The Minnesota Department of Health also announced Tuesday that 15 more Minnesotans with COVID-19 have died.
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Sunday’s 18 deaths follow 20 deaths announced on Saturday, for a total of 38 announced over the course of the weekend.
The Minnesota Department of Health also announced Friday that 18 more Minnesotans with COVID-19 had died, bringing the total since the start of the pandemic to 2,437.
The court ruled that ballots received after 8 p.m. must be segregated from other ballots to allow for their removal from vote totals in the presidential election, pending further judicial review.
The data offers a look at the state of the races that are likely to determine control of the Legislature, particularly the state Senate.
Nineteen more Minnesotans have died of COVID-19, the Minnesota Department of Health said Wednesday.
The Minnesota Department of Health also announced that 15 more Minnesotans with COVID-19 have died.
In normal years, many Minnesotans struggle more with mental health over the winter. The pandemic is expected to worsen that.
Other issues, like the importance of addressing climate change or concern about COVID-19, revealed clear partisan splits.
Since the start of the pandemic, a total of 2,246 Minnesotans who tested positive for COVID-19 have died.
The poll also found a close contest in Minnesota’s Senate race between Sen. Tina Smith and Jason Lewis.
Trump’s retreat from the Minnesota airwaves, a very competitive Senate race (south of the border); and more.