Bonanza Valley posts another zero - more good news!
July 29 MDH COVID-19 zip code report brings continued good news for the B-B-E zip code areas
July 29, 2021
How about that! We can essentially re-post what was written last week on July 22. Read below.
The good news continues for the zip code areas of Brooten, Belgrade and Elrosa after data was released in the July 29 Minnesota Department of Health COVID-19 report. The population of men, women and children (approx. 4,300) living in the zip codes 56316, 56312 and 56325 went yet another week without having any new COVID-19 cases reported. The last reported COVID-19 case for these zip code areas was posted on June 17.
Dating back to May 20, no new COVID-19 cases have been reported in the Brooten zip code, which has approximately 1,500 men, women and children.
Since January 2020, the Brooten zip code (population approximately 1,500) has reported a cumulative total of 159 COVID-19 cases. No new COVID-19 cases have been reported in the 56316 zip code since May 20. For Belgrade's zip code of 56312 (population approx. 2,600), the last reported COVID-19 case was released in the June 17 MDH report. The June 17 report listed one new COVID-19 case for the zip code area of Belgrade.
Dating back to December 16, 2020, the zip code (town) of Elrosa (population approx. 230) has reported just one new COVID-19 case. Since January 2020, the town of Elrosa has had just 18 documented cases of COVID-19, which includes symptomatic and asymptomatic cases.
At the Sunburg zip code (56289), their rural and city area reported no new COVID-19 cases in the past week (reported between July 22 and July 28 to the MDH).
At the Glenwood zip code (56334), their area reported one new COVID-19 case in the past week.
At the Paynesville zip code (56362), their area reported three new COVID-19 cases in the past week.
At the Sauk Centre zip code (56352), their area reported seven new COVID-19 cases in the past week.
At the New London zip code (56273), their area reported three new COVID-19 cases in the past week.
Remember! COVID-19 primarily, but not exclusively, affects those with metabolic health issues, or more specifically, metabolic syndrome. A few examples of metabolic syndromes are:
• High blood pressure
• Cardiovascular disease
• High cholesterol
• Insulin resistance.
You can learn more about metabolic syndrome at the following video (short link) = https://bit.ly/3i3lpaZ.