According to the most recent data available, 2,900,110 people in Minnesota — 64 percent of those 16 and older — had received at least one dose of a COVID-19 vaccine.
Instead, the city may be a study in stymied reform, unenforced policies and a lack of transparency.
Roughly 57.7 percent of Minnesotans age 16 and older are now fully vaccinated.
Overall, 64 percent of Minnesotans age 16 and over have received at least one dose of a vaccine, though the rate drops to 61.1 percent for those living in areas with a high social vulnerability index.
The seven-day case positivity rate, which lags by a week, is 4.2 percent — below the 5-percent threshold state officials say is a concerning sign of disease spread.
As of Saturday, 51.4 percent of the population had received at least one dose of a COVID-19 vaccine.
“We need to realize that we all make mistakes,” said Moen. “We’re all working under different timelines. We should try to have grace for ourselves and others.”
MDH also reports that roughly 55.2 percent of state residents 16 and older are fully vaccinated.
According to most recent day of data available, 50 percent of the population — 62 percent of those 16 or older — have received at least one dose of a COVID-19 vaccine so far.
Many patients may now find their doctors’ clinical notes, test results and other medical data posted to their electronic portal as soon as they are available.
More than 70 percent of cases in Minnesota are now believed to be the more transmissible B117 variant.
Beginning this fall, new hires at Roots — two family practice physicians and a certified nurse midwife — will be qualified for official hospital privileges at North Memorial Health Hospital.
The state also reports that 2,349,214 people, or 42 percent of the population, have been completely vaccinated.
The seven-day case positivity average, which lags by a week, is 5.7 percent, down from 5.9 percent the week prior.
MDH reports 40.6 percent of Minnesota’s population — 51.2 percent of those age 16 and older— have completed a full vaccine series.
“Because the brain is still not finished developing in someone under the age of 25 or 26, they are more sensitive to being impacted or disrupted than someone whose brain has fully developed,” said Dr. Sara Polley.
From the deaths to the isolation to the disruption of routine, the pandemic took a toll on the mental health of many.
According to the most recent data available, roughly 48.3 percent of Minnesota’s population — and 60.9 percent of those age 16 and older — have received at least one dose of a COVID-19 vaccine.
The question has gained urgency as businesses begin to seriously contemplate bringing remote workers back to offices.
The most recent data shows 2,676,919 people in Minnesota, or 48.1 percent of the population, have received at least one dose of a COVID-19 vaccine.