Coronavirus In Minnesota: Families Concerned As COVID-19 Creeps Into Senior Care FacilitiesSo far, at least one resident or staff member has tested positive at 47 care facilities across Minnesota, and there have been 13 deaths from the virus being associated with congregate care.
CDC Recommends Everyone Wear Fabric Masks In Public, Learn How To Make Your OwnOn Friday, the CDC recommended everyone wears fabric face masks in public settings, especially grocery stores and pharmacies, where significant community-based transmission can occur.
Twin Cities Looks On Course To Avoid Significant Spring FloodingBoth the 2020 melt and 2019 melt were ideal. They really couldn’t have been better. And that is rare.
Coronavirus In Minnesota: State's Number Of Positive Cases Now At 865, Names Of Long-Term Care Facilities With Outbreaks ReleasedOn the other hand, the number of people who no longer need to be in isolation is now 440, health officials say.
Twin Cities Emergency Rooms Seeing Drastic Drop In Non-COVID-19 PatientsSome Minnesota hospitals worry Minnesotans feel forced to stay away if they have a medical emergency unrelated to COVID-19.
Coronavirus In Minnesota: Twin Cities Nurse Shares Her Story Battling COVID-19A Twin Cities nurse, who tested positive for COVID-19 one week ago, says her symptoms were so debilitating she felt like she was going to die.
How Does COVID-19 Spread?New research suggests that the virus could be spread by simple breathing.
Coronavirus In Minnesota: Eagan Couple Administers In-Home COVID-19 Anti-Body TestsThe Riggen's and their team go into people's homes, and administer a finger prick test that detects antibodies against COVID-19, in 15 minutes patients get results.
'Grocery Gatherers': Wayzata Teen Helps Out By Grocery Shopping For Those Most At Risk For COVID-19The payment for the groceries is worked out ahead of time.
Coronavirus In MN: Gov. Tim Walz Unveils New COVID-19 WebsiteDuring a statewide address Friday, Gov. Tim Walz unveiled a new website that details COVID-19's impact on the state.
Coronavirus In Minnesota: Nonprofit Switches From Making Personal Hygiene Pads to Face MasksAs the COVID-19 pandemic spread, shortages of critical personal protection equipment for medical workers mounted. In particularly short supply are protective face masks.
Coronavirus In Minnesota: COVID-19 Cancels Some Of Minneapolis' Most Popular Summer EventsOutside of the water, Twin Cities Pride events in June have been postponed.
Coronavirus In Minnesota: A Look Back At The Endless 1st Month Of Our Fight Against The VirusOver the past month, we've all been through a lot of changes to life as we know it. We've adapted to our "new normal" and found we really are stronger together.
Tips For Parents: Enter The Next Week Of Distance Learning More PreparedWCCO spoke with a homeschool expert, so you can go into next week more prepared.
Coronavirus In Minnesota: Number Of Confirmed COVID-19 Cases Reaches 789, Death Toll Hits 22Four more people with COVID-19 in Minnesota have died, health officials announced Friday, bringing the state’s death toll to 22. Meanwhile 47 more people have tested positive for the novel coronavirus in the last 24 hours.