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Now with 2,000 COVID-19 deaths, Minnesota health leaders consider what state has learned and lost


September 28, 2020

Aaron Lavinsky – Star Tribune

In March, Minnesota Health Commissioner Jan Malcolm announced the state's first confirmed case of the coronavirus. With her were Kris Ehresmann, who oversees infections diseases for the department, and Gov. Tim Walz.

The COVID-19 pandemic has inundated people with waves of numbers about infections and positivity rates and diagnostic test performance, but the milestone Minnesota reached this weekend is sobering.

Two thousand deaths.

That's the population of Hinckley, Eyota, or Warroad.


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