Twin Cities School Districts Divided On Distance LearningMinneapolis moved classes online Friday for the next two weeks, but students in St. Paul are still headed into the classroom.
'We Need Your Help Now': Hospitals Urge Minnesotans To Keep Emergency Departments AvailableHospitals are urging Minnesotans to not seek COVID-19 testing at emergency departments.
Which COVID-19 Test Is Right For You?Is there a better time to take a PCR test versus a rapid test?
Minn. AG Keith Ellison Tests Positive For COVID-19, Quarantines Outside CountryMinnesota Attorney General Keith Ellison announced Wednesday that he has tested positive for COVID-19.
Assisted-Living Facility Calling On Relatives To Take Care Of Loved Ones As Omicron Forces Staff To QuarantineCOVID-19 cases and staffing struggles have caused a Twin Cities assisted-living facility to call on family members to care for their loved ones.
'We Need To Think About Other People': Health Care Experts Advise Safe Gatherings For NYEThe year is coming to a close, but unfortunately our battle with COVID is not. Health care experts advise people to safely gather for New Year's Eve celebrations.
COVID-19 In MN: 50+ Additional Deaths Reported As State Breaches 1 Million Positive CasesAs post-holiday testing is being encouraged during the Omicron surge, Minnesota health officials on Monday reported 4,155 additional COVID-19 cases and 53 more deaths attributed to the virus.
'This Is A Public Health Issue': Minnesota Hospitals Postpone Nonessential Surgeries Amid COVID SurgeMinnesota hospitals continue to be crunched for space. Hospitals are out of rooms and other health emergencies have been put on hold.
11th School Staff Member Dies Of COVID-19 This YearThe Minnesota Department has announced that the 11th school staff worker has died of COVID-19 this school year.
'It's Very Stressful': Working Moms Struggling To Find Balance Amid The PandemicOn Wednesday, WCCO's Kate Raddatz held a virtual roundtable with six Minnesota mothers. The discussion included moms with kids ranging in age from six months to 10 years old.
COVID Testing In High Demand Ahead Of Holiday Gatherings: 'People Want To Know'“People want to know. They don’t want to get their relatives sick. They don’t want to spread it to anybody else,” Bob Fulton said.
COVID In MN: Positivity Rate Continues Downward Trend As State Approaches 1 Million Total Positive CasesOn a day where Gov. Tim Walz announced his family tested positive for COVID-19, Minnesota health officials on Tuesday reported 7,396 virus cases and 41 more deaths.
COVID-19 In MN: Gov. Walz Says State Leads Midwest In Vaccinating 5-11 Age GroupMinnesota Gov. Tim Walz says the state is first in the Midwest in vaccinating those 5 to 11 years old.
Minnesota Health Care Workers Reflect On Blessings While Working Thanksgiving Day: 'A Lot Of Our Patients Are Going To Be Alone'While many Minnesotans enjoy the comfort of family and friends this Thanksgiving, Dr. Jess Boland and nurse Mikayla Reimers are caring for people they barley know.
While Holiday Shopping Looks Closer To Normal, Minnesota Hospitals Are Again Struggling With A COVID Surge After 20 months of a global pandemic, day-to-day life is inching back to normal. But inside Minnesota hospitals, it's a much different story.