Tuesday, May 24, 2022

Putting St. Louis County Minnesota's current 7-day average of new Covid cases in perspective


St. Louis County currently has the 2nd highest percentage increase of new Covid cases among Minnesota's 87 counties during the past 14 days. 

Daily average of new Covid cases here has increased 275% during the past month. On the other hand, daily average of new Covid cases has decreased 80% since its January 2022 peak of 493.

Covid data:  New York Times (above and below)
Headline:  KBJR, 5/23/2022
The CDC recently designated St. Louis County’s COVID-19 spread as “high.” “This is not a decision that we make lightly, and is a short-term step which we feel is in the best interest of our staff, their families, and the public.” 
The City continues to track information, data, and recommendations from the CDC, Minnesota Department of Health, local hospitals, and St. Louis County and strongly encourages members of the public to follow CDC guidelines around high community spread of COVID-19.

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