Two new COVID-19 deaths and 50 new cases — five of which are probable — were confirmed in Winona County by the Minnesota Department of Health Sunday.
The county’s totals are now at 2,409 cases with 28 deaths.
The two new deaths were a resident between 80 and 84 years old and another between 95 and 99 years old.
Of the 50 new cases, one is 4 years old or younger; two are 15 to 19 years old; five are 20 to 24 years old; six are 25 to 29 years old; six are 30 to 34 years old; one is 35 to 39 years old; four are 40 to 44 years old; four are 45 to 49 years old; three are 50 to 54 years old; five are 55 to 59 years old; four are 60 to 64 years old; two are 65 to 69 years old; two are 70 to 74 years old; two are 75 to 79 years old; two are 85 to 89 years old; and one is 90 to 94 years old.
In Houston County, nine new COVID-19 cases and no new deaths were confirmed by MDH Sunday, raising the county’s total to 601 cases with two deaths.
In Minnesota, 7,219 new COVID-19 cases were confirmed Sunday.
The cases bring the state’s total to 270,157, including 20,298 health care workers, with 219,720 patients no longer needing to be isolated.
Statewide, 3,779,834 COVID-19 tests have been completed, with 2,314,094 residents having been tested.
Forty new deaths were reported in the state, bringing the total to 3,241.
Of these people, 2,214 resided in long-term care or assisted living facilities.
Statewide, 14,929 people have required hospitalization because of COVID-19, with 3,452 having spent time in an intensive care unit.
For daily Minnesota COVID-19 situation updates, visit the Minnesota Department of Health’s website.