483 COVID-19 patients are currently hospitalized in Minnesota.
The data had been removed from public view Sept. 24.
It's unclear how many of the 1,079 occupied ICU beds in Minnesota are COVID-19 patients.
More than 1.5 million people have been tested for COVID-19 in Minnesota since March.
The state has reported 60 deaths in the past five days.
The latest numbers are in.
The death toll has reached 2,020.
The death toll since March is 2,015 in Minnesota.
23 more patients have been admitted to a hospital.
Three more deaths are included, but the main focus of the report is a new method for reporting hospitalizations.
Hospital numbers are increasing this week.
All data is as of 4 p.m. Monday, Sept. 21, according to the state health department.
Cases continue to rise but hospitalizations remain fairly steady.
The number of patients hospitalized with COVID-19 remains fairly steady.
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.
The death toll is now at 1,860 in Minnesota.
All four of the newly reported deaths were patients in their 80s.