There are 130 COVID-19 patients currently in intensive care in Minnesota.
It's been more than a month since hospitalizations were at this level.
The death toll has surpassed 3,600 in Minnesota.
There are fewer than 100 staffed ICU beds available in Minnesota.
A COVID-19 update will not be provided on Thanksgiving Day.
The 2,400 doses are only for high risk children and adults.
The state's health care systems are getting stretched "dangerously" thin.
The test positivity rate continues to climb.
Record testing and case levels are included in Friday's report.
The latest data from MDH.
483 COVID-19 patients are currently hospitalized in Minnesota.
Minnesota has had 123 confirmed COVID-19 deaths in the past 11 days.
Of 16,656 people tested in Wisconsin in the latest reporting period, more than 3,100 were positive.
The state's COVID-19 hospitalizations have tripled in the past month.
Total hospital capacity remains public, but how many COVID-19 patients are hospitalized is not.
Seven more deaths in Wednesday's report.
Hospitalizations remain at their lowest levels since mid-April.
It was mid-April the last time Minnesota's COVID-19 hospitalizations were this low.
Saturday's data includes all statistics reported to the MDH through 4 p.m. Friday.
There have been 28 newly reported deaths in the past two days.
The 15 deaths are the most in a single reporting period since Aug. 19 (17).
Seven deaths are included in the newest report.
There are currently 257 COVID-19 patients in the hospital.