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A sign reads "Welcome. Clean your hands. Take a clean face mask."
A sign encourages people to take safety precautions as they enter the COVID-19 saliva testing site at Ridgeview Elementary School in Bloomington in November.
Christine T. Nguyen | MPR News file 2020

While the state and federal government have increased attention on COVID-19 vaccinations, epidemiologists say testing for COVID-19 has to be a priority to pinpoint an outbreak. 

MPR News and our partners at APM Reports are interested in better understanding the types and costs of COVID-19 tests available across the country.

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COVID-19 in Minnesota

Data in these graphs are based on the Minnesota Department of Health's cumulative totals released at 11 a.m. daily. You can find more detailed statistics on COVID-19 at the Health Department website.

The coronavirus is transmitted through respiratory droplets, coughs and sneezes, similar to the way the flu can spread.

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