MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — Over the weekend, lab-confirmed COVID-19 cases in Minnesota neared 28,000 and deaths rose to nearly 1,200. Meanwhile, Gov. Tim Walz says loosened restrictions for many places will begin on Wednesday. Below are today’s headlines.
- 11 a.m.: MDH reports 338 new COVID-19 cases as state’s death toll nears 1,200.
- 8 a.m.: The federal government’s supply of remdesivir, an FDA-authorized drug that was found to lessen the recovery time for patients hospitalized with the coronavirus, could be tapped out by the end of June.
- 7 a.m.: NYC begins reopening, but concerns loom.
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