Itasca residents with questions or concerns may leave them at the Itasca County COVID message line, with calls returned 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Monday – Friday. And many of those cases have come in the past few weeks, with county health officials saying Monday that 205 of the cases came in the … Over the past seven days, 32 cases have been newly diagnosed and 90 over the past 14 days. Health officials say nearly 16 percent of the population in Itasca County has received at least one shot of the COVID-19 vaccine. Open 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Monday-Friday. 33.7 in St. Louis County. On a positive note, Chandler also brought up the fact that Itasca County’s COVID-19 cases have been decreasing. Itasca officials seek to bring back the popular Fourth of July fireworks show, but COVID-19 still poses some challenges. Itasca County crash leaves one dead, one critically injured ... Minnesota health officials on Sunday confirmed 779 new COVID-19 cases and seven new deaths due to complications from the coronavirus. As most residents await vaccination, COVID-19 spread in Itasca County remains a reality. Statewide, 13 more school buildings reported at least one new case of COVID-19. Itasca County has seen no additional deaths. 20.4 in Itasca County. When measured as a 14-day average per 10,000 residents, the rate has hovered around 20 over the past week. No Northland schools added to outbreak list. Beltrami has 3,046 cases and 48 deaths, Crow Wing County has 4,986 cases and 80 deaths, and Itasca County has 2,965 cases and 45 deaths. 57.2 in Lake County. Since the start of the pandemic, there have been 18 deaths and 1,108 confirmed COVID-19 cases among Itasca County residents, including 21 new cases reported Tuesday, the Minnesota Department of Health's website shows. Itasca County COVID message line: 218-327-6784. Officials met … More than half of Jackson County’s 36 confirmed COVID-19 cases are either residents or staff members of Manor Court, illustrating the effects of COVID … As of Thursday, four new school buildings were added to the Minnesota Department of Health COVID-19 outbreak list and 13 were removed for a total of 61. The number of COVID-19 cases in Minnesota is 474,169 with 460,537 no longer isolated. Moving forward, she says she is hopeful we are turning a corner in the fight against COVID-19, and that the vaccine sites help combat any potential cases brought on … Also on Friday, Itasca County recorded its 19th death from COVID-19 and Aitkin County recorded its 10th death.