It wasn’t fringy conspiracy theory bloggers who were sounding the pandemic alarm. It was some of the best and brightest people on the planet, including Bill Gates.
The bill provides money for child care centers, homeless services, food banks and small business loans. It also establishes the COVID-19 Minnesota Fund, which will receive $200 million to “protect Minnesota citizens” and “maintain state government operations.”
Compared to people who walked 4,000 steps per day (the equivalent of about 2 miles), those who walked 8,000 steps per day were half as likely to die within the decade, a study found.
I hope people dust off the New Deal and consider those ideas as a pathway out.
The state’s continuity of operations plan calls for the governor and lieutenant governor to stay away from each other as a means of preventing both from becoming sick with COVID-19 at the same time.
What Minnesota’s stay-at-home order restricts (and doesn’t) — and how it will be enforced.
Under the legislation’s guidelines, grants from the emergency fund can cover supplies and space but also staff overtime, hiring or training.
On Wednesday night, the Senate passed the third and largest coronavirus (COVID-19) response package: a $2 trillion bill.
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