Minnesota reported 38 more people with COVID-19 and one new death in St. Louis County on Saturday.
The individual who died from the illness was between the age of 80-84, according to the Minnesota Department of Health.
In the last seven days, St. Louis County has recorded an average of 54 more people with COVID-19 a day.
The University of Minnesota Duluth recorded 32 more students and employees with COVID-19 between Oct. 4-10, according to its dashboard. Thirteen of those people were believed to have been on campus while infected, as determined in contact tracing interviews. Seven of those 13 people live on campus.
Between Oct. 8-14, 15 cases have been linked to colleges across St. Louis County in the Minnesota State Colleges and Universities system, according to its dashboard.
Six of those were employees of Lake Superior College in Duluth. The college did not record any new student cases.
Hibbing Community College recorded its first two employees with COVID-19 and three more students. Mesabi Range College in Virginia recorded three students who tested positive and its first employee.
Seventeen more residents of Itasca County, with a population of about 45,000, have tested positive. The county has recorded an average of 16 new cases a day in the last seven days.
Between Oct. 8-14. Itasca Community College in Grand Rapids recorded five employees with COVID-19 and now new student cases.
Aitkin County recorded six more people with COVID-19. Aitkin County, which has almost 16,000 residents, experienced its largest rate of increase in the last week. The seven-day average of new cases was nearly five new cases a day as of Saturday.
Four more residents of Lake County have tested positive, putting the county's 7-day average of new cases at 1.8.
Koochiching and Carlton counties each recorded three more people with COVID-19 on Saturday. The 7-day average of new cases in Carlton County was 5.1 new cases a day on Saturday while in Koochiching County it was 2.1.
Fond du Lac Tribal and Community College in Cloquet recorded its second student with COVID-19 between Oct. 8-14. The college had not recorded any cases among employees.
Cook County recorded one person with COVID-19, its first case reported by the state since Oct. 12.
Statewide, Minnesota reported 1,704 more people who tested positive for the coronavirus. Completed diagnostic tests were up by 28,216, putting the state's single-day testing positivity rate, meaning the percentage of tests that come back positive, at 6%.
A total of five more Minnesotans have recently died from the illness, including the St. Louis County resident.
The Wisconsin Department of Health Services did not report new numbers Saturday as its data reporting system undergoes an update over the weekend, according to a tweet from DHS. The state will not update its website on Sunday either.