Why Does Wisconsin Have More Cases OF COVID-19 Than Minnesota?On Thursday, Minnesota reported it now has 1,192 confirmed cases of COVID-19. Wisconsin’s confirmed cases now stand at 3,875. For the past two weeks, Wisconsin has consistently reported twice the cases as Minnesota.
What's Behind The Toilet Paper Shortage?Experts say, even before COVID-19, the whole supply chain of toilet paper was already very efficient. Machines were running 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
The Do's And Don'ts Of Face Masks, Including How Best To Clean ThemAccording to the CDC, it needs to fit comfortably, but snugly around the face and be secured with ear loops.
What Does Minnesota's COVID-19 Modeling Say?Minnesota Governor Tim Walz has said the information from state’s COVID-19 modeling is one of the major considerations in the stay-at-home order.
How Many COVID-19 Patients Do Not Show Symptoms?A local doctor says it could have to do with differences in immune systems or how heavy the exposure was to the patient.
How Well Are We Social Distancing?On Tuesday, Minnesota’s Commissioner of Health Jan Malcolm said social distancing is “having a positive impact” on keeping down the number of COVID-19 cases.
What Is Hydroxychloroquine?President Trump has said the anti-malaria drug hydroxychloroquine “could be a game-changer” in the fight against COVID-19.
How Does COVID-19 Spread?New research suggests that the virus could be spread by simple breathing.
Why Aren't There Enough COVID-19 Tests, And Why Do Some States Have More?On Wednesday, Minnesota’s Commissioner of Health said Minnesota has put in specific requests, for more supplies from the U.S. Health and Human Services.
How Do COVID-19 Antibody Tests Work And Why Are They So Important?Experts say they could be key to fighting the disease.
Who Can Expect A $1,200 Payment? When Will It Arrive? Could You Get More?Most American adults will get a payment.
How Do Ventilators Work?“The ventilator works to provide extra oxygen to people who need it and it allows the patients to exhale so that the carbon dioxide can be removed from the body."
How Does The State Determine Which Businesses Are Essential?78% of Minnesota jobs are in critical industries, like public works, energy, financial services, teachers and much more.
Coronavirus In Minnesota: How Soaps, Disinfectants Kill COVID-19For all the difficulty this novel coronavirus has given us, coronaviruses themselves are relatively easy to kill.
Coronavirus In Minnesota: How To Find Inner Peace In 'A Time Of Dread'"Trying to find joy in the smallest moments in a time of dread is I think what will keep us sane."