COVID In Minnesota: 1,300 New Cases, 9 More Deaths Reported As Statewide Mask Mandate Is Set To Be LiftedAs the statewide mask mandate is set to be lifted, Minnesota health officials reported Friday 1,306 new cases of COVID-19 and nine more deaths.
Twin Cities Pride Festival Announces Return This July With COVID Modifications In PlaceThe 49th annual Twin Cities Pride Festival is set to be held at Loring Park on July 17 - 18 and will feature local BIPOC and LGBTQ+ vendors, food courts, a beer garden, and music stages.
COVID In Minnesota: Nearly 1,000 New Cases, 15 More Deaths Reported Ahead Of Expected Teen Vaccine ExpansionAs the Pfizer vaccine is expected to get final authorization Wednesday for use in children as young as 12, Minnesota health officials reported 919 more cases of the virus and 15 additional deaths.
Gov. Walz Highlights Minnesota's Vaccination Efforts On Bipartisan RoundtableGov. Tim Walz joined a virtual roundtable with President Joe Biden Tuesday.
COVID Grief Network Honoring Lives Lost With 'Seasons Of Love' Tribute A unique grief network is helping young adults who've lost a loved one to COVID-19 find hope.
COVID In Minnesota: 1,661 New Cases, 13 More Deaths Reported After Gov. Walz Outlines Plan To Lift RestrictionsShortly after Gov. Tim Walz announced Thursday his three-step timeline for lifting the remaining COVID-19 restrictions, state health officials reported 1,661 more cases of the virus and 13 more deaths.
Minnesota Schools See 'Worrisome' Surge In COVID-19 Cases Among StudentsCOVID-19 case rates are rising across Minnesota, and they're affecting younger Minnesotans, especially middle and high school students.
COVID In Minnesota: Doctor Rates Risk For Travel, Sporting Events Amid 'Spring Surge'Even as more than a million Minnesotans are vaccinated, COVID cases and intensive care numbers are again climbing. From sporting events to spring break trips, WCCO asked a local doctor to rate the risk right now.
All Minnesotans Ages 16 And Older Now Eligible For COVID-19 VaccineNearly all Minnesotans are now eligible to receive the COVID-19 vaccine.
COVID In Minnesota: 1,714 New Cases, 7 More Deaths Reported Ahead Of Vaccine Expansion AnnouncementJust moments before Gov. Tim Walz was set to announce a significant expansion in the state's COVID-19 vaccine rollout, health officials reported Friday that there were 1,714 new cases of the virus and seven more deaths.
'Pandemic Isn't Over': Teachers Union Raises Concern After Death Of 2nd School Staffer In 2 WeeksUnion leaders in Minnesota are drawing attention Thursday to the COVID-19 death of a second school staff worker in as many weeks.
Vaccine Error Leads To Some Receiving Saline ShotsA group of people believing they received the COVID-19 vaccine in Sauk Center have now found out they received saline by mistake.
COVID In Minnesota: Walz To Allow Restaurants To Operate At 75% Capacity, Seated Outdoor Venues Capped At 10,000Gov. Tim Walz on Friday announced that, beginning next week, there will be a significant loosening of COVID-19 restrictions.
'It Makes An Incredible Difference': New COVID-19 Guidelines Provide Excitement And Relief For MinnesotansTwins Fans Kirk Roberts and his daughter Lindsay, are already gearing up for a return to baseball after spending Friday morning shopping at the Twins store near Target Field.  “Get an early start. That's why we're here. Get ready, get the excitement for the season,” said Roberts.
Weeks Ahead Of Schedule, COVID Vaccine Rollout Expanding To Include 1.8 Million More MinnesotansMinnesota Gov. Tim Walz announced Tuesday that the state is expanding its vaccine rollout to include more Minnesotans as the goal of vaccinating 70% of seniors was reached weeks ahead of schedule.