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: State Health Officials Focus On Fighting Community SpreadState health officials say Minnesota is entering a new phase focused on mitigating community spread of the virus, which means people may need to reconsider hosting large gatherings or events.
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.
Coronavirus In Minnesota: MDH Confirms 3rd Presumptive Case Of COVID-19, Patient In Critical ConditionA third person in Minnesota has tested positive for coronavirus (COVID-19) and is in critical condition, state health officials announced Tuesday.
Coronavirus in Minnesota: MDH Confirms Second Presumptive Case Of COVID-19Health officials confirmed the second presumptive case of coronavirus (COVID-19) in the state of Minnesota.
State Releases More Information About Confirmed Case Of Coronavirus (COVID-19)At this point health officials say they are not concerned about community exposure because the person stayed home and was not out in crowds.
Minnesotan Religious Communities Respond After First Confirmed Case Of Coronavirus (COVID-19) In StateAn older adult Ramsey County resident who traveled on a cruise ship that had a known COVID-19 case was confirmed to have the virus on Friday.
Coronavirus In Minnesota: State Confirms 1st Presumptive Case Of COVID-19The person in the case is an older adult Ramsey County resident who traveled on a cruise ship that had a known COVID-19 case.
COVID-19: 2 University Of Minnesota Students Who Landed At MSP Had Contact With Infected PersonThe Minnesota Department of Health says two Delta passengers who arrived at Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport on Tuesday have gone into self-quarantine because of the coronavirus, or COVID-19.
Health Officials Prepare To Be Able To Test For Coronavirus Here In MinnesotaThe risk to the public is currently low and state officials urged people not to panic.
MDH, Gov. Walz Address Coronavirus Preps: State Has Capacity To Test Hundreds Per DayGov. Tim Walz along with Minnesota health officials addressed coronavirus preparations in the state Monday.
What Do Travelers Need To Know Before Taking Trips In The Midst Of The Coronavirus Outbreak?While the spring breaks of Americans likely won’t include any travel to China, the coronavirus has now spread to at least 30 countries, including the United States.
Flu In Minnesota Remains Widespread With 10 More Deaths, Including 1 ChildThe Minnesota Department of Health says influenza remains widespread in the state.
How Effective Are Face Masks?The Minnesota Department of Health says there’s no reason for healthy people to wear face masks to prevent illnesses, especially with the 2019 Novel Coronavirus.