Minnesota also saw reported deaths and hospitalizations from the disease increase over the previous week.
It goes by a number of different names: long COVID, long-haul COVID or, per the CDC, “Post-COVID conditions.” Whatever you call it, it’s bad news.
Kratsch, the founder of Infinite Campus, knows from personal experience that getting help for those experiencing mental health distress can be a confusing and frustrating process.
On Monday, the Minnesota Department of Health said they know of 8,184 cases throughout the pandemic in the state in which someone who previously had COVID-19 was reinfected.
Gov. Tim Walz, Minnesota Health Commissioner Jan Malcolm, and former governor Tim Pawlenty each received a booster shot Tuesday to promote immunization against COVID-19.
Youth programming is something of a new offering at Brighter Days Family Grief Center, which was established in 2016 as a resource and support program for families coping with the loss of a loved one.
Families with young kids have been waiting for months for news on when children under 12 would be eligible for vaccines. That time is coming soon.
In spite of that, the case positivity rate increased slightly.
Earlier this month, the Minnesota Psychiatric Society released a position paper opposing authorization of medical cannabis as a treatment for all anxiety disorders.
New guidelines from the US Preventive Services Task Force are once again taking an axe to the often-heard health axiom: “An aspirin a day keeps the doctor away.”
Minnesota reported 127 new COVID-19 deaths in the last week, up from 94 the week prior.
People looking to cast doubt on the vaccines’ efficacy often cite a CDC study leaked by the New York Times saying viral loads were similar for vaccinated and unvaccinated people. But the study has serious limitations, and in any case doesn’t give the full picture on transmission.
Michael Manning, director of food and nutrition at Richfield Public Schools, said the district is committed to offering food options that represent all of the cultures of the student body. Many of those just happen to be plant-based.
Minnesota also reported 94 COVID-19 deaths in the last week.
Federal authorities recently authorized a third shot for some fully vaccinated groups. Here’s what you need to know about boosters.
Minnesotans report difficulty buying rapid tests and longer waits for test results, even as new cases of COVID-19 persist at high levels.
The boosters are available to people who got the Pfizer vaccine and meet certain other conditions.
Facing a nationwide shortage of forensic psychiatrists, the U’s program emphasizes to med school graduates the benefits of a public-sector career.
For one thing, students are back in classrooms. For another, the delta variant is far more contagious than the original strain of coronavirus Minnesota saw last fall.
Mortality statistics from the early twentieth century are imprecise.