As the pandemic drags on for another month, people may be letting their guards down. But the virus is more widespread than ever, and a traditional Thanksgiving dinner adds to the risks.
Nineteen more Minnesotans have died of COVID-19, the Minnesota Department of Health said Monday.
A Q&A with Barb Larson Taylor, coordinator of the college’s COVID-19 Response Team, about how the fall semester is going.
Minnesota has now reported more than 30 deaths from COVID-19 in four of the last five days, and a total of 199 deaths in the first eight days of November.
With Friday’s new totals, Minnesota’s death toll since the start of the pandemic stands at 2,591.
Since the start of the pandemic, there have been a total of 164,865 total cases of COVID-19 in Minnesota.
Greater Minnesota continues to be a hotspot for COVID-19.
The Minnesota Department of Health also announced Tuesday that 15 more Minnesotans with COVID-19 have died.
The Minnesota Department of Health said the number of positive cases in the state is up 2,948 from Sunday’s count, based on 37,429 new tests.
Their goal is to engage members and work with them to get the treatment they need.
Sunday’s 18 deaths follow 20 deaths announced on Saturday, for a total of 38 announced over the course of the weekend.
The Minnesota Department of Health also announced Friday that 18 more Minnesotans with COVID-19 had died, bringing the total since the start of the pandemic to 2,437.
The number of positive cases is up 2,867 from Wednesday’s count — a new single-day record — and is based on 27,769 new tests.
Nineteen more Minnesotans have died of COVID-19, the Minnesota Department of Health said Wednesday.
Courts and the Republican-controlled Legislature limited the powers of the Democratic governor. Partisan messaging led many residents to spurn masks and distancing.
The Minnesota Department of Health also announced that 15 more Minnesotans with COVID-19 have died.
This change by the CDC suggests that we need to be more careful about brief interactions – for example, in the office or at school.
Minnesota Department of Health said Monday that four more Minnesotans have died of COVID-19, while the number of positives is up 1,570 from Sunday’s count.
The conference, titled “Building Mindful Connections: The Invincibility of Mindful Self-Care for Helping Professionals,” will be held virtually on Oct. 31.
The Minnesota Department of Health said Sunday the number of new cases is up 1,680 from Saturday’s count, based on 34,488 new tests.