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A Minnesota Prison Inmate Has Died after Testing Positive for COVID-19

ST. PAUL, Minn. — A 43-year-old Minnesota prison inmate has died after testing positive for COVID-19 earlier this month, state corrections officials said Thursday.

The Minnesota Department of Corrections said Adrian Raymaar Keys died Tuesday night at a hospital. Officials said Keys tested positive for COVID-19 along with a number of other men incarcerated at the correctional facility in Faribault on June 4.

Keys’ condition deteriorated over the weekend and he was hospitalized Monday, officials said.

The medical examiner will determine cause of death. The Corrections Department said if Keys’ death is determined to be related to COVID-19 complications, it would be the first such death of a person incarcerated in the state.

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