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Walk-in COVID vaccine access grows as demand dips in Minn.
Walmart pharmacies announced walk-in COVID-19 vaccine appointments in 80 Minnesota locations as officials reported 11 COVID-19 deaths and 998 more infections.
Fentanyl pushes Minnesota drug overdose deaths up 27%
The onset of the coronavirus last year led many treatment and outreach resources to shut down, limiting access.
81 days on heart-lung machine was his COVID-19 rescue tool
John Grubb was something of a celebrity when he left HCMC on Monday — crowds gathered for pictures at his bedside and nurses hugged the St. Michael, Minn., man and said goodbye.
COVID-19 hospitalizations drop below 600 in Minnesota
Mayo Clinic forecast predicts 25% decline in two weeks of the number of SARS-CoV-2 infections detected.
State bets big on fairgrounds in push to inoculate hardest-hit
Thousands of Twin Cities residents are benefiting from a highly coordinated campaign to expand COVID-19 vaccinations to minority communities hardest hit by the pandemic. At the center of the initiative is the State Fairgrounds.
Minnesota hospitals offering more N95 masks to workers
Minnesota hospitals collectively now have about 2.8 million N95 respirators on hand, a supply that would last five months. A year ago, they had only enough to last two months, state data show.
1,713 more COVID-19 cases, 6 new deaths reported in Minnesota
At least 1,972,888 Minnesotans have received full vaccinations.
Inspector general for pandemic relief funds warns of oversight breakdown
Access to information curtailed in final months of Trump administration.
Doctors brace for questions with return of J&J vaccine
Health care providers across Minnesota are anticipating a flood of questions from patients about COVID-19 immunizations in coming days.
Minn. employers ramp up hiring; some workers tentative
It's not necessarily easy to hire workers, even with so many people on the sidelines because of the pandemic.
Walz's emergency powers remain front and center for Republican legislators
Clashes over Minnesota Gov. Tim Walz's emergency powers during the COVID-19 pandemic were a frequent theme as last year's legislative session negotiations drew to a…
Minnesota reports 1,723 new COVID-19 cases, 10 more deaths
The number of people with at least one vaccine dose exceeds 2.5 million.
Disneyland reopening marks California's turnaround
California's world-famous theme park reopened after an unprecedented 13-month closure.
Minnesota leaders urge struggling renters to apply for aid
Legislators are still hashing out how to end the state's eviction moratorium.
Walz considers COVID-19 dial change, 'normal' State Fair
Gov. Tim Walz met with business leaders to discuss further easing of COVID-19 restrictions and commended Minnesotans for a vaccine uptake rate that "out-vaccinated the surge."
Minnesota's federal courts moving back to in-person operation
The first in-person trial is scheduled to begin May 13.
Minnesota reports 16 COVID-19 deaths and 1,877 infections
Changing demand for COVID-19 vaccine prompts state to drop requirement that providers administer 90% of vaccine within three days.
Minnesotans answer call to fight COVID-19 surge in India
The number of Minnesota residents with Asian Indian ancestry has increased from 30,500 in 2010 to 40,500 in 2019. For many, what's playing out in India is taking a personal toll.
How to help India amid the COVID crisis there
India's coronavirus crisis is the worst since the pandemic began, and it will probably worsen before it gets better.Hospitals are full, oxygen supplies are dwindling,…
Albert Lea bar owner who defied COVID restrictions is arrested in Iowa
For nearly six weeks, Lisa Hanson has been in hiding after warrants were issued for her arrest.
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Variants threaten rollback of Minnesota's COVID restrictions
Walz foresees 'normal-looking summer' if 70% get vaccinated
Many Minnesota nursing home workers still refuse vaccines
Tracking coronavirus in Minnesota
Minnesota reports 17 COVID-19 deaths, 1,267 new infections
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