Mayo Clinic's COVID Treatments Result In Mortality Rate One-Third Of Than National AverageOf the nearly 8,000 patients who tested positive for COVID-19 and were treated at Mayo Clinic from March 1 to July 31, 897 were hospitalized, 354 in the ICU.
Faces of COVID: Retired Teacher Bob Emary Believed In Passing On KnowledgeAn educator for nearly sixty years, Bob Emary was known in southwest Minnesota for being able to teach anything. He died in December at the age of 85 after a nearly month-long battle with COVID-19.
COVID In MN: State Releases New, Enriched Vaccine Data DashboardThe State of Minnesota on Tuesday released a new, more comprehensive COVID-19 vaccination dashboard. Meanwhile, Minnesota health officials reported 1,335 more virus cases and 13 more deaths.
Mayo Clinic Critical Care Nurse Shares Experience Of Caring For COVID Patients Over HolidaysIn 10 months, Mayo Clinic’s intensive care unit has cared for hundreds of patients with COVID-19. A team of nurses has been at their side as they’ve struggled to breathe and for every positive and, too often, tragic turn in their hospital stays.
Chaplain Helps Bring Thousands Of Paper Cranes, And Hope, To Minneapolis HospitalAn art display at a Twin Cities hospital is boosting spirits during difficult days.
George Weiss, Last Remaining Founding Member Of Ft. Snelling Rifle Squad, DiesWeiss died this week at home surrounded by his family. He was 92. But, his dedication to service will live on.
Faces Of COVID: Mark Skogen Died Of COVID On Christmas Eve After 2-Month BattleA 58-year-old civil engineer technician, Skogen designed sewer lines and parking lots. He had a passion for golf, travel, friends and family.
After Trials At Allina, Johnson And Johnson's 1-Dose COVID Vaccine Awaits FDA ApprovalA Minnesota medical team has played a key role in possibly getting another COVID vaccine on the market within weeks.
COVID-19 In 2021: Health Experts Say MN Is In A Better Place, But 'We're Not Normal Yet'Some of Minnesota’s top doctors are headed into the new year with cautious optimism in the ongoing battle with COVID-19. WCCO checked in to see where the state stands now.
Faces Of COVID: Cindy Novy, Flower Shop Owner, Celebrated Life Through Nature's BeautyA staple in her small Minnesota city, Cindy Novy’s flower shop celebrated life’s milestones for more than 40 years.
Some Minnesotans Welcome Fresh Snow With Open ArmsWith not as much snow predicted Tuesday afternoon and evening, it seems this snowfall is highly anticipated by the winter lovers WCCO talked with.
Christmas Music Triggers Miraculous Moment For Memory Care Patient And FamilyA Twin Cities family is grateful for a special moment this Christmas after a difficult year for their mom struggling with memory loss.
Remote Recovery Program Allows Those Battling COVID-19 To Heal At HomeHundreds of patients who would otherwise be battling COVID-19 in the hospital are instead getting better at home.
COVID In Minnesota: Doctors Say Cases Aren’t Dropping Fast Enough To Loosen RestrictionsThe decline of COVID-19 cases and hospitalizations in Minnesota may not be enough to make big changes to the current rules.
Nurses Concoct Surprise Reunion Between Wife And Husband Recovering From COVIDA brief visit recently boosted spirits at a southwest Minnesota hospital.