New Kids' Book Tells Story Of Hibernating Bears & COVID-19Renee Koroshec, from Aurora, talks about what inspired her (3:42). WCCO Mid-Morning - August 21, 2020
People Who Wear Masks Rated More Attractive, Research ShowsThis study was for health reasons, but also an extra boost for people who were initially self-conscious to wear them (2:36). WCCO Mid-Morning - August 21, 2020
29 Minn. Bars, Restaurants Linked To COVID OutbreaksNearly 30 bars and restaurants across Minnesota have been linked to COVID-19 outbreaks since the beginning of June (1:07). WCCO 4 News At 10 - August 20, 2020
Talking With Your Child About Anxiety Over Returning To SchoolThe new school year can bring forth uncertainties and anxiety as parents, students and educators are making decisions on how to return in a manner that best fits their family, Michael Walker explains (4:49). WCCO Mid-Morning - August 19, 2020
Recommendations For Kids With Asthma During PandemicDr. Gigi Chawla, chief of general pediatrics at Children’s Minnesota, talks about caring for children who have asthma (4:23). WCCO Mid-Morning - August 19, 2020
When Is The Ideal Time To Get Your Flu Shot?When flu season starts, there's a big concern about what happens with both influenza and the coronavirus making us sick, Heather Brown reports (3:25). WCCO Mid-Morning - August 18, 2020
Good Question: When Should You Get Your Flu Shot?When flu season starts, there's a big concern about what happens with both influenza and the coronavirus making us sick, reports Heather Brown (2:23). WCCO 4 News At 10 - August 17, 2020
How To Amp Up Your Walks To Burn More CaloriesA recent survey by UnitedHealthcare shows more than two-thirds of Americans say walking has been their preferred way to get exercise since the start of the pandemic, fitness expert Ali Holman explains (3:57). WCCO Mid-Morning - August 17, 2020
Important To Keep Kids Up To Date On ImmunizationsNurse practitioner Patsy Stinchfield, senior director of infection prevention at Children's Minnesota talks about the importance of immunizations (3:28). WCCO Mid-Morning - August 12, 2020
What Do We Know About COVID-19 And Vehicles?But as some kids head back into school and activities, they're gathering on buses and in carpools, Heather Brown reports (3:18). WCCO Mid-Morning - August 12, 2020
COVID-19 Wreaking Havoc On Wedding PlansNearly half of those getting married would rather shrink their guest list than wait, and about 70% report feeling more excited about the wedding (3:10). WCCO Mid-Morning - August 11, 2020
New COVID-19 Model Predicts Up To 300,000 Could Die In Next 4 MonthsResearchers at the University of Washington say that number could be reduced if most Americans wore masks, Chris Martinez reports (1:50). WCCO 4 News At Noon - August 7, 2020
The Effects COVID-19 Is Having On Our Sleep CyclesSleep habits are being disrupted with people going to bed later and not setting alarms for the morning, and a dream survey done by Harvard Medical School found people are having terrifying and vivid dreams (3:13). WCCO Mid-Morning - August 7, 2020
COVID-19 Shutting Down Family CourtsThe COVID-19 pandemic has shut down family court across the country, which is affecting foster children, their parents, and their caregivers, Elise Preston reports (2:10). WCCO 4 News At Noon - August 6, 2020
COVID-19 Pointers: Tips For Mask HygieneDr. Liz Farhat from Allina Health explains (3:01). WCCO Mid-Morning - August 6, 2020
How Tattoo Shops Are Getting Back Into BusinessPhotojournalist Aaron Goodyear talked with Guns 'n' Needles Tattoos' owner Roger Kane, who has reopened and taken his shop's safety precautions to the next level (2:35). WCCO 4 News At 10 - August 2, 2020
What Are Schools Supposed To Do When Someone Gets Sick?When announcing the decision about school this fall, the health commissioner said we know we'll have COVID-19 cases in schools (3:43). WCCO Mid-Morning - July 31, 2020
American Legion Donates iPads To Connect Vets At VA To Connect With FamilyCOVID-19 has stopped visits of our men and women who served, who also happen to be hospitalized. The VA has developed a way to allow loved ones to visit their veterans virtually, Reg Chapman reports (1:48). WCCO 4 News At 10 - July 30, 2020
Good Question: What Happens When A Student Gets Sick?MDH says contacts of the close contacts, which could be parents or siblings, don't need to quarantine. That changes if the close contact gets sick or tests positive, then all the household members should stay home as well, Heather Brown reports (2:19). WCCO 4 News At 10 - July 30, 2020
WCCO Answers Parents' Burning Questions About Fall SchoolMany of you have shared your questions with us online. Our Erin Hassanzadeh dug into the fine print to answer some of them (1:25). WCCO 4 News At 10 - July 30, 2020
How Districts Will Have To Make The Call This FallFor a district to reopen, it first has to look at the COVID-19 case numbers in its county for the last two weeks. That determines whether it can open for full in-person learning, hybrid learning with limited capacity and social distancing, or if students must learn from home, David Schuman reports (2:18). WCCO 4 News At 10 - July 30, 2020
Man Walks Again After Spending 5 Weeks In ICU With COVID-19Bernie Goldblatt lost his ability to walk for an amount of time. His wife also tested positive but didn't end up with any major symptoms (0:54). WCCO 4 News At 6 - July 30, 2020
Parents Left With Questions Over School PlanGov. Tim Walz has made his long awaited announcement on schools, but while it explains some things, it doesn't answer definitively the biggest question parents have been asking, David Schuman reports (1:13). WCCO 4 News At 6 - July 30, 2020
State Devises Formula For Which Schools Can Go Back To In-Person LearningComplicating the matrix for parents will be other factors -- the school provides more flexibility for elementary students who have been less likely to get the virus, Esme Murphy reports (2:10). WCCO 4 News At 6 - July 30, 2020

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