Even though city officials contend their policy has made no-knock warrants safer — and not all of those warrants were necessarily carried out — critics of the practice have expressed surprise at the figures.
While more than 90 percent of residents in far southwest Minneapolis are fully vaccinated, less than 50 percent of residents in other parts of the city are.
The most recent data show 59.1 percent of Minnesotans have received at least one dose of a COVID-19 vaccine, while 55.3 percent of Minnesotans have completed the vaccine series.
With the city finally, maybe, probably, finalizing what Minneapolis voters will encounter on their ballots this fall, here’s a look at what the questions will say — and how the city got there.
Recently filed reports offer some insight into the election six weeks before early voting begins.
What a proposed ballot measure says, what it would do, and what advocates and opponents say it could mean for the city.
Minnesota added 4,151 new COVID-19 cases in the seven days between July 28 and Aug. 3, for an average of 593 new cases per day.
In the Single Room Occupancy model, residents rent individual rooms but share bathrooms and kitchens with others in the building.
The state reports 2,943,057, or 52 percent of the population, have completed the COVID-19 vaccination series.
Minneapolis’ share of ARP funding is $271 million, though the city is planning to spend the money in phases, with the council set to approve the first phase on Friday.
The most recent data show that 54 percent of the population has received at least one dose of a COVID-19 vaccine, while 51 percent of the population has completed a vaccination series.
The state reports that 2,840,671 Minnesotans, or 51 percent of the population, have completed the vaccination series.
The most recent data available show 32 Minnesotans are hospitalized in intensive care with COVID-19, and 82 are in the hospital with COVID-19 not in intensive care.
The Department of Health also reported Thursday that four more people have died of COVID-19 in Minnesota.
Seven more Minnesotans have died of COVID-19, the Minnesota Department of Health said Thursday.
The Minnesota Department of Health also reports that the seven-day case positivity average is 2.3 percent, the lowest since the pandemic began.