U Of M Researchers Study Effectiveness Of 3rd COVID Vaccine DoseImportant research on the effectiveness of a third dose of the COVID-19 vaccine is underway in the Twin Cities.
Walz Extends $100 Vaccine Reward Program Through Aug. 22Gov. Tim Walz announced Sunday evening the extension of the $100 vaccine reward initiative.
COVID In Minnesota: Some Immunocompromised Minnesotans Could Soon Get Booster ShotSome immunocompromised Minnesotans should be able to get a third dose of the vaccine as soon as this weekend.
Doctors See Rise In Pregnant Woman With COVID, Encourage VaccinationTwin Cities doctors are concerned over seeing a rise in pregnant women becoming sick with COVID-19.
COVID In Minnesota: 70% Of Minnesotans 16+ Have Received At Least One Vaccine DoseCompared to one month ago, the number of first doses administered per week is up 129%. In all, over 5.9 million doses have been administered since December.
Vaccinated Versus Unvaccinated, Experts Give Advice To Those Visiting The Minnesota State FairClimbing cases among the unvaccinated are raising concerns about Minnesota's battle against a highly-contagious form of COVID-19.
COVID In Minnesota: 3 Deaths, 882 New Cases Reported; 52% Of Minnesotans 16 And Older Are Fully VaccinatedA day after Gov. Tim Walz lifted the statewide mask mandate, Minnesota health officials reported three deaths and 882 new cases out of roughly 26,000 tests.
COVID In Minnesota: 583 Cases, 9 Deaths Reported; 88% Of Seniors Have Received At Least 1 Vaccine DoseThe Minnesota Department of Health reported 583 positive cases of COVID-19 and nine deaths Tuesday, bringing the cumulative case count to 589,527 and total fatalities to 7,240.
COVID In Minnesota: MDH Reports 1,321 Cases, 8 Deaths As Nearly 48% Of Eligible Minnesotans Are Fully VaccinatedAs of Thursday, roughly 60% of Minnesotans have received their first vaccine dose and 47.8% have completed the series.
All Minnesotans Ages 16 And Older Now Eligible For COVID-19 VaccineNearly all Minnesotans are now eligible to receive the COVID-19 vaccine.
‘Cultural Brokers’ Work To Bridge Gaps In Equitable Vaccine DistributionThere continues to be gaps in equitable vaccine distribution across the country, and in Minnesota. State officials and community partners are taking steps to close the gaps.