Could Minnesota return to May's all-time high COVID-19 levels in a few weeks

[KMSP Fox 9, July 29, 2020] Health experts in Minnesota haven’t been shy about linking an increase in COVID-19 cases to the reopening of bars and restaurants, but they say it’s not the only cause for concern.

“This is a tough hand nature has dealt us and how well we respond to it will determine how many people die,” said Dr. Frank Rhame, an infectious disease specialist.

Dr. Rhame doesn’t want to be an alarmist, but he knows the coronavirus isn’t done. 

“Around 2% of our population in Minnesota has been infected and that’s a lot of firewood left,” said Rhame.

Posted on July 30, 2020 in coronavirusInfectious DiseaseAllina Health Clinics

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