Frisco man dies of COVID-19 complications

Среда, 10 Июн, 2020

Ottawa has surpassed 2,000 confirmed cases of COVID-19 since the start of the pandemic.

The Minnesota Department of Health says there are 338 newly reported COVID-19 cases around the state, and 11 newly reported COVID-19 related deaths. This marks the 36 death of a Collin County resident with COVID-19. 23 additional deaths statewide were reported Monday, 17 from Cook County. DeKalb County Rehab and Nursing Center is still reporting three positive cases, all among employees, and Bethany Rehabilitation & Health Care Center now is reporting two positive cases, both of which are employees. This brings the total number of COVID-19 cases to 173 in the county. This follows the second highest single day total of 40 new cases from Saturday. ODH reported 2,760 probable cases based on the CDC's recently expanded case definition. So far, 6,557 patients with the virus have been discharged after being hospitalized.

1,197 total coronavirus related deaths. About 14% of the cases involved health care workers. To date, OH has conducted 473,988 tests.

Ottawa Public Health continues to say the total number of cases in the city could be 5 to 30 times greater than the number of tested, laboratory-confirmed cases.

The 60115 ZIP code (including DeKalb) had 254cases reported and 2,671 tests administered.

Ottawa Public Health encouraged anyone that develops symptoms after attending last week's protest to get tested, though any associated spike in cases could take weeks to register in the local COVID-19 data.

Health Department spokesman Nate Wardle said the discrepancy could be related to website updates.