Mayo Clinic Reports Some COVID Patient 'Long Haulers' Have Symptoms For MonthsThere are people suffering symptoms weeks or even months after their infections.
Sartell Family's COVID Cases Expose Glitch In State's Contact Tracing EffortsA health department spokesperson told WCCO you'll be contacted within two days of the state receiving positive results. If that doesn't happen, there's a glitch in the system.
Wife Of TSA Screener Who Died Of COVID Urges People To 'Take This Seriously'“We were supposed to get old together. We were supposed to have a 50th wedding anniversary, and we’re supposed to be one of those cute, little old couples that still hold hands and walk around the street,” Terra Girard said. “People have to take this seriously.”
Boys Devastated By The Theft Of Their ATV And Dirt Bike Near Monticello“Once I noticed everything was missing, I don’t know, I just got scared. Kind of freaked me out,” Zeke Mohrman said.
Mayo Clinic's Sprint To Develop A COVID VaccineIt’s a sprint to the finish line for Mayo Clinic researchers developing a COVID-19 vaccine.
COVID Fall Surge Hits Minnesota As State Breaks New Daily Record For Positive CasesThe fall surge has arrived. That's the message from Minnesota doctors as the state sets a new daily record for COVID-19 cases at 2,297.
Coronavirus In Minnesota: MDH Reports Largest Spike In Daily COVID-19 Cases (2,287) And Tests Completed (44K)Minnesota health officials on Friday reported 2,287 additional cases of COVID-19, the largest single-day spike in cases since the pandemic began. It’s accompanied by the largest amount of tests completed in a single day.
Twin Cities Dad And Teen Daughter Fighting COVID Together After Attending Socially-Distanced Bowling EventAt 71 and considered high risk, Pat Bettendorf took many precautions, worried what a COVID diagnosis could mean. This last week, he’s found out.
Main Street Giving Movement Spreads From Small Wisconsin TownA group of giving people in a small Wisconsin town is doing their part to keep their businesses open.
Faces Of COVID-19: Joe Simons, 50, Remembered For His Big Personality And Positive Outlook On LifeJoe Simons was just 50 years old when a form of muscular dystrophy combined with COVID-19 complications took his life this summer. In our ongoing Faces of COVID series, Liz Collin found a man who never complained about the hand he was dealt and celebrated each day he had.
School Nurses Take On A New Role As They Juggle COVID Symptoms And Other IllnessesFor weeks, Minnesota school nurses have been on the virus front lines as most students are back in their buildings. The COVID-19 pandemic is proving to be a challenge while still juggling other illnesses and symptoms. Two school nurses gave WCCO some insight into an unprecedented year.
Minnesota Funeral Homes Help Grieving Families Say Goodbye To Loved Ones During The PandemicMinnesota funeral homes have been on the front lines of the pandemic for more than six months, taking their own safety measures while helping grieving families find closure while socially distanced.
Twin Cities Families Learn To Adjust To 'The New Normal' Of Distance LearningWCCO is documenting the distance learning journey of two Twin Cities families: a single mom balancing her job as a hair stylist while her kids log on to learn at home, and a family of five with a daughter who has disabilities, keeping them all at home so she remains safe.
Minnesota Woman's Dual Kidney Transplant Surgery Gives Other Patients More OptionsA chance encounter at a business meeting has helped a Minnesota woman lead a much better life.
Father Of St. Paul Firefighter Tommy McDonough Speaks Out After His Son's Sudden PassingA Twin Cities father is sharing his heavy loss with the hope it will lead others to find help. St. Paul firefighter Tommy McDonough died from suicide last month. He was 28 years old.