deaths this week were among residents of Good Samaritan Society-Bethany in south Brainerd, where an outbreak of the coronavirus was first reported in mid-May. The Morrison County resident who died was a person in their 70s.

Since June 5, 27 new cases were reported in Todd County, which continues to be hardest-hit of area counties in terms of total case numbers. Crow Wing County had eight new confirmed cases, which with nine residents whoโ€™ve died from the disease has the highest death toll in the area. Six new cases were reported in Morrison, two in Mille Lacs and one in Aitkin.


COVID-19 data as of June 12

  • Aitkin โ€” 13 (+0 since previous day).

  • Cass โ€” 11 (+0), with two deaths.

  • Crow Wing โ€” 88 (+0), with nine deaths.

  • Mille Lacs โ€” 26 (+0), with one death.

  • Morrison โ€” 54 (+1), with one death.

  • Todd โ€” 371 (+3), with two deaths.

  • Wadena โ€” 10 (+0).

NOTE: These numbers are cumulative since March 21 and many are likely out of isolation. The number of those no longer needing isolation is not reported on a county-level basis by the state.


  • Number of tests โ€” 354,226 (+40,976 since previous day).

  • Total positive cases โ€” 29,795 (+490).

  • Positive health care workers โ€” 3,102 (+129).

  • Age range with greatest number of cases โ€” 30-39 years old, with 20.3% of cases.

  • Currently hospitalized โ€” 403 (-8), with 191 (-5) in intensive care.

  • Total cases requiring hospitalization โ€” 3,557 (+75).

  • Total deaths โ€” 1,274 (+25).

  • Deaths among those in long-term care or assisted living โ€” 1,015 (+19).

  • No longer needing isolation โ€” 25,028 (+158).

Compiled from Minnesota Department of Health data and county sources.

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