COVID-19 in Maple Grove

This Hennepin County information is the number of COVID-19 cases per 10,000 residents recorded over a 14-day timeframe. For additional COVID-19 data, visit the Hennepin County COVID-19 public dashboard

When city case counts are fewer than 5, the rate is suppressed to "*" for data privacy.

CityApril 26 to May 9May 3 to May 16May 10 to May 23May 17 to May 30May 24 to June 6May 31 to June 13
HC Total63.867.960.550.648.848.8
Brooklyn Center50.857.652.843.437.944.0
Brooklyn Park50.
Eden Prairie64.572.067.054.550.452.9
Golden Valley63.763.770.767.459.466.9
Maple Grove51.955.252.246.343.340.8
New Hope50.757.461.755.048.858.3
St. Louis Park79.583.865.356.060.555.1
**Other NW Suburban HC41.547.040.530.127.927.5
Other W/S Suburban HC51.656.652.039.632.433.3

Other NW Suburban Hennepin County includes: 

  • Corcoran
  • Dayton
  • Greenfield
  • Hanover
  • Medicine Lake
  • Osseo
  • Rockford
  • Saint Anthony

Other W/S Suburban Hennepin County includes: 

  • Chanhassen
  • Deephaven
  • Excelsior
  • Fort Snelling
  • Greenwood
  • Independence
  • Long Lake
  • Loretto
  • Maple Plain
  • Medina
  • Minnetonka Beach
  • Minnetrista
  • Mound
  • Orono
  • Saint Bonifacius
  • Shorewood
  • Spring Park
  • Tonka Bay
  • Wayzata
  • Woodland

About the data

COVID-19 data is provided by Hennepin County Public Health and statistics are updated as new data becomes available to the City of Maple Grove.

This data can provide additional context to inform conversations about differences in community risk with several important caveats:

  • We continue to recommend against using city-level data alone to assess COVID-19 risk in a community. 14-day case incidence is only one measure of the risk of disease transmission within the local community. Interpretation of this data should also consider the rate of transmission in the county as a whole, whether the level of cases per week is sustained, decreasing, or increasing over time, as well as the rates and trends of bordering geographies.
  • The city associated with a case is based on the lab report and may be updated over time with new information. To improve city accuracy, a geocoding process is used. This process may result in small differences from other summaries of case data by city. All data are preliminary and may change as cases are further investigated and information is updated.
  • Not all suspected cases of COVID-19 are tested. These data are not representative of the total number of people who have or have had COVID-19 in Hennepin County.
  • Data for the most current week are excluded because they are considered incomplete due to test reporting timelines. Therefore, these data should be considered a reflection of recent past risk that has been experienced in a community, not as a measure of current risk or future risk.
  • Data for cities with less than 10,000 residents are excluded to protect privacy and increase stability of rates.
  • City populations are estimated according to the 2018 U.S. Census American Community Survey 5-year estimates.