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Walz extends stay-at-home order to May 4

Minnesota Gov. Tim Walz provided an update on the state’s next steps to respond to COVID-19 at a news conference Wednesday. He was joined by Health
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Schools, bars and restaurants in Minnesota will remain closed to reduce the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic. The virus now has caused 1,154 lab-confirmed illnesses and 39 deaths.

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Local health officials warned the coronavirus is also spreading through community transmission.
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Dr. John Goeppinger, 71, retired since 2013, consulted with nurse Verna Fricke at C.A.R.E. Clinic in Red Wing, Minn.
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Despite a decrease in traffic of up to 50 percent, the number of fatal crashes since March 16 is sharply up.
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Despite a decrease in traffic of up to 50 percent, the number of fatal crashes since March 16 is sharply up.

Fatal crashes surge despite sharp drop in traffic across Minnesota

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State officials say they have seen a troubling surge in traffic fatalities even though Gov. Tim Walz's stay-at-home order last sharply reduced travel by motorists across Minnesota.
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