MINNEAPOLIS (WCCCO) — The Centers for Disease Control on Prevention is sending millions of dollars to states across the country, including Minnesota, for the coronavirus (COVID-19) response.

On Wednesday, the CDC announced the State of Minnesota will be awarded with $10,048,123.80 to support its response to the coronavirus. The state previously received $500,000 from the CDC.

A state-by-state breakdown is available right here.

The state’s confirmed cases rose to five Wednesday, with one in Ramsey County and another in Olmsted County.

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The University of Minnesota also announced it will suspend all in-person classes until at least the start of April.