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Latest COVID-19 numbers

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Here are the latest numbers of positive COVID-19 cases across Minnesota, Wisconsin and Michigan.

UPDATED 11/27/2020 at 3:30 PM

MN-295,001 (3,476 deaths)
WI- 374,537 (3,240 deaths)
MI- 369,801 (9,357 deaths)

Next, here are the latest numbers of positive COVID-19 cases in the Northland, county by county:

  • St. Louis: 8,141 (108 deaths)
  • Carlton: 1,704 (14 deaths)
  • Lake: 391 (6 death)
  • Cook: 63
  • Koochiching: 367 (5 deaths)
  • Lake of the Woods: 94 (1 death)
  • Itasca: 1,791 ( 23 deaths)
  • Cass: 1,333 (10 deaths)
  • Crow Wing: 3,447 (31 deaths)
  • Beltrami: 2,025 (17 deaths)
  • Aitkin: 717 (29 deaths)
  • Pine: 858 (4 deaths)
  • Douglas: 1,334 ( 1death)
  • Bayfield: 280 (6 deaths)
  • Ashland: 301 (7 deaths)
  • Iron: 216 (6 deaths)
  • Burnett: 328 (9 deaths)
  • Washburn: 267 (2 deaths)
  • Sawyer: 419 (4 deaths)
  • Price: 411 (3 deaths)
  • Gogebic: 329 (3 deaths)

Of the positive cases in Minnesota, 21,846 of them are health care workers.

Of the 3,476 deaths in Minnesota, 2,355 of them have been those in long-term care or assisted living facilities.

A total of 4,012,524 tests have been completed and of the people who have tested positive, 244,982 of them no longer need to be isolated. MDH also notes that approximately 2,420,584 people have been tested.

Michigan has completed 3,869,764 COVID-19 tests.

The Michigan and Wisconsin Health Departments don't have the number of people who have recovered listed as of now.

As of 11:00 A.M. Friday, the United States has about 12.9 million cases with about 263,551 deaths. The top three countries with the most COVID-19 cases and their deaths are listed below:

  • United States: 12,907,333 (263,551 deaths)
  • India: 9,309,787 (135,715 deaths)
  • Brazil: 6,204,220 (171,460 deaths)

Worldwide, there are 61,240,522 confirmed cases with 1,437,199 deaths.

Of the confirmed cases in the United States, 3,674,981 people have recovered. There have been a total of 148,636,454 tests conducted.

You can click here for the latest number of COVID-19 cases worldwide, or here to access data for Minnesotahere for Wisconsinhere for Michigan, and here for the U.S. and worldwide cases.

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