Health officials tallied 66 new COVID-19 cases across the Northland on Sunday.
Fifty-one more people tested positive for the virus across Northeastern Minnesota as of Oct. 11, according to data from the Minnesota Department of Health.
Of the new cases, 31 were diagnosed in St. Louis County; 13 are in Itasca County; four were recorded in Aitkin County; three were recorded in Carlton County. Cook, Koochiching and Lake counties had no new cases on Sunday.
Statewide, Minnesota added 1,450 newly reported cases, and another 29,755 tests were completed. This puts the state's single-day testing positivity rate at 4.9%.
There were 10 newly reported deaths due to COVID-19 statewide; none were residents of the Northland.
Fifteen more people tested positive for the virus in Northwestern Wisconsin on Sunday. Douglas County recorded six cases, according to the Wisconsin Department of Health Services. Ashland County also had six new cases. Three more residents of Bayfield County tested positive.
Statewide, Wisconsin reported 2,676 more people with COVID-19, and 10,247 more tests have been completed. This sets the state's single-day positivity rate at 26%.
Seven more people have died due to COVID-19-related illness statewide in Wisconsin; none were residents of Northwestern Wisconsin.