The number of outbreaks is far fewer than at the peak in November when there were 237 reported outbreaks in restaurants/bars.
The increases were expected with some restrictions being lifted.
The Lakeville bar has been in the news for defying orders.
Party sizes will be limited and reservations are required.
Statewide restrictions are due to ease up on Monday.
Patrons still won't be able to sit at bars due to COVID-19.
Indoor dining service has been banned since Nov. 18 amid spiraling COVID-19 cases, which have since declined.
The Interchange Wine and Coffee Bistro reopened on Dec. 16, defying the governor's executive order.
Also hit by vandalism is Alibi Drinkery's neighbor, Angry Inch Brewing.
Four other establishments have received cease and desist letters.
Sen. Matt Little is calling for support of local businesses that follow the rules.
One bar has gone back to curbside pick-up while the other is still offering dine-in service.
Some venues have been making outdoor seating work using patio heaters in recent months.
Any that open will be in violation of Gov. Tim Walz's executive order, which is set to be extended.
Walz will formalize plans during a 1:15 p.m. press conference.
Bars in Lynd and East Grand Forks are now being sued by the Minnesota Department of Health and Minnesota AG.
He has suggested that the ban on mixing with people outside your household could continue over Christmas.
A month of enhanced restrictions will go into effect Friday.
Details have started coming out about the governor's announcement.
The governor will take further action as the state's COVID crisis worsens.
It comes as Minnesota's COVID-19 crisis gets increasingly dire.
Minnesota is amidst its most severe COVID-19 crisis yet.
He will address Minnesota at 2 p.m.