Cluster of COVID-19 cases in southern Minnesota tied to reopened bars

A cluster of COVID-19 cases tied to young adults drinking at southern Minnesota bars has raised concerns for state health officials, though it’s unclear whether the infections will cause more hospitalizations and deaths.

Some of the roughly 100 young adults infected during visits to bars on June 12 and 13 — the first weekend they reopened — work in child care. Others work in health care facilities and with people at greater risk of severe COVID-19.


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