How COVID-19 Is Having A Disproportionate Effect On Minority CommunitiesDr. Gigi Chawla, chief of general pediatrics at Children’s Minnesota, explains (3:32). WCCO Mid-Morning - May 27, 2020
WHO Warns About Consequences Of Reopening States Too SoonThe warning follows a busy Memorial Day weekend, with jarring images of massive outdoor crowds, Tom Hanson reports (3:09). WCCO 4 News At Noon - May 26, 2020
Adults' Stress Levels Rise In COVID-19 Epidemic, Especially Parents'Forty-six percent of parents say their average stress level related to the coronavirus pandemic is high, compared to 28% of adults who don't have children under the age of 18 (3:52). WCCO Mid-Morning - May 26, 2020
Mid-Morning COVID-19 Headlines From May 26, 2020Starting Tuesday, everyone is required to wear a mask or face covering when inside publicly accessible buildings in Minneapolis, Jason DeRusha and Heather Brown report (2:14). WCCO Mid-Morning - May 26, 2020
What's The Summer Guide To Staying Safe Amid COVID-19?The unofficial start to summer won't be quite the same this year as we continue to deal with COVID-19, Heather Brown reports (4:18). WCCO Mid-Morning - May 22, 2020
How COVID-19 Is Impacting The Veteran CommunityThe U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs is seeing an increase in the use of mental health services by veterans, military mental health expert Dr. Kenneth Marfilius reports (3:18). WCCO Mid-Morning - May 21, 2020
A Look At Who In Minnesota Is Getting COVID-19 So FarThere is no typical case in Minnesota, we wanted to take a closer look at the numbers to find out who's actually getting the virus, Heather Brown reports (3:16). WCCO Mid-Morning - May 20, 2020
Can Air Conditioning Put You At Risk For COVID-19?There is no evidence that contaminated air taken from one space, put through AC into another space, has been found to cause infections, Heather Brown reports (3:31). WCCO Mid-Morning - May 19, 2020
Mid-Morning COVID-19 Headlines From May 19, 2020The Mille Lacs Band of Ojibwe has confirmed its first case of COVID-19, Jason DeRusha and Heather Brown report (4:24). WCCO Mid-Morning - May 19, 2020
How Do Disinfectants Work Against COVID-19?And if you can't find them at stores, what home alternatives work? Heather Brown reports (3:07). WCCO Mid-Morning - May 18, 2020
Mid-Morning COVID-19 Headlines From May 14, 2020Gov. Tim Walz is moving Minnesota closer to reopening. On Monday, Minnesota's stay-at-home order will be replaced with "Stay Safe Minnesota," Heather Brown and Jason DeRusha report (3:44). WCCO Mid-Morning - May 14, 2020
Is This Stay-At-Home Fatigue Or Is It Depression?Relationships expert Dr. Shonda Craft talks about how to evaluate your feelings (4:51). WCCO Mid-Morning - May 13, 2020
Photos Of Full Flights Arouse ControversyUnited Airlines will let flyers know ahead of time if their upcoming flight is expected to be full or close to it (3:59). WCCO Mid-Morning - May 12, 2020
Where Is Minnesota At With COVID-19 Testing?Health officials think people aren't getting the new message -- those with symptoms can, and should, get tested, Heather Brown reports (3:27). WCCO Mid-Morning - May 12, 2020
Midday COVID-19 Headlines From May 8, 2020The Department of Health says there are now more than 10,000 confirmed cases of COVID-19 in the state, Jen Mayerle and Naomi Ruchim report (2:46). WCCO 4 News At Noon - May 8, 2020
Schools Adjust To Accommodate State's Graduation RestrictionsIn-person ceremonies, whether outdoors or in, will not be allowed. Some schools have shared the possibility of waiting until later in the summer for an in-person graduation, Christiane Cordero reports (1:59). WCCO 4 News At Noon - May 8, 2020
Minnesota's Grade For Social Distancing Takes A Hit, Survey FindsUsing cellphone data, tracking company Unacast initially gave us an "A" for staying home and limiting contact with others (3:24). WCCO Mid-Morning - May 8, 2020
What Is Contact Tracing And Who Does It?It's a way to find out who's been exposed to the virus and get them quarantined as quickly as possible, Heather Brown reports (3:13). WCCO Mid-Morning - May 8, 2020
Mid-Morning COVID-19 Headlines From May 7, 2020New numbers out this morning show nearly 3.2 million more laid-off workers applied for unemployment benefits last week, Jason DeRusha and Heather Brown report (2:38). WCCO Mid-Morning - May 7, 2020
How To Cope With The Many Types Of Grief The Pandemic Is FosteringRelationship guru Dr. Kirsten Lind Seal talks about such topics as anticipatory grief, grief over loss, and grief over our own powerlessness (7:10). WCCO Mid-Morning - May 6, 2020
What Will Life Be Like, Realistically, For The Next 2 Years?Even after the strictest social distancing rules are lifted, life as we know it will be markedly different from the way things were before the pandemic, Heather Brown reports (3:37). WCCO Mid-Morning - May 6, 2020
Mid-Morning COVID-19 Headlines From May 6, 2020Changes at processing plants are causing a shortage of meat across the country. Some grocery stores are now putting a cap on how much meat customers can buy, Heather Brown and Jason DeRusha report (2:56). WCCO Mid-Morning - May 6, 2020
How Close Are We To A Vaccine?We've heard it could take 12 to 18 months before we get one, Heather Brown reports (3:21). WCCO Mid-Morning - May 5, 2020
How Do Instant Temperature Checks Work?No-touch thermometers can range from a small $50 device to a several-thousand-dollar camera system, Heather Brown reports (4:20). WCCO Mid-Morning - May 1, 2020

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