ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) — Minnesota has confirmed its 10th case of fungal meningitis as part of a national outbreak tied to tainted steroids from a Massachusetts pharmacy.

The initial announcement from the Minnesota Department of Health on Tuesday did not give details about the patient.

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The department has said around 985 patients associated with six Minnesota clinics received injectable steroids linked to the fungal meningitis outbreak that were produced by the New England Compounding Center.

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Some 111 Minnesota clinics in all have received drugs from the facility.

Nationally, the tainted steroids have been linked to more than 350 illnesses and 25 deaths in 19 states.

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