Minnesota Case Information
Not all cases of COVID-19 are tested, so it is not a representative of the total number of people in Minnesota who have or had COVID-19. Number of positive cases is the cases that were tested and returned positive. All data are preliminary and may change as cases are investigated.

Updated March 25, 2020

Positive: 287
Approximate number of completed tests from the MDH Public Health Lab: 6365
Approximate number of completed tests from external laboratories: 5110
Deaths: 1
Total cases requiring hospitalization: 35
Hospitalized as of today: 26
Patients who no longer need to be isolated: 122
Numbers are cumulative since Jan. 20, 2020.

Number of Positive Results by County
County of residence is confirmed during the case interview. At the time of this posting not all interviews have been completed. The data on this map may not equal the total number of reported positive cases.

County Cases
Anoka 7
Benton 1
Big Stone 1
Blue Earth 5
Carver 8
Cass 1
Chisago 2
Clay 3
Dakota 21
Dodge 3
Fillmore 3
Goodhue 1
Hennepin 111
Jackson 1
Lac qui Parle 1
Le Sueur 6
Martin 10
Mower 6
Nicollet 3
Olmsted 21
Ramsey 27
Renville 1
Rice 2
Scott 6
Sherburne 1
St. Louis 3
Stearns 5
Steele 5
Wabasha 3
Waseca 1
Washington 13
Winona 2
Wright 3
We will not release specific locations for any patients being tested in order to protect patient privacy.

Choosing a county on the interactive map above will provide the case count, the legend is located in the upper left. This map will not work if your browser is in compatibility mode.

Cumulative total and daily confirmed cases in Minnesota
Cumulative total and daily confirmed cases in Minnesota:Data reported, Positive cases, Total Positive:
3/6, 1, 1
3/7, , 1
3/8, 1, 2
3/9,, 2
3/10, 1, 3
3/11, 2, 5
3/12, 4,9
3/13, 5, 14
3/14, 7, 21
3/15, 14,35
3/16, 19,54
3/17, 6, 60
3/18, 17, 77
3/19, 12, 89
3/20, 26, 115
3/21, 22, 137
3/22, 32, 169
3/23, 66, 235
3/24, 27, 262
Health professionals evaluating a patient for suspected coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19), should follow guidance for Evaluating and Testing for Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19).
2020 News Releases
For more information about the outbreak, potential risks, and protective recommendations, see CDC: Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19).