“Music is critical at all points in time, but now it’s even more,” said Paul Babcock, president and CEO of MacPhail Center for Music in Minneapolis.
Medical personnel who are treating people with anosmia should use personal protective gear and avoid doing nonessential procedures, the specialists add.
Psychiatrist and educator Kaz Nelson discusses four common mental health reactions during the coronavirus crisis: psychological stress, grief, isolation/loneliness and panic.
Despite the help from Mayo and potentially other labs, the state will “continue to focus on the highest priority patients” until officials are sure there’s a reliable supply chain to support more expansive testing.
Minnesota also saw its confirmed case count jump to 137.
Gov. Tim Walz doesn’t consider a “shelter-in-place” order necessary now but may make such an order in the future.
As you age, the reduced “attention span” of your innate and adaptive immune responses make it harder for the body to respond to viral infection, giving the virus the upper hand.
In Tuscania, the town where I live in Italy, daily life has come to a standstill.
The longer schools and businesses stay shut, the more uncertain the future is for many providers.
Internet providers in Minnesota have signed on to the Keep Americans Connected Pledge, which says that the companies won’t terminate internet service to residential or small business customers for reasons connected to the coronavirus crisis.
A Wisconsin endocrinologist answers your questions about diabetes and COVID-19.
MinnPost took a tour of the marquees and storefronts of the ghost town that is the Twin Cities.
There are a lot of things that people are either overlooking or misunderstanding about social distancing.
Because of a lack of testing capacity due to supply chain issues not meeting demand, the true number of cases is likely much larger.
Offices have reduced staff, encouraged telework and are conducting meetings by phone.
Districts responded quickly to the governor’s directive to pull together on-site child care for emergency workers, in an effort to help stem a ripple effect that school closures could have on the state’s ability to respond to COVID-19.
ProPublica health care reporter Caroline Chen dug into the projections to learn what to make of them. Forecasts are fuzzy, but the takeaway is clear: Stay home.
Although older people are at greatest risk of dying from COVID-19, younger adults make up a significant proportion of coronavirus-related hospitalizations in the U.S., according to a new report.
A quick summary of Minnesota Gov. Tim Walz’s Wednesday press conference on the state’s efforts to respond to the coronavirus pandemic.
In Minnesota, the problem is that some supplies needed for testing are in short supply.