Coronavirus In Minnesota: Lawmakers Pass COVID-19 Response BillTo do so, the House had to enact a temporary rule to allow members to vote on legislation remotely, in order to maintain proper guidelines establishing social distance.
Coronavirus In Minnesota: Victoria Elementary Teachers Hold 'Car Parade' For StudentsSince Victoria Elementary students can't see their teachers in the classroom, the teachers decided to go see them!
As Unemployment Rises, Several Minnesota Companies Are Looking To Hire WorkersWCCO has compiled a list of jobs available right now.
Pelican Rapids Priest Stuck In The Philippines Sees Life Transformed By CoronavirusHe's now told to stay in his hotel room in Manila. Stores and restaurants are all closed and closely watched over by armed guards. Elevators taped off where just two people are allowed on at a time.
UnitedHealth Group’s Self-Administered COVID-19 Test, A Simpler, Less Invasive OptionWith all the difficulties and delays in getting COVID-19 test results, UnitedHealth Group could be onto a big breakthrough.
Coronavirus In Minnesota: Metro Transit Service Reductions Now In EffectAdapting to changes because of COVID-19, Metro Transit has now begun a 40% reduction of service.
Coronavirus In Minnesota: CEO Of Life Time Says 90% Of Employees Will Be FurloughedThe CEO of Life Time Fitness said he expects his Twin Cities-based company to furlough nearly all of its workforce if lawmakers and President Donald Trump can’t set a date for when the economic shutdown will end.
Coronavirus In Minnesota: Sen. Klobuchar Says Husband John Bessler Recovering At Home"Thanks to those who cared for him and for all front line health care workers," Klobuchar said.
Coronavirus In Minnesota: Positive COVID-19 Cases In State Increase To 346; 2nd Death ReportedState health officials announced Thursday that the number of positive coronavirus (COVID-19) cases in Minnesota has risen to 346, up from 287 on Wednesday. A second person has also died.
Coronavirus Update: Researchers Warn Of Critical Drug Shortages If Supply Chain Info Isn't Made PublicInfectious disease researchers at the University of Minnesota are urging pharmaceutical companies to be transparent about their supply chains as the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic could lead to shortages of critical drugs.
Coronavirus In Minnesota: DPS Warns Cell Tower Congestion Is Affecting Public Safety CommunicationsThe Minnesota Department of Public Safety says an increase in demand for voice calling and internet has caused cell tower congestion, resulting in reduced or compromised public safety communications.
Coronavirus Updates: UnitedHealth Group Develops Self-Administered, Less Invasive COVID-19 Swab TestMinnesota-based UnitedHealth Group says it has developed a new COVID-19 test method that allows patients to test themselves.
Basketballer Raijon Kelly, Formerly Of Cretin-Derham Hall, Just Barely Made It Out Of SwitzerlandIn 2011, he was the point guard for Cretin-Derham Hall. He had ball skills, and he took his game to the next level in Switzerland. And then the world changed.
‘COVID-19 Is Not A License To Speed’: MN State Patrol Says Reports Of Aggressive Driving And Speeding Up During PandemicThe Minnesota State Patrol is reminding motorists to “maintain order” during the COVID-19 pandemic and avoid aggressive driving.
Coronavirus In Wisconsin: 8th Person With COVID-19 DiesThe Milwaukee County Medical Examiner says another person has died of coronavirus complications.