It's been more than a month since hospitalizations were at this level.
December is likely to the deadliest month of the pandemic for Minnesota so far.
Minnesota has surpassed 4,500 deaths.
The case levels continue to decline in December.
Hospitalizations are dropping since reaching a high point Nov. 30.
There have been 851 deaths reported in December.
It's the third straight day with at least 80 deaths.
Ten people aged in their 20s have died from COVID-19 in Minnesota.
The good news is that hospitalizations dropped again.
Testing was down in the latest report, thus fewer positive results.
The death toll is now 4,005.
75 more deaths were reported Saturday.
The update includes new data on cases, deaths, positivity rates and hospitalizations.
The deaths continue to surge amid the worst of the pandemic so far.
The death toll is closing in on 3,700 in Minnesota.
The death toll has surpassed 3,600 in Minnesota.
There are fewer than 100 staffed ICU beds available in Minnesota.
Nearly 100,000 tests were included in Sunday's report.
A COVID-19 update will not be provided on Thanksgiving Day.
A new record high for current hospitalizations.
24 more deaths were reported Monday.
Nearly 750 people have died this month in Minnesota from COVID-19.
Nearly 700 people have died from COVID-19 in the first 20 days of November.
20% of all COVID-19 deaths in Minnesota have come in the first 19 days of November.