Minnesota’s COVID-19 levels have remained stable over the past month as cold and flu season approaches. The state averaged about 800 to 900 COVID infections per day in September, down from 13-hundred to 14-hundred per day this summer. New hospital admissions haven’t risen so far this fall. Health officials continue to be concerned that COVID could surge again.
Minnesota COVID-19 Levels Stable As Cold, Flu Season Approach
By Ashley Hanley|2022-10-07T05:25:03-05:00October 7th, 2022|