MDH Weekly COVID-19 Report 9/3/2020

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Minnesota Department of HealthWEEKLY COVID-19 REPORT9/3/2020This MDH Weekly COVID-19 Report presents data in an easy to interpret way and enhances theinformation provided in the daily Situation Update for COVID-19 web page with trends and situationalinsights as well as trends over time. Minnesota Situation Update for Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) us/situation.html)updated daily at 11 a.m. Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) Cases in the U.S. pdates/cases-in-us.html) Neighboring states’ COVID-19 information: Wisconsin: Outbreaks in Wisconsin ) Iowa: Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) l-Coronavirus) North Dakota: Coronavirus Cases onavirus/north-dakota-coronavirus-cases) South Dakota: Novel Coronavirus Updates and Information a Department of Health Weekly COVID-19 Report: Updated 9/3/2020 with data current as of 4 p.m. the previous day.Page 1

About Minnesota COVID-19 Data Many people with COVID-19 are not tested, so thelaboratory-confirmed cases in this report represent only afraction of the total number of people in Minnesota whohave had COVID-19. Data is for cases that were tested andreturned positive.All data is preliminary and may change as cases areinvestigated. Many data points are collected during caseinterviews. Data presented below is for all cases,regardless of interview status. Data for cases pendinginterview may be listed as “unknown/missing”.Weekly data is reported by MMWR week, which is theweek of the year assigned by the National NotifiableDiseases Surveillance System for the purposes of diseasereporting and publishing.Numbers listed as cumulative total are cumulative sinceJan. 20, 2020.ContentsAbout Minnesota COVID-19 Data. 2COVID-19 Overview Summary. 3Laboratory Tests for COVID-19. 4Number of Tests and Percent Positive by Week. 5Laboratory Test Rates by County of Residence. 6Percent of Tests Positive by County of Residence.7Weekly Percent of Tests Positive by County of Residence. 8Testing Demographics: Age. 9Testing Demographics: Gender. 10Laboratory Confirmed Cases.11New Cases by Week, 7-Day Average.12Cases by County of Residence.13Cumulative Case Rate by County of Residence.14Weekly Case Rate by County of Residence.15Hospitalizations, ICU Hospitalizations.16Hospitalizations by Week, 7-Day Average. 17ICU Hospitalizations by Week, 7-Day Average.18Deaths.19Deaths by Week, 7-Day Average. 20Deaths by County of Residence .21Demographics: Age.22Cases by Age Group and Specimen Collection Date.23Demographics: Gender.24Demographics: Race & Ethnicity.25Age-Adjusted Race & Ethnicity Rates.26Demographics: Interview Language. 27Interview Language by County of Residence.28Likely Exposure.29Cases by Likely Exposure and Specimen Collection Date .30Residence Type.31Occupational Related Cases: Health Care.32Potential Exposure in Child Care Settings.33Cases Associated with Congregate Care Settings.34Congregate Care Facility Outbreaks.35health.mn.gov/coronavirusResponse Metrics: Testing and Interview Timing.36Syndromic Surveillance. 37Minnesota Department of Health Weekly COVID-19 Report: Updated 9/3/2020 with data current as of 4 p.m. the previous day.Page 2

COVID-19 Overview Summary1,540,10778,123Total Laboratory Tests(cumulative)6,592Total Confirmed Cases(cumulative)90,0001,863Total Hospitalizations(cumulative)1,837Total ICU Hospitalizations(cumulative)70,175Total Deaths(cumulative)No Longer Needing Isolation(cumulative)Total hospitalized (cumulative) by date reported by MDHTotal Deaths (cumulative) by date reported by MDHTotal confirmed cases (cumulative) by date specimen collected80,00070,00060,00050,000Due to the need to confirmreports and reporting delays,data may be incomplete40,00030,00020,00010,000MN Phases of ReopeningStay Home MN3/26-5/17Phase I5/18-6/1Phase II6/1-6/9Phase III6/10-present8/30Week 36:8/30-9/58/23Week 35:8/23-8/298/16Week 34:8/16-8/228/9Week 33:8/9-8/158/2Week 32:8/2-8/87/26Week 31:7/26-8/17/19Week 30:7/19-7/257/12Week 29:7/12-7/187/5Week 28:7/5-7/116/28Week 27:6/28-7/46/21Week 26:6/21-6/276/14Week 25:6/14-6/206/7Week 24:6/7-6/135/31Week 23:5/31-6/65/24Week 22:5/24-5/305/17Week 21:5/17-5/235/10Week 20:5/10-5/165/3Week 19:5/3-5/94/26Week 18:4/26-5/24/19Week 17:4/19-4/254/12Week 16:4/12-4/184/5Week 15:4/5-4/113/29Week 14:3/29-4/43/22Week 13:3/22-3/283/15Week 12:3/15-3/213/8Week 11:3/8-3/14Week 10:3/1-3/7MMWR Week3/10Mask Mandate7/25-present More information on the MN Phases of Reopening can be found in the Minnesota’s Stay Safe Plan mn/stay-safe-plan.jsp) Detailed data for this chart is outlined in the following pages. Current data: Minnesota Situation Update for Coronavirus Disease 2019 us/situation.html)Minnesota Department of Health Weekly COVID-19 Report: Updated 9/3/2020 with data current as of 4 p.m. the previous day.Page 3

Laboratory Tests for COVID-19Testing numbers show how many total tests have been done for people who live in Minnesota. Some people get tested more thanonce. Tests are reported per test to account for changes in testing capacity and for individuals who are tested more than once overthe course of the pandemic. Tests are reported by the date the test was run in the laboratory.1,540,107Total Laboratory Tests(cumulative) Current data: Minnesota Situation Update for Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) us/situation.html)Minnesota Department of Health Weekly COVID-19 Report: Updated 9/3/2020 with data current as of 4 p.m. the previous day.Page 4

Number of Tests and Percent Positive by WeekNumber of Weeklytests and percentageby date of laboratoryOnly testsreported by Testslaboratoriesreporting bothDatepositive and negative results are included inNumberpositiveand PercentPosi vetesting.COVID-19Laboratoryby Specimenpositivity calculations. Percent positive is the percent of positive tests from the total number of tests by county of residence.MMWR WeekNumber of TestsPercent of Tests PositiveWeek 10: 3/1-3/71121.8%Week 11: 3/8-3/142,8193.3%Week 12: 3/15-3/219,3212.5%Week 13: 3/22-3/289,5544.0%Week 14: 3/29-4/410,7574.5%Week 15: 4/5-4/1110,3577.1%Week 16: 4/12-4/1810,75810.1%Week 17: 4/19-4/2517,57514.1%Week 18: 4/26-5/228,68714.3%Week 19: 5/3-5/936,78112.3%100%90%80%Percent of Tests Posi ve70%60%50%40%30%20%Week 20: 5/10-5/1648,3369.9%Week 21: 5/17-5/2356,6629.9%Week 22: 5/24-5/3060,5126.7%4.9%Week 23: 5/31-6/669,640Week 24: 6/7-6/1384,2123.4%Week 25: 6/14-6/2085,3353.4%Week 26: 6/21-6/2794,5283.7%Week 27: 6/28-7/485,4954.3%Week 28: 7/5-7/11107,6744.7%Week 29: 7/12-7/18111,6004.6%Week 30: 7/19-7/25106,5335.0%Week 31: 7/26-8/1104,7045.0%Week 32: 8/2-8/8102,1064.7%Week 33: 8/9-8/15100,1704.8%Week 34: 8/16-8/22101,0815.0%Week 35: 8/23-8/2997,1445.5%Percent of Tests Posi vesDue to delays in deduplication of 120,000results data are subject to 040,00030,00020,00010%Aug 23Week 35:8/23-8/29Aug 16Week 34:8/16-8/22Aug 9Week 33:8/9-8/15Aug 2Week 32:8/2-8/8Jul 26Week 31:7/26-8/1Jul 19Week 30:7/19-7/25Jul 12Week 29:7/12-7/18Jul 5Week 28:7/5-7/11Jun 28Week 27:6/28-7/4Jun 21Week 26:6/21-6/27Jun 14Week 25:6/14-6/20Jun 7Week 24:6/7-6/13May 31Week 23:5/31-6/6May 24Week 22:5/24-5/30May 17Week 21:5/17-5/23May 10Week 20:5/10-5/16May 3Week 19:5/3-5/9Apr 26Week 18:4/26-5/2Apr 19Week 17:4/19-4/25Apr 12Week 16:4/12-4/18Apr 5Week 15:4/5-4/11Mar 29Week 14:3/29-4/4Mar 22Week 13:3/22-3/28Mar 15Week 12:3/15-3/21Week 11:3/8-3/14Mar 80Mar 10%Week 10:3/1-3/7MMWR Week10,000Home MNPhase IPhase II Phase IIIMask MandateSource: MDH analysis of MDH PublicStayHealthLab and private lab repor ng on COVID-19tes ngfor MN Residents. Data is reported at thetest level using the specimen date.3/26-5/175/18-6/16/1-6/9 6/10-present7/25-presentPercent of posi ve tests is the percentage of tests posi ve out of the total number of tests for the week.MN Phases of ReopeningMinnesota Department of Health Weekly COVID-19 Report: Updated 9/3/2020 with data current as of 4 p.m. the previous day.Page 5Number of Weekly TestsNumber of Tests

Laboratory Test Rates by County of Residence000People,CountyCumulativeratebyof testsby county of residence per 10,000 people. Only tests reported by10,000People,reportingby Countylaboratoriesboth positive and negative results are included.9042,783tests per 10,000 people statewideCountyNumber of TestsCumulative RateCountyNumber of TestsCumulative ,737Mille g Stone1,0502,093Mower19,4584,913Blue ted58,5643,826Chippewa3,7283,104Otter tonwood2,7722,438Pope2,2692,066Crow Red 0St. chiching2,4691,953Wadena3,4702,543Lac qui ton67,2982,657Lake of the Woods4041,061Watonwan3,7823,447Le omen1,0381,885Yellow g123,736Becker4,947Beltrami9044,947Minnesota Department of Health Weekly COVID-19 Report: Updated 9/3/2020 with data current as of 4 p.m. the previous day.Page 6

Percent of Tests Positive by County of ResidencePositive number of tests and positivity calculations include only tests reported by labs that report both positive andnegative results. Percent positive is the percent of positive tests from the total number of tests by county of residence.0.0%28.1%0.0%5.5%% positive statewideCounty% PositiveCounty% %Meeker3.6%3.7%Mille Lacs2.4%Benton5.2%Morrison2.1%Big Stone3.1%Mower6.8%Blue %Chippewa3.9%Otter od7.6%Pope2.7%Crow Wing2.8%Ramsey7.2%Dakota6.7%Red ne4.0%Hennepin7.5%Sibley5.6%Houston2.6%St. 5%Lac qui Parle2.5%Waseca4.6%Lake2.4%Washington4.9%Lake of the Woods2.0%Watonwan11.8%Le right5.3%Mahnomen2.3%Yellow ta Department of Health Weekly COVID-19 Report: Updated 9/3/2020 with data current as of 4 p.m. the previous day.Page 7

Weekly Percent of Tests Positive by County of ResidencePercent of positive tests by county of residence in Minnesota by week of specimen collection. Only tests reported by laboratories reporting both positive and negativeresults are included in positivity calculations. Percent positive is the percent of positive tests from the total number of tests by county of residence.Weekly Percent of Tests Posi ve Statewide and by County of Residence30:WeekWeek31: 34 ending 8/22/2020Week 32:Week 30Weekbeginning7/19/2020 through7/19-7/25Week 30Statewide: 5.0%7/26-8/1Week 31Statewide: 5.0%8/2-8/8Week 32Statewide: 4.7%Week 33:8/9-8/15Week 33Statewide: 4.8%Week 34:8/16-8/22Week 34Statewide: 5.0% 2020 Mapbox OpenStreetMapAitkinAnokaBeckerBeltramiBentonBig StoneBlue rwaterCookCo onwoodCrow WingDakotaDodgeDouglasFaribaultWeek30 31 32 33 34 1% of tests1% to 2% of bbardIsan ItascaJacksonKanabecKandiyohiKi sonKoochichingLac qui ParleLakeLake of the WoodsLe SueurLincolnLyonMahnomenMarshallWeek30 31 32 33 342% to 3% of tests3% to 5% of testsMar nMcLeodMeekerMille O er TailPenningtonPinePipestonePolkPopeRamseyRed LakeRedwoodRenvilleRiceWeek30 31 32 33 345% to 7% of tests7% to 10% of testsRockRoseauSco SherburneSibleySt LouisStearnsSteeleStevensSwi ilkinWinonaWrightYellow MedicineWeek30 31 32 33 3410% to 15% of tests15 % of testsSource: MDH analysis of MDH Public Health Lab and private lab repor ng on COVID-19 tes ng for MN Residents. Data is reported at the test level using the specimen date. Data beginning 7/19/2020through 8/22/2020. Week is MMWR week, which is the week of the epidemiologic year for which the Na onal No fiable Diseases Surveillance System (NNDSS) disease report is assigned for the purposesof MMWR disease incidence repor ng and publishing. Posi vity is only calculated using results from labs repor ng both posi ve and nega ve results.CountyMMWR Week 30MMWR Week 31MMWR Week 32MMWR Week 33MMWR Week .6%6.4%Benton3.4%4.6%2.2%4.4%4.3%Big Stone4.1%0.0%0.0%8.9%7.9%Blue 6%0.9%0.0%Cottonwood6.6%4.6%2.6%5.0%3.5%Crow 5.8%4.0%3.4%2.8%Lac qui ake of the Woods0.0%0.0%8.3%3.8%0.0%Le 2.6%2.6%Mille .9%3.6%3.6%Otter 1%2.0%Ramsey6.3%7.1%7.1%5.6%5.9%Red %3.3%Sibley4.6%3.5%4.3%6.4%12.2%St %Yellow .8%5.0%4.6%4.9%4.9%4.7%4.7%6.8%5.0% Downloadable CSV file of current data for these maps is provided at: Minnesota COVID-19 Weekly Report us/stats/index.html)Minnesota Department of Health Weekly COVID-19 Report: Updated 9/3/2020 with data current as of 4 p.m. the previous day.Page 8

TestingDemographics: AgeTes ng by Age GroupNumber of positive and negative tests by age group. Only tests reported by laboratories reporting both positive and negative results are included in positivitycalculations, inconclusive test results are not included.130K130,000ResultNega vePosi ve120K120,000110K110,000100K100,00080,00080KNumber of TestsNumber of 30K30,00020K20,00010K10,0000-4 0-45-9 -8485-8985-8990-9490-9495-9995-99100 100 632Minnesota Department of Health Weekly COVID-19 Report: Updated 9/3/2020 with data current as of 4 p.m. the previous day.TotalUnk./NullmissingAge Group(in years)0K084,3831,452,289Page 9

Tes ngby GenderTestingDemographics:GenderNumber of positive900Kand negative tests by gender. Only tests reported by laboratories reporting both positive and negative results are included in positivitycalculations, inconclusive test results are not included.ResultNega ve800K800,000Posi ve700,000700K500,000500KNumber of TestsNumber of 289Minnesota Department of Health Weekly COVID-19 Report: Updated 9/3/2020 with data current as of 4 p.m. the previous day.Page 10

Laboratory Confirmed CasesConfirmed cases are individual people who live in

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