COVID (MN): MDH Says Providers Can Now Offer Vaccine Doses To Broader Group, Including Those 65 Years Of Age And OlderThe Minnesota Department of Health is informing hospitals, health care systems and other vaccination partners that they can now provide the COVID-19 vaccine to a broader group of Minnesotans, including those 65 years of age and older.
Increased Screen Time During COVID Causing Eye IssuesIf it seems like your vision has gotten worse these past few months, there's a good chance it has.
For Some, Post-COVID Recovery Takes Months And Months Of TherapyHennepin Healthcare Occupational Therapist Courtney Mitchell says some post-COVID patients can face recoveries similar to brain injury patients.
Let Them Play MN Survey: 14 Kids Collapsed Wearing Masks During Winter Sports PracticeMost high school sports are requiring athletes to wear masks during game play and practices, and not all students and parents are too thrilled about the requirement.
Survey Of Minnesota Businesses Show Significant Decline In Revenue; Walz Distributes $64M In AidOut of all the businesses, 50% said they could only remain solvent for the next six months under lockdown conditions; roughly 30% said they could only stay above water for three months or less.
COVID In Minnesota: Health Officials Report Nearly 1,600 New Cases, 43 More DeathsAs questions surround the next steps in the slower-than-expected COVID-19 vaccine rollout, Minnesota health officials reported Thursday 1,598 new infections and 43 more deaths.
8 In 10 Americans Plan To Splurge When Things Return To Normal After COVIDOn the other hand, 15% say they don't feel like they're going to be financially secure ever again.
One-Third Of COVID Vaccines In Minnesota Have Been Administered So FarJennifer Mayerle talked with health care providers about where they're at in vaccine distribution, and why numbers don't tell the whole story
More Contagious COVID-19 Variant Detected In WisconsinA new, more contagious form of the COVID-19 virus has been detected in Wisconsin.
Wisconsin Pharmacist Accused Of Spoiling Vaccine Has License SuspendedA state board on Wednesday suspended the license of a Wisconsin pharmacist accused of ruining more than 500 doses of COVID-19 vaccine because he thought it was unsafe.
Officials Manage Vaccine Expectations After Federal Guidance Quadruples Minnesota’s Eligible PopulationTwo million more Minnesotans would be eligible for a COVID-19 vaccine under the federal government’s new expanded guidance recommending access to people ages 65 or over and adults with underlying health conditions.