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From no hoops to drive-up confession: signs of the COVID times

MinnPost toured and tooled around the Twin Cities, looking for signs of life during COVID-19.

Minnesotans entered the sixth week of the statewide COVID-19 shutdown with messages of thanks, hope, distancing, and determination. MinnPost toured and tooled around, looking for signs of life:

St. Stephen’s Lutheran Church, West St. Paul.
MinnPost photo by Jim Walsh
St. Stephen’s Lutheran Church, West St. Paul.
Boarded up baskets, Marthaler Park, West St. Paul.
MinnPost photo by Jim Walsh
Boarded up baskets, Marthaler Park, West St. Paul.

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St. Maron’s Maronite Catholic Church, St. Anthony East, Minneapolis.
MinnPost photo by Jim Walsh
St. Maron’s Maronite Catholic Church, St. Anthony East, Minneapolis.
Whole Foods, East Calhoun, Minneapolis.
MinnPost photo by Jim Walsh
Whole Foods, Minneapolis.

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Corona 2020 tears graffiti, King Field, Minneapolis.
MinnPost photo by Jim Walsh
Corona 2020 tears graffiti, Kingfield, Minneapolis.
Near North, Minneapolis.
MinnPost photo by Jim Walsh
Near north, Minneapolis.

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Abbott-Northwestern Hospital, Whittier, Minneapolis.
MinnPost photo by Jim Walsh
Abbott-Northwestern Hospital, south Minneapolis.
A sign and a sanitizer bottle: Tremblay’s Sweet Shop, Stillwater.
MinnPost photo by Jim Walsh
A sign and a sanitizer bottle: Tremblay’s Sweet Shop, Stillwater.
Mendota Heights.
MinnPost photo by Jim Walsh
Mendota Heights.
Diamond Lake, Minneapolis.
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South Minneapolis.
The Record Spot, Kingfield, Minneapolis.
MinnPost photo by Jim Walsh
The Record Spot, Kingfield, Minneapolis.
Justice Page Middle School, Tangletown, Minneapolis.
MinnPost photo by Jim Walsh
Justice Page Middle School, Tangletown, Minneapolis.