The Minnesota Department of Health also reports that the seven-day case positivity average is 2.3 percent, the lowest since the pandemic began.
As of Saturday, the most recent day of data available, 2,964,813 people in Minnesota, or 53.3 percent of the population, had received at least one dose of a COVID-19 vaccine.
When history threw many young people’s carefully laid plans off course, diagnoses of common mental health concerns like anxiety and depression soared — as did the rates of substance use, said Cindy Doth, Hazelden Betty Ford Foundation youth and school outreach manager.
According to the most recent data, 65 percent of people 16 and older had received at least one dose of a COVID-19 vaccine.
The most common complaint: persistent fatigue. A Mayo Clinic study published last month found that 80% of long-haulers complained of fatigue and nearly half of “brain fog.”
After a stretch of increased vaccinations, Minnesota has reported fewer than 5,000 first shots given for three days in a row.
Deaths from alcohol and drugs were up in 2020, continuing a long-term trend. But the number of suicides was down.
The Minnesota Department of Health also reported that Black and Latino Minnesotans have seen some of the highest increases in vaccination rates over the last week of available data, though they still lag behind white residents.
Most Minneapolis City Council members sign on to a letter seeking increased monitoring and an end to any activity on the north Minneapolis site.
Together, the churches collected enough money to eliminate $2,848,121 worth of old medical debts.
The most recent data available show 79 Minnesotans are hospitalized in intensive care with COVID-19, and 170 are in the hospital with COVID-19 not in intensive care.
Since the founding of Sarah’s … an Oasis for Women in the 1990s, it has served more than 600 women from more than 70 nations.
According to the most recent data available, 2,900,110 people in Minnesota — 64 percent of those 16 and older — had received at least one dose of a COVID-19 vaccine.
Instead, the city may be a study in stymied reform, unenforced policies and a lack of transparency.
Roughly 57.7 percent of Minnesotans age 16 and older are now fully vaccinated.
Overall, 64 percent of Minnesotans age 16 and over have received at least one dose of a vaccine, though the rate drops to 61.1 percent for those living in areas with a high social vulnerability index.
The seven-day case positivity rate, which lags by a week, is 4.2 percent — below the 5-percent threshold state officials say is a concerning sign of disease spread.
As of Saturday, 51.4 percent of the population had received at least one dose of a COVID-19 vaccine.
“We need to realize that we all make mistakes,” said Moen. “We’re all working under different timelines. We should try to have grace for ourselves and others.”
MDH also reports that roughly 55.2 percent of state residents 16 and older are fully vaccinated.