Minnesota

Cases

New MN Cases

September 18
+1,085
Trend
Rising

New MN Deaths

September 18
+8
Trend
Rising

Total MN Cases

Confirmed cases
87,807
Deaths
2,002

Tests in MN

Positive-Test Rate
4%

County Trends

Rising
45
Falling
16
Flat
26

Total County Cases

>10,000 1,001-10,000 101-1,000 11-100 1-10 0

By County

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More than 50% increase in 7-day average of new cases, compared with one week ago
10-50% increase in 7-day average of new cases, compared with one week ago
County Confirmed New cases yesterday Deaths
Hennepin 25,454 190 917
Winona 828 101 18
Ramsey 10,349 82 316
Anoka 5,596 65 132
Dakota 6,995 53 125
St. Louis 1,282 49 29
Stearns 3,670 41 23
Scott 2,366 41 32
Pine 236 38 0
Washington 3,492 33 55
Olmsted 2,253 16 27
Blue Earth 1,556 16 6
Wright 1,493 16 7
Carver 1,319 16 7
Clay 1,213 14 40
Freeborn 504 14 3
Sherburne 1,063 13 13
Benton 492 13 3
Isanti 234 13 0
Rice 1,290 11 8
Watonwan 495 11 4
Waseca 422 11 8
Meeker 166 11 2
Lyon 634 10 4
Martin 290 10 9
Douglas 229 10 1
Itasca 264 9 13
Mower 1,261 8 4
Nicollet 495 8 16
Crow Wing 410 8 18
Steele 513 7 2
Fillmore 105 7 0
Nobles 1,920 6 16
Chisago 421 6 1
Otter Tail 373 6 4
Morrison 190 6 1
Dodge 188 6 0
Brown 164 6 2
Rock 145 6 0
Hubbard 71 6 0
McLeod 438 5 2
Polk 262 5 4
Carlton 231 5 1
Jackson 125 5 1
Swift 104 5 1
Kanabec 100 5 8
Lac qui Parle 41 5 0
Goodhue 321 4 9
Roseau 109 4 0
Kandiyohi 911 3 2
Beltrami 365 3 4
Pipestone 208 3 9
Chippewa 185 3 1
Sibley 169 3 3
Mille Lacs 136 3 3
Cass 123 3 3
Renville 120 3 6
Becker 237 2 2
Wabasha 166 2 0
Yellow Medicine 144 2 2
Koochiching 100 2 3
Lincoln 95 2 0
Redwood 93 2 0
Big Stone 66 2 0
Le Sueur 441 1 3
Cottonwood 214 1 0
Pennington 108 1 1
Pope 82 1 0
Mahnomen 45 1 1
Todd 472 0 2
Murray 149 0 2
Faribault 129 0 0
Aitkin 69 0 1
Wadena 61 0 0
Grant 57 0 4
Wilkin 55 0 3
Norman 51 0 0
Lake 48 0 0
Marshall 48 0 1
Red Lake 37 0 0
Traverse 29 0 0
Clearwater 24 0 0
Lake of the Woods 20 0 1
Kittson 13 0 0
Cook 6 0 0
Houston 104 -1 0
Stevens 90 -1 1

Tracker: Vaccine & Drug Development

Researchers worldwide are scrambling to develop vaccines and treatments for the coronavirus. SmartNews is tracking progress here.

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9/15/2020
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9/15/2020
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9/13/2020
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9/12/2020
Oxford and AstraZeneca resume coronavirus vaccine trial
9/11/2020
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9/8/2020
AstraZeneca vaccine trial paused to investigate 'a potentially unexplained illness'
Minnesota
STATUS: REOPENED
Cases
87,807 confirmed cases, with 1,085 new cases yesterday
Masks
Statewide mask mandate
Closures
Casinos
Fact
Goldman Sachs economic study says national mask mandate could save 5 percent of GDP. Read more »

Policy last updated: 8/6/2020

Timeline: The Road to Reopening

Tracking the latest information on preventive measures and policy changes as the U.S. combats the coronavirus and struggles with when and how to reopen its economy.

UPDATES
7/28/2020
Illinois, Kentucky and Minnesota added to New York State COVID-19 travel advisory list
7/22/2020
Gov. Tim Walz mandates face masks indoors across Minnesota

Coronavirus News

  • Sources: Johns Hopkins CSSE and The COVID Tracking Project
  • Disclaimer: This data changes rapidly, so what’s shown may be out of date. Table totals may not always represent an accurate sum.
  • †SmartNews is no longer displaying U.S. “recovered” data due to the lack of uniform reporting from state health departments.