In his new show, “The thing I wanted to do was move beyond depression into mental health in general,” Moe said. “There are a lot of disorders that are very common that don’t get talked about enough.”
The Minnesota Department of Health also reported Sunday that six more Minnesotans have died of COVID-19.
The most recent data available show 166 Minnesotans are hospitalized in intensive care with COVID-19, and 453 are in the hospital with COVID-19 not in intensive care.
MDH infectious disease director Kris Ehresmann also said the state is seeing evidence that two previously rare variants of COVID-19 are circulating more widely in Minnesota — and aren’t solely tied to people who have traveled.
MDH also reports that one-third of all Minnesotans have been completely vaccinated.
Supply of vaccines is finally catching up to demand and clinics are starting to offer walk-in vaccinations. The challenge now is overcoming logistical hurdles for hard-to-reach populations and convincing the initially hesitant to get the shots.
MDH also reported that 2,468,406 people in Minnesota, or 44 percent of the population, had received at least one dose of a COVID-19 vaccine.
At IIT, an offshoot of Ellie Family Services, staff members see the use of psychedelic medication as a new and promising way to help patients move beyond blockages in their mental health and take further steps toward recovery.
The child, who lived in southwestern Minnesota, is the third person under the age of 18 to die of COVID-19 in Minnesota, according to MDH.
The Johnson & Johnson shots will now be accompanied with a warning about a rare side effect causing blood clots.
MDH reports 1,711,408 Minnesotans, or about 30.8 percent of the population, have completed a vaccine series. That’s up 36,643 from the day prior.
The first groups to get vaccinated make up a smaller share of hospitalizations now than they did before. But for adults who do get sick — regardless of age — hospitalization rates have risen.
Currently, the most recent data available show 196 Minnesotans are hospitalized in intensive care with COVID-19, and 487 are in the hospital with COVID-19 not in intensive care.
“When something like this happens, especially with any kind of disability that involves someone’s brain, the individual who had the injury will be a different person than they were before. That’s just the way it is,” said author Lynette Lamb.
MDH also said there have been 560,450 total cases of COVID-19 in the state. That number is up 1,600 from the total announced on Tuesday.
The state also reports 2,304,975 Minnesotans have received at least one dose of the COVID-19 vaccine.
“We are very optimistic that this is going to be ground-breaking work and we hope that we can serve as a leader for state of Minnesota and the country,” said Superintendent Ben Barton.
As of Saturday, the most recent day of data available, 2,292,756 people, or 41.2 percent of Minnesota’s population, has received at least one dose of a COVID-19 vaccine.
Over the course of the pandemic, a total of 7,020 Minnesotans have died of COVID-19.
The pace of vaccination has dipped slightly as Minnesota experiences a crunch in availability from the pause on Johnson & Johnson vaccine use.