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Coronavirus In Wisconsin: State Tops 2,000 COVID-19 Cases For 4th Straight DayWisconsin ranks third in the country behind North Dakota and South Dakota in the number of new virus cases per capita in the last two weeks.
Coronavirus In Minnesota: MDH Reports Total COVID-19 Deaths Surpass 2,000 In StateThe Minnesota Department of Health (MDH) reports 1,478 additional coronavirus cases and 10 more deaths Saturday, as the state's death toll now surpassed 2,000. 
‘The Enemy Is The Virus, Not Each Other’: COVID Survey Halted In Minn. After Incidents Of Racism And IntimidationCOVID-19 survey teams have been pulled from Minnesota after teams reportedly encountered intimidation and racism.
U Of M's Dr. Michael Osterholm Says COVID-19 Is In ‘Fall Surge’, Cites College Students On CampusUniversity of Minnesota’s infectious disease expert Dr. Michael Osterholm says the COVID-19 pandemic is just getting started.
Health Officials Announce Next Batch Of Cities To Have Free COVID-19 Testing Next WeekThe Minnesota Department of Health announced Friday the next cities to get free COVID-19 testing sites next week as part of the four-week push to track how the virus is spreading in the state.
University Of Minnesota Could Adjust Spring Break ScheduleUniversity of Minnesota students would still have a full week off, but by pushing the break back, they could do remote learning after the break and for the rest of the summer.
Coronavirus In Minnesota: Nearly 1,200 Additional COVID-19 Cases Reported, With 6 More DeathsThe Minnesota Department of Health (MDH) updated COVID-19’s impact on the state Friday, reporting 1,191 additional positive cases and six more deaths.
'Unprecedented Demand' For Flu Shots Causing ShortageWith COVID-19 concerns and regular flu season warnings, health care providers say they're seeing an unprecedented demand for flu vaccines.
University Of Minnesota Officials To Discuss Delaying Spring Break Due To COVID ConcernsUniversity of Minnesota officials are considering pushing back 2021's spring break due to COVID-19 concerns.
If COVID Rates Continue Climbing, Experts Warn 'It Won't Be Too Long' Before In-Person Schooling Halts AgainHealth officials are also concerned about the growing number of COVID-19 cases in students.
Minnesota Dept. Of Health Offering Free Community Testing Sites For COVIDYou do need an appointment to get a test, but that's about it. The test is free and you don't need insurance or an ID.
COVID In Minnesota: MDH Updates With 690 More Cases, 6 More DeathsThe Minnesota Department of Health says the state’s total number of confirmed coronavirus cases is at 92,100. Of them, about 83,500 no longer require isolation.