Multi-System Inflammatory Syndrome In Children (MIS-C) Statistics - Minnesota Dept. of Health

MIS-C Statistics

This data represents all patients with multisystem inflammatory syndrome in children (MIS-C) who have been reported to the Minnesota Department of Health since May 15, 2020.

Weekly data is reported by MMWR week, which is the week of the year assigned by the National Notifiable Diseases Surveillance System for the purposes of disease reporting and publishing.

There have been no reported deaths from MIS-C in Minnesota to date.

Updated 10/16/2020

Total MIS-C Cases
(Cumulative)
28

COVID-19 Cases by age Group
We are learning more about MIS-C, but it appears to be associated with the virus that causes COVID-19. Not all MIS-C patients are COVID-19 cases.

MIS-C Cases by Week of DiagnosisMinnesota MIS-C diagnosis by week of diagnosis, data in table below

MMWR Week Number of MIS-C Cases
Week 21
(5/17-5/23)
1
Week 22
(5/24-5/30)
1
Week 23
(5/31-6/6)
5
Week 24
(6/7-6/13)
2
Week 25
(6/14-6/20)
4
Week 26
(6/21-6/27)
1
Week 27
(6/28-7/4)
0
Week 28
(7/25-7/11)
0
Week 29
(7/12-7/18)
1
Week 30
(7/19-7/25)
1
Week 31
(7/26-8/1)
0
Week 32
(8/2-8/8)
2
Week 33
(8/9-8/15)
0
Week 34
(8/16-8/22)
1
Week 35
(8/23-8/29)
2
Week 36
(8/30-9/5)
1
Week 37
(9/6-9/12)
1
Week 38
(9/13-9/19)
3
Week 39
(9/20-9/26)
0
Week 40
(9/27-10/3)
0
Week 41
(10/4-10/10)
2

Additional Case Information

Age Group Number of Cases
0-5 Years 17
6-19 Years 11
Unknown/missing 0
Gender Number of Cases
Male 19
Female 9
Other 0
Unknown/missing 0
Race
Number of Cases
White 4
Black 18
Asian 2
American Indian/ Alaska Native 0
Native Hawaiian/ Pacific Islander 0
Multiple races 1
Other 2
Unknown/missing 1
Ethnicity Number of Cases
Hispanic 2
Non-Hispanic 25
Unknown/missing 1

More MIS-C Statistics

Minnesota COVID-19 Statistics

Updated Friday, 16-Oct-2020 13:17:32 CDT