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B-B-E zip codes post a one - again

 

March 24, 2022

It's a one once again for new COVID-19 cases.

For the second week in a row, just one new COVID-19 case was reported in the zip code areas of Brooten 56316, Belgrade 56312 and Elrosa 56325. This information was released in the March 24 Minnesota Department of Health report.

This time the lone case was from the Brooten 56316 zip code, while last week's lone case was from the Belgrade 56312 zip code.

Cumulatively, the Brooten 56316 zip code area has had 386 total COVID-19 cases since January 2020. The Belgrade 56312 zip code area has had 688 total COVID-19 cases since January 2020. The Elrosa zip code has had a total of 66 cases reported since January 2020. The prevalence hovers between 25 and 28 percent for all three zip code areas on a population-wide basis.

Area COVID-19 zip code increases (fully updated):

Willmar - 5 new cases (7 last week)

Benson - no new cases (1 last week)

Clara City - 2 new cases (none last week)

Hancock - no new cases (none last week)

Kandiyohi - no new cases (none last week)

Kerkhoven - no new cases (none last week)

Maynard - 1 new case (2 last week)

Morris - 2 new cases (2 last week)

Murdock - no new cases (none last week)

New London - 1 new case (2 last week)

Pennock - 2 new cases (none last week)

Raymond - no new cases (1 last week)

Spicer - 1 new case (3 new last week)

(HD VIDEO) In this nine-minute long video, Dr. Vinay Prasad discusses the notion of a fourth COVID shot, childhood COVID-19 jabs and other topics.

Sunburg - no new cases (none last week)

Alexandria - 16 new cases (5 last week)

Glenwood - 1 new case (1 last week)

Melrose - 1 new case (4 last week)

Osakis - 7 new cases (6 last week)

Paynesville - DECLINE of 3 cases (5 new last week)

Sauk Centre - 4 new cases (5 last week)

Starbuck - 2 new cases (2 last week)

Villard - no new cases (1 last week).

For Paynesville, their number declined by three cases, which means MDH determined that three of their 1,732 cumulative cases were ruled not to be COVID-19 cases.

 

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