MINNEAPOLIS — The state of Minnesota reported an additional 638 cases of COVID-19 on Labor Day, Sept. 7, bringing the confirmed case total in the state to 81,225.

The state Department of Health confirmed three more deaths from the virus, a person each from Anoka, Carver and Waseca counties. Two of the deaths were people ages 90-94 who lived in long-term care facilities.

Two hundred and seventy-five people hospitalized due to complications from COVID-19, including 136 people in intensive care. There have been 73,403 people in Minnesota who have recovered from COVID-19 and no longer require isolation.

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  • Minnesota Department of Health COVID-19 hotline: 651-201-3920.
  • COVID-19 discrimination hotline: 833-454-0148
  • Minnesota Department of Health COVID-19 website: Coronavirus Disease (COVID-19) website.
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