COVID In Minnesota: Vulnerable Residents Crossing State Lines For VaccineVaccinations are simply not coming fast enough for many younger Minnesotans with health issues, and some of them are having more luck crossing state lines.
Wisconsin To Get 47,000 Doses Of Johnson & Johnson VaccineThe news came the same day that teachers, child care workers, grocery store employees and others in a group of about 700,000 became eligible for the vaccine.
COVID Pandemic In MN: State Will Get 45K Johnson & Johnson Vaccine Doses This WeekAs March begins in Minnesota, over 900,000 people in the state have received at least one vaccine dose. Meanwhile, health officials on Monday reported 636 more virus cases and three more deaths.
A Deeper Look At The Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 VaccineMinnesotans will soon have access to what Gov. Tim Walz calls a “game changer” in the fight against COVID-19.
COVID In Minnesota: MDH Reports 813 New Cases, 8 DeathsA day after Johnson & Johnson's one-shot COVID-19 vaccine gained authorization for emergency use, the Minnesota Department of Health reported 813 new cases and eight more deaths.
62 Minnesotans Learn Their First COVID Vaccine Doses Were Mistakenly DilutedThe Minnesota Health Department says it's not likely the 62 patients will have to start their vaccination cycles over.
Gov. Walz Calls Johnson & Johnson COVID Vaccine A 'Game-Changer' After FDA ApprovalThe new vaccine will not immediately add a significant boost to America's vaccine availability. Johnson & Johnson announced earlier this week it expected under 4 million doses would be ready to ship after the emergency use authorization.
Minnesotans Argue State Not Appropriately Prioritizing Vaccines For Those With Underlying ConditionsThe governor's plan does include vaccinating people with some specific high-risk health condition during the next round.
Double The Doses Given At Minneapolis Convention Center To Make Up For Severe Weather DelayState officials say they expect to eventually give out 6,000 doses a day at the MCC regularly later this spring when more doses are available.
COVID In Minnesota: MDH Reports 826 Cases, 13 DeathsMinnesota health officials on Saturday reported an additional 826 cases of COVID-19 and 13 deaths.
Minnesota's Budget Forecast Takes A Major TurnThe economic forecast detailed Friday represents nearly a $3 billion swing from the December estimate.
M Health Fairview's Volunteer Effort Crucial To Vaccine DistributionVolunteers have answered the call to help in the vaccination distribution process in a big way. When M Health Fairview asked for volunteers, more than 2,100 people responded, including Lisa Nasseff.
Until Kids Can Get Vaccinated, Families With Vulnerable Children Stuck In LimboIf all goes well, it will still be many months before COVID-19 vaccines are available for kids.
Mankato Hy-Vee Incorrectly Dilutes Vaccines, Administers To 62 PatientsA Hy-Vee pharmacy in Mankato incorrectly diluted doses of the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine, a mix-up which has impacted 62 of their patients.
COVID In Minnesota: 1,156 Cases, 12 New Deaths ReportedA day after Gov. Tim Walz announced the next steps of the COVID-19 vaccine rollout in Minnesota, state health officials reported 1,156 additional cases and 12 deaths.
How Do Minnesota's Vaccination Efforts Stack Up To Other States?Some say other states seem to be vaccinating families faster and wonder how Minnesota stacks up.
Wisconsin Teachers, Child Care Workers Eligible For Vaccine MondayTeachers belong to a group of 700,000 people who will be eligible for the vaccine starting Monday, joining those over 65.
Seniors Still Frustrated, Waiting For Vaccines As Minnesota Looks To Next PhaseKelsey LaValle has been trying to help her 70-year-old aunt get the COVID-19 vaccine. She says she's signed up for every list to be notified but so far, no luck.
Hospitality, Travel Industries See ‘Glimmers Of Hope’ For Job Return, Economic RecoveryMore than 36,000 travel and hospitality workers in Minneapolis have been impacted by the pandemic.
Minnesota State Fair Officials Planning To Go Ahead In 2021, For NowThe fair was canceled last year because of the coronavirus; it was the first time the fair had been canceled in about three-quarters of a century.
COVID In Minnesota: MDH Reports 996 More Positive Cases And 7 More DeathsAs of Feb. 20, there have been 1,142,741 doses of the COVID vaccine distributed in the state. So far, 370,981 people have completed the vaccine series.
Wild To Allow Additional Fans In Stands Starting This WeekendThe Minnesota Wild will expand the number of people they have in the stands during games this weekend.
Best Buy To Offer PTO To Vaccinated Hourly EmployeesBest Buy's statement clarified employees will not have time off to get the vaccine, but rather will be gifted time off to use as they please once their vaccination has been verified.
Walz To Announce 70% Of Minnesotans 65+ Will Receive Vaccine Before Expanding EligibilityA spokesperson for Gov. Tim Walz said the governor will announce Thursday that the state will administer the COVID-19 vaccine to 70% of Minnesotans over 65 before expanding eligibility to other groups.
Clarifying COVID: How Long Does Immunity Last After Getting The Virus?Dr. George Morris returns to answer questions on recent COVID-19 developments.
COVID In MN: Over 770,000 People Have Had At Least 1 Vaccine DoseMore than 770,000 people in Minnesota have now received at least one dose of the COVID-19 vaccine. Meanwhile, Minnesota health officials on Wednesday reported 761 new COVID-19 cases and nine more deaths.
COVID In MN: Gov. Walz Highlights Plan To Get Vaccine To MN’s Diverse CommunitiesMinnesota Gov. Tim Walz on Tuesday highlighted the state’s partnership with 30 community-based organizations to help get COVID-19 vaccine to diverse communities.
Science Museum Set To Reopen With Limited CapacityThe Science Museum of Minnesota announced its reopening for Feb. 27 after closing its doors to the public last March due to COVID-19.
Target To Delay On-Site Return Of 12,000 Twin Cities HQ WorkersTarget Corporation has announced that most of its employees will not return to its Twin Cities headquarters until this fall.
COVID In MN: Health Dept. Receives $3M In FEMA Funds To Set Up 3 Vaccination CentersThe Minnesota Department of Health (MDH) has received $3 million in federal funding to put towards costs in the state’s COVID-19 vaccine distribution plan, including setting up vaccination centers.
Johnson & Johnson CEO touts "ease" of single-shot vaccine distributionFour million doses are being shipped out Monday of the newly-approved coronavirus vaccination, with 100 million promised by the end of June.
Johnson & Johnson rolls out one-dose coronavirus vaccineJohnson and Johnson's coronavirus vaccine is being shipped across the U.S., adding a third vaccine to the country's arsenal. Errol Barnett reports.
School's food bank provides students life lessonsA food bank operating like a grocery store and housed inside a school gives students lessons in respect and retail. Mireya Villarreal shares more.
Twitter will label misleading COVID-19 vaccines postsThe social media company will also be introducing a 5-strike policy to "further reduce the spread of potentially harmful and misleading" information.
Johnson & Johnson one-shot COVID vaccine rolls out in the U.S.The vaccine is the third to roll out for use in the United States, and the first that requires only one shot.
Democrats criticize administration's guidance on aerosol COVID spreadFour House committee chairs say they have "serious questions" about the adequacy of the CDC's guidance on workplace protection from aerosol transmission.
Officials shift resources away from COVID-19 testing to vaccinationsAs COVID-19 vaccinations rise across the country, testing appears to be declining as variants spread. "CBS This Morning" lead national correspondent David Begnaud spoke to a hair stylist who depends on regular testing to keep her job. She says her usual testing site closed down.
Trump received COVID-19 vaccine in January, sources sayIt's unclear why former President Trump didn't discuss his vaccination publicly at the time.
Third shot on the market: Johnson & Johnson begins one-dose vaccine distributionThe FDA has authorized the single-dose Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 shot, making it the third vaccine cleared to prevent the disease in the U.S. On Sunday, a CDC advisory panel recommended the vaccine for people age 18 and over, paving the way for inoculations as early as this week. Errol Barnett is in Louisville, Kentucky, where doses are being rolled out Monday morning.
Johnson & Johnson CEO on one-shot COVID-19 vaccine authorizationJohnson and Johnson CEO Alex Gorsky joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss FDA emergency use authorization of his company's one-shot coronavirus vaccine, a first.
COVID-19 vaccine FAQ: Answers to your most common questionsWho should, and shouldn't, get the vaccine? Are there side effects? Here's everything you need to know.
What to expect as Johnson & Johnson vaccines start to roll outThe new Johnson & Johnson vaccine could roll out as early as this week. CBS News medical contributor Dr. David Agus has more on what to expect.
FDA authorizes Johnson & Johnson vaccine, set to begin shipping out this weekA third vaccine is joining the race to vaccinate America against the coronavirus. The FDA authorized the Johnson & Johnson vaccine over the weekend, and is about to ship out. Errol Barnett has the latest.
Kentucky Governor Andy Beshear explains decision to vaccinate teachers firstDemocratic Governor Andy Beshear explains his state's decision to move educators to the front of the line for vaccinations.
U.S. hits grim COVID milestone amid new hope of third vaccineCBS News senior national correspondent Mark Strassmann reports on the latest developments in vaccine distribution as the U.S. continues its battle against COVID-19.
Frontline workers experience mental health struggles amid pandemicAlthough there is optimism among frontline healthcare workers as coronavirus infections decline, many of them report experiencing mental health problems. New studies show that nearly half may have mental health issues including anxiety, depression and PTSD. Lilia Luciano reports.
FDA approves one-shot Johnson & Johnson vaccineOn Saturday, the FDA approved the one-shot Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccine. The race to vaccinate is picking up as new variants have been identified. Danya Bacchus reports.
FDA vaccine advisers recommend Johnson & Johnson's single-dose COVID-19 vaccineA panel of experts with the Food and Drug Administration recommended the COVID-19 vaccine from Johnson & Johnson for emergency use authorization. Nearly 4 million shots could be shipped out as soon as Sunday. The new shipment comes with fresh warnings from top health officials who say that states should not start relaxing restrictions. Michael George reports.
Former gymnast calls for accountability, ex-Olympic coach dies by suicide amid sex assault chargesFormer U.S. Olympics gymnastics coach John Geddert died by suicide on Thursday, hours after being charged with human trafficking and criminal sexual conduct. In an interview with CBS, Sarah Klein, a former gymnast under Geddert, said USA Gymnastics and the U.S. Olympic & Paralympic Committee should be held accountable for the abuse he allegedly inflicted. Mola Lenghi reports.
Florida prepares for spring break crowds, Miami Beach hotel bookings may be 20% higher than 2020Manuel Bojorquez reports on the struggle local leaders are facing to prepare for potentially large crowds during spring break. He spoke with Miami Beach's mayor, who is warning people they could be arrested if they plan to "go crazy."