COVID In Minnesota: Positivity Rate Dips Below 15% As Omicron WanesThe rate of new daily cases per 100,000 residents stands at 86.9, significantly down from the recent peak of nearly 230. Meanwhile, Minnesota officials on Monday reported 10,409 new cases and 48 more deaths due to COVID-19.
COVID In Minnesota: Rolling Positivity Rate Down To 16.7%; 35 More Deaths ReportedThe rate of new daily cases per 100,000 residents stands at 102.2, significantly down from the recent peak of nearly 230. Meanwhile, Minnesota officials on Monday reported 5,829 new cases and 35 more deaths due to COVID-19.
Army Medical Team Arrives At Abbott Northwestern To Aid With COVID ResponseA medical team from the U.S. Department of Defense will be helping the staff at Abbott Northwestern Hospital respond to COVID-19.
COVID In Minnesota: 43 Deaths, Including 1 Inmate Fatality, Reported FridayThe state's average positivity rate continues its slight decline, as health officials report 14,565 new cases of COVID-19 and 43 deaths.
In Small Minnesota Prairie Town Of Benson, Warring Visions Of America Amid COVIDOne little town. Three thousand people. Two starkly different realities. It’s another measure of how, in an America increasingly split by warring visions of itself, division doesn’t just play out on cable television, or in mayhem at the U.S. Capitol.
COVID In Minnesota: 57 More Deaths Added To State's Toll; Positivity Still Inching DownThe state's rolling average positivity rate currently stands at 22.7% as of the latest reports, a shade below the recent peak of 23.7%, which was also the highest figure ever seen in the state of Minnesota since the start of the pandemic.
Judge Hears Arguments In COVID Mandate Lawsuit By Minneapolis Restaurants Against CityLawyers representing several Minneapolis establishments, including Smack Shack and the Gay 90s, asked a judge Wednesday to issue a restraining order preventing the city from enforcing the proof of vaccination requirement.
Headed To An Event In The Twin Cities? You’ll Need A Vaccine Card Or Negative Test, Starting WednesdayThose attending ticketed events in the city will now need to show proof of vaccination or provide a negative COVID-19 test.
Does Cold Weather Affect COVID Test Kits And Results?Free rapid antigen test kits from the federal government are supposed to be stored between 36 degrees and 86 degrees.
Patient's Miraculous Rebound From COVID Brings Hope To ICU Nurse“It just seems to be this cycle that never ends, and then I see his face and maybe I do light up because him and his story is so uplifting,” ICU nurse Dawn Lenn said.
COVID In Minnesota: Average Positivity Rate Falling, But Massive Backlog Of Tests ReportedThe state's rolling average positivity rate currently stands at 23.2% as of the latest reports, a shade below the recent peak of 23.7%, which was also the highest figure ever seen in the state of Minnesota since the start of the pandemic.
How Should People Act After Isolating From COVID? And How Long Does Natural Immunity Last?Despite having some COVID-19 immunity, Dr. Abinash Virk says it's possible you can catch the virus again months later, but it should better protect against severe symptoms and hospitalization.
COVID Impacting USPS Mail Delivery In Twin CitiesWest St. Paul resident Mary Neustel said she went four days without receiving mail last week. Others told WCCO they didn’t get mail for a week, then all at once.
'We Can’t Live In A Cave The Rest Of Our Lives’: Restaurants, Attorney Speak Out About Lawsuit Against City Of MinneapolisThe plaintiffs listed on the suit include Smack Shack, Sneaky Pete's, Jimmy John's, Bunkers Music Bar & Grill, The Gay 90's, Wild Greg's Saloon, and Urban Forage.
New COVID Testing Site To Open In St. Paul On TuesdayThe site, at the Minnesota Department of Transportation Building, will be able to process 1,000 tests a day.