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Yemen, beset by war, facing COVID surge
The country already faced many health challenges before the coronavirus emerged, and the pandemic has only exacerbated the situation.
George Floyd Square COVID-19 vaccine drives target misinformation, mistrust
Community groups hope to remediate low vaccination rates in the historically Black community at 38th and Chicago.
Young and younger: State's latest COVID-19 hospitalizations
Non-elderly, unvaccinated filling hospital beds as the median age shifts lower.
Relieved Minnesota seniors rushing to get booster shots
"We want to do everything we can do to not pass it on to the grandchildren."
When Medtronic execs want to get a read on COVID-19, they turn to this doctor
Dr. John de Csepel leads a team that directs the medical device manufacturer's COVID-19 response.
1M Minnesotans eligible for Pfizer COVID vaccine booster shot
Minnesotans might get shots quicker at pharmacies than at large health care systems, state health officials said, adding that Pfizer vaccine supply is sufficient to meet demand.
COVID-19 surge forcing St. Cloud Hospital to expand ICU, delay other care
"Our hospital is full because of unvaccinated COVID-related patients."
The Vikings and U.S. Bank Stadium prepare for state's largest indoor crowd since December 2019
Vikings are planning a reopening celebration sans vaccine or mask requirements.
School-linked COVID-19 outbreaks triple in Minnesota
Outbreaks in elementary schools where students aren't eligible for vaccination, but also in high schools where students are eligible.
Experts warn of 'potentially severe flu season' and urge getting flu shot
While pandemic measures appeared to keep the flu at bay last year, this year experts are concerned.
Are your face masks still effective as COVID lingers? It depends on what kind you own
Generally, the CDC says masks should have two or more layers of "washable, breathable fabric" that completely covers your nose and mouth.
Moderna vs. Pfizer: Both knockouts, but one seems to have the edge
In a half-dozen studies published over the past few weeks, Moderna's vaccine appeared to be more protective over the long term than the Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine.
Twin Cities Marathon and 10-mile race are back, with COVID protocols
After the global pandemic shut down last year's race, COVID-19 precautions taken this year will help keep runners, volunteers and spectators safe.
Vaccinated make up few severe COVID hospitalizations in Minnesota
Data from Allina and Sanford show a relatively small percentage of vaccinated COVID-19 patients need ventilators or intensive care.
Study: Pregnant women who got Pfizer, Moderna vaccines passed protection to babies
Study found newborns had antibodies to protect against COVID-19 after their mothers were vaccinated with shots from Pfizer-BioNTech or Moderna.
Minneapolis shopping bag fee to resume Oct. 1
Customers will pay 5 cents for each bag provided by a store.
St. Paul restaurant J. Selby's voluntarily pauses indoor dining again
J. Selby's is closing the dining room until COVID cases drop. It will resume curbside pickup.
COVID-19 outbreak at Edison High School prompts online learning for at least two weeks
A "significant" number of students have to quarantine.
Viral spread in latest Minnesota COVID wave more of mystery
Minnesota's contact tracing has plummeted, with 80% of infections identified in August coming from unknown sources.
Minnesota surpasses 8,000 COVID-19 deaths as hospitals fill
Hospitalizations set a 2021 record with 791 COVID-19 patients. Of the state's 1,206 intensive care beds, 95% are occupied. About 92% of non-ICU beds are full.
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Religious exemptions pose new challenges to COVID vaccine mandates
What you need to know about COVID variants, Minnesota mask requirements and more
Tracking coronavirus in Minnesota
State has 7th-highest COVID case rate, 1,000 hospitalizations
Minnesota State colleges continue to lose students during pandemic, worsening long-term trend
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