Businesses Prepare To Reopen As Minnesota's Stay-At-Home Order Is Set To ExpireAfter seven weeks of restrictions under Minnesota’s stay-at-home order, businesses will get the green light to reopen doors to customers and people will be allowed to gather with friends and families, under certain conditions.
Elective Surgeries Resume As Minnesota Remains Under Stay-At-Home OrderAt Twin Cities Orthopedics (TCO), patients will get tested for COVID-19 two days before they're scheduled to go in for surgery. Staff members will get tested every other week, along with filling out daily health reports.
Official Graduation Guidelines Prohibit Ceremonies Indoors & In Sports StadiumsState officials released guidelines on graduation ceremonies for Minnesota schools on Friday, recommending virtual celebrations and nixing gatherings indoors or in outdoor sports stadiums.
Minneapolis Ramen Restaurant Raises $2,700 Through Pay-What-You-Can MenuA Minneapolis restaurant owner adapted to the pandemic with a different approach: let customers pay what they can, if at all.
Coronavirus In Minnesota: New North Memorial Testing Site Open To All Showing COVID-19 SymptomsStarting Thursday, people with COVID-19 symptoms will have a new drive-through testing option as North Memorial’s Health Specialty Center has expanded its testing capabilities.
Coronavirus Updates: Cottage Grove Community Surprises Nursing Home Residents With FlowersA Cottage Grove senior care facility got a big surprise Friday -- 77 bouquets of flowers. That’s one for each of the people who live at Norris Square, a senior care center in Cottage Grove.
Coronavirus In Minnesota: JBS Plant In Worthington Euthanizes About 3,000 PigsThe livestock at the JBS processing plant were being sent back to farmers for them to dispose of, the association said. JBS makes up four percent of the country’s pork supply.
Coronavirus In Minnesota: Food Supply Becomes Vulnerable As Processing Plants CloseTyson is one of three major meat processors, including Smithfield and JBS, who have closed facilities because cases of COVID-19 spread among plant workers.
Coronavirus Updates: Many Non-Essential Minn. Businesses Reopening With COVID-19 Safety PlansFor the first time in more than a month, up to 100,000 Minnesotans could be returning to work Monday.
Coronavirus Update: Delta Air Lines Posts $534M Loss In 1Q, With The Worst Likely To ComeIt's a setback that will likely appear trivial when the full force of the pandemic is revealed in the current quarter.
Pushed By Strong Winds, Ice Mounds Damage Homes On Mille LacsLake Mille Lacs is starting to thaw, and with it comes massive piles of ice making their way onto the southeastern shore.
Coronavirus In Minnesota: 10 Deaths In Winona County All From Senior Care Facility Sauer Heath CareWinona Community Services Director Karen Sanness says Winona County has all the resources it needs at the moment, due to the Mayo Clinic providing diagnostic tests for Sauer.
Coronavirus Updates: Top Mayo Clinic Doctor Says His Lab Can Soon Meet Gov's Testing Requirement To Reopen StateWithin one day of Minnesota Gov. Tim Walz requesting 5,000 COVID-19 tests per day before the state can start reopening businesses, a top Mayo Clinic doctor said his team can meet that capacity, and then some.
Coronavirus In Minnesota: Antibody Tests Developed In Minnesota To Soon Be On The Front LinesTwo new tests, developed by the University of Minnesota and the Mayo Clinic, are expected to help the medical industry better understand who has recovered from COVID-19, advancing the fight against the virus.
Coronavirus In Minnesota: St. Paul Mayor Carter Addresses Whether The State Fair Is In JeopardyIn an interview with Christiane Cordero, Mayor Carter explains how decisions are made in the COVID-19 era, the city’s plan to enforce social distancing, and where he hopes to see progress against the pandemic.