On November 10, local time, Minnesota reported 4904 new cases of coronavirus infection on the same day, including 23 deaths. The state’s positive rate has exceeded 10%. As of now, there have been 2,698 deaths in Minnesota.
On the same day, Minnesota Governor Tim Walz said at a press conference that according to a survey of patients with new crowns in the state from June to November, there are 70% of coronavirus infections and weddings in Minnesota. , Private social gatherings, bars and restaurants.
At the press conference, Walz announced new Minnesota restrictions to help fight the spread of the coronavirus pandemic.
The new restrictions include:
Indoor or outdoor social gatherings are limited to 10 people
No more than three families
Weddings, funerals and similar ceremonies are carried out in stages, and the event is limited to 25 people
Between 10 pm and 4 am, parties, company receptions and similar events are prohibited
The capacity of bars and restaurants can only reach 50%, or the total capacity should not exceed 150 people
Counter service cancellation
The restrictions will take effect at 10 pm local time this Friday.
Walz also said that most young people take good precautions to protect themselves and their communities. The same goes for most bars and restaurants. They have done a good job protecting guests and employees, but the new coronavirus spreads uncontrollably like wildfire.