More than 12,400 Minnesotans have tested positive for COVID-19 and 614 have died, according to the Minnesota Department of Health.
The totals reported Tuesday include 695 new cases and 23 deaths.
More than 5,000 tests were completed between Sunday and Monday, the highest daily total since the state announced in late April a plan to increase testing capacity. The daily totals still remain far below the maximum capacity of about 10,000 tests per day.
A total of 120,834 Minnesotans have been tested.
Of the 12,494 people who have tested positive for COVID-19, 8,223 have recovered and no longer need to be isolated.
For more data related to the coronavirus pandemic in Minnesota and the United States, check out Minnesota Reformer’s daily COVID-19 tracker.
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