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96 more COVID-19 cases reported in Northland

No new COVID-19 deaths were reported Monday.

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Another 96 people in the 10-county Northland region have tested positive for COVID-19 as of Monday, but no new deaths were reported in the region.

Statewide, 1,994 new cases and two new deaths were reported by the Minnesota Department of Health on Monday.

In Wisconsin, the Department of Health Services reported 402 new cases and three new deaths.

New cases and seven-day averages in Northland counties:

  • Aitkin — 4; 4.6.
  • Carlton — 10; 9.3.
  • Cook — 0; 0.4
  • Itasca — 12; 11.4
  • Koochiching — 7; 6.3.
  • Lake — 0; 0.9.
  • St. Louis — 60; 57.3.
  • Ashland — 1; 1.1.
  • Bayfield — 0; 3.0.
  • Douglas — 2; 9.7.

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Another 1,505 Northlanders received their first dose of a COVID-19 vaccine, bringing the total to more than 175,500.

Percentage of people with at least one vaccine dose in each county:

  • Aitkin — 42%.
  • Carlton — 48%.
  • Cook — 65%.
  • Itasca — 38%.
  • Koochiching — 38%.
  • Lake — 47%.
  • St. Louis — 46%.
  • Ashland — 44%.
  • Bayfield — 51%.
  • Douglas — 37%.

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