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- Minnesota essential workers and medically vulnerable to get coronavirus shots starting in April: Once 70% of Minnesota's seniors are vaccinated by the end of March, the state's COVID-19 vaccine rollout will move on to those with underlying health conditions and workers who are at high risk for infection. The next phase will unfold in aseries of four tiers.
- Declining ICU admissions in Minnesota a sign of vaccine progress: The number of COVID-19 patients in Minnesota intensive care beds declined to 50 on Wednesday, a signal to at least one doctor that the state's vaccination campaign is paying off.
- Minnesota health officials ask students and families to take COVID-19 tests every two weeks: Experts recommend that schoolchildren and their families get tested for COVID-19 every two weeks as more students return to classrooms.
- What you need to know about Minnesota's COVID-19 vaccine plan: Here are answers to questions you may have about vaccines and the state's strategy to vaccinate millions of Minnesotans.
- Tracking the coronavirus in Minnesota: Explore our interactive map to see how COVID-19 cases have spread across the state.
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