Minnesota health officials continue to report new cases of more contagious COVID-19 variants in the state.
Lawmakers have seemingly put mutual aid funding on the back burner, potentially indefinitely.
The Minnesota Department of Health also said Monday that five more Minnesotans have died of COVID-19.
The Minnesota Department of Health also said Sunday that five Minnesotans have died of COVID-19.
How many more people just became eligible. Why now. And how you can get an appointment for a shot.
The ACLU and the Freedom Fund oppose the proposal, saying it could put domestic violence victims in danger and distract from broader efforts to change the cash bail system in Minnesota.
When it comes to the chance of virus spread, not all outdoor gatherings are equal.
Much of the spread of the B117 variant of COVID-19 in Minnesota has been among school-age children.
The Minnesota Department of Health has found 317 cases of the B117 variant in the state, up from 250 cases reported Monday, as well as 73 cases of two strains that were identified in California and three cases of the B1351 variant first identified in South Africa.
The increase in many Minnesotans’ home heating bills is because of cold weather elsewhere. When an arctic blast froze Texas in mid-February, natural gas supply seized up as demand skyrocketed, driving up prices.
The Minnesota Department of Health also said Tuesday that two more Minnesotans have died of COVID-19.
While the money has been celebrated by child care advocates, the windfall has also raised questions over how best to use it.
The state’s most recent data say 1,163,483 Minnesotans, roughly 20.9 percent of the state’s population, have received at least one dose of a COVID-19 vaccine.
A few districts and charter schools plan to be in distance learning for at least several more weeks, including the largest district in Greater Minnesota: Rochester.
Who qualifies, where to get a shot, and whether you’ll have to show proof of a job or health condition.
According to the most recent data, 1,086,936 Minnesotans, or roughly 19.5 percent of the state’s population, have received at least one dose of a vaccine so far.
Democrats who have a majority in the state House have rejected both Walz’s plan and all Republican proposals, in part because they want new regulations on police, not just money for law enforcement.
The Minnesota Department of Health also reported Sunday that 4 more people have died of COVID-19.
The Minnesota Department of Health also said Friday that 13 more Minnesotans have died of COVID-19, for a total of 6,534.