The number of recovered cases in the county has remained at 616.
The current median age of COVID-19 cases in Minnesota has dropped to 39. The others are Polk with 5,968; Woodbury, 3,147; Black Hawk, 2,070; Buena Vista, 1,695; Linn, 1,191; Dallas, 1,174; and Johnson, 1,098.
More than 1,400 Minnesotans have now died due to complications related to COVID-19. Almost 80 percent of the state's deaths are from congregate care making up 1,116 of the 1,417 total deaths.
Ehresmann said some of those testing positive work at child care facilities.
The owner of a Minnesota bar that was among four establishments identified by state health officials for contributing to a recent surge in COVID-19 cases among young adults said Saturday he has instituted aggressive measures to keep customers safe.
Saturday's figures show 300 cases now in the hospital which is down from 335. Of Monday's total, 35 are in intensive care units and 18 are on ventilators.
There have been 18 COVID-19 deaths in Marshall County and 707 statewide. As of June 26, 4,892 tests of incarcerated individuals had been conducted at the Faribault facility, with 206 tests positive.