CDC Updates Coronavirus Guidelines To Include Airborne Transmission (CBS News)The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention now says COVID-19 can be spread through airborne transmission, according to updated guidance on the agency's website.
CDC Releases Thanksgiving Guidelines, Recommends People To Stay Home This HolidayThanksgiving is typically one of the busiest travel holidays, but it may look a little different this year due to the coronavirus.
‘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.
Who Will Get To Take The COVID-19 Vaccine First?Once a vaccine is manufactured, it has to be distributed. The big question regards who will get to receive it first.
CDC Sending Minnesota $10 Million For COVID-19 ResponseThe Centers for Disease Control on Prevention is sending millions of dollars to states across the country, including Minnesota, for the coronavirus (COVID-19) response.
Coronavirus (COVID-19) On Minds Of Chaska High School Parents As Band, Choir Head To SpainParents of some of the members of Chaska High School band and choir are keeping their eyes on the spread of COVID-19 over in Europe as their kids prepare to go to Spain for spring break.
CDC: E. Coli From Romaine Lettuce Sickens 1 In Minnesota, 10 In WisconsinA supper time staple could end up getting you seriously sick.
CDC Study: Work Food Often Impacts Health NegativelyFood offered at work is a perk many people would like. But a study from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) says there is a price to pay.
Romaine Recall Leaves Mpls. Nonprofit Looking For Nutritious ReplacementJust days before families sit down for their Thanksgiving feasts, there is a warning about what could be on your table. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention announced Tuesday that no romaine lettuce is safe to eat. This comes after E. coli made dozens of people sick. This warning is extensive, and grocery stores across the United States are already taking precautions to keep their customers safe.
How Does Soap Work?The general recommendation from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention for handwashing with soap is 20 seconds.
Mosquito Numbers Are Down, But West Nile Risk Is UpExperts say the number of bugs in Minnesota is going down this summer -- but we have to watch out for the remaining ones.