Coronavirus In Minnesota: Total Lab-Confirmed COVID-19 Cases Rises To 235State health officials announced Monday that the number of positive coronavirus (COVID-19) cases in Minnesota has risen from 169 to 235.
Coronavirus In Minnesota: Total Number Of Cases Jumps To 169Health officials in Minnesota announced Sunday that the number of positive coronavirus (COVID-19) cases in the state has risen from 137 to 169.
Coronavirus In Minnesota: Can We Predict The State's COVID-19 Future?As of Thursday, Minnesota has 89 confirmed cases of COVID-19 – that’s just a small fraction of the more than 5200 confirmed cases in New York State. So, what does that mean for Minnesota? Good Question.
Coronavirus Updates: The Latest COVID-19 Headlines From March 15, 2020Here are the latest updates on COVID-19-related headlines from Sunday, March 15:
Coronavirus In Minnesota: COVID-19 Cases Rise To 35; 3 Community TransmissionsThe number of coronavirus (COVID-19) cases in Minnesota has risen from 21 to 35, state health officials announced Sunday.
Coronavirus in Minnesota: MDH Confirms 5th Presumptive Case Of COVID-19A fifth person in Minnesota has tested positive for the coronavirus, state health officials said Wednesday.
MDH Investigates 27 Cases Of Severe Lung Injury Potentially Caused By VapingTwenty-seven cases of severe lung injury due to vaping in Minnesota are being investigated by the Minnesota Department of Health.
Study: MN Air Pollution Plays Measurable Role In HealthA new report from the Minnesota Department of Health and the Minnesota Pollution Control Agency found even low levels of air pollution can contribute to serious illnesses and early death. The report, which analyzed data from 2013, says five to ten percent of deceased Minnesotans died partly because of air pollution.
Report: Minnesota Flu Vaccination Rates UpSlightly more Minnesota children received influenza vaccinations in the 2017-18 flu season compared to the previous season, according to the Centers for Disease Control, but the Minnesota Department of Health says too many children are still unvaccinated.
Demand For Tamiflu Spikes As Flu Numbers Top Total For Last 2 SeasonsAs of now, the current flu season has seen more than 3,800 hospitalizations. The 2014-2015 season finished with 4,138 reported hospitalizations.
MDH Steps In With Last-Minute, Temporary Funding For Crisis HotlineIn a last minute move, a suicide prevention hotline received the funding needed to keep answering incoming crisis calls.
With Crisis Hotline Expected To Shut Down, MDH Steps InThe Minnesota Department of Health is providing temporary funding to keep a suicide crisis line open.
3 More Measles Cases Confirmed, Total Cases Reaches 24Three more cases of measles have been confirmed in Hennepin County, according to the Minnesota Department of Health.
MDH: Measles Outbreak Up To 20 Cases In Hennepin CountyMDH officials say 16 of the 20 cases were in children who were confirmed to be unvaccinated.
MDH: 8 Cases Of Measles Confirmed In Hennepin CountyThe health department says at least eight children ages 4 and under have now gotten sick in Hennepin County.