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1/4/2022 Over 400 area coronavirus cases, 1 death MANKATO ‚Ai The Minnesota Department of Health reported over 400 newly confirmed cases of the coronavirus in south-central Minnesota on Tuesday.It's the fifth time this winter that local cases have surpassed 400 in a Tuesday report ‚Ai which includes numbers from the weekend and is historically the highest report of the week.Tuesday's report also included one local death: a Brown County resident in their early 90s. It's ...
12/26/2021 West-central Minnesota addiction services let people with substance use disorders reclaim their lives closer to home WILLMAR, Minn. ‚Ai Before the pandemic, Dr. Kathryn Deuvel said, she thought west central Minnesota might be turning a corner on the number of overdose deaths.But with the pandemic , drug overdoses and deaths in the region and across the country went right back up.Minnesota‚Aos overdose deaths had decreased in 2018, the numbers rebounded to previous levels in 2019 and skyrocketed in 2020 after the pandemic ...
12/6/2021 How to get the free at-home Covid tests promised by White House | mllm invest How to get the free at-home Covid tests promised by White House 40 seconds agoCandyRetriever iStock Getty ImagesTens of millions of Americans should soon have access to free at-home Covid tests.The White House made the announcement amid fears of a new variant of the coronavirus. Cases of the variant, called omicron, have already popped up in California, Minnesota, Colorado and New York.Other countries have ...
12/3/2021 New U.S. cases of omicron variant found in Minnesota, Colorado, New York Yahoo News Four states in the U.S. have identified new cases of the omicron variant of the coronavirus.On Thursday, health officials from Minnesota, New York, and Colorado announced cases of the new, highly mutated variant, one day after the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reported the first individual detected with omicron in California.The three cases in California, Minnesota and Colorado have been mild and those individuals are recovering, health ...
12/2/2021 More cases of omicron variant detected across five states The Washington Post This live coverage has ended. For the latest coronavirus news, click here . Nearly a dozen cases of the omicron coronavirus variant have now been detected around the United States, with many of them confirmed in New York on Thursday.New York and Hawaii are the latest to announce infections, and officials in both states said there is evidence of ‚Aucommunity spread.‚Au Cases have also been detected in California, Minnesota and ...
10/19/2021 Minnesota offers kids $100K scholarships, $200 gift cards as COVID-19 vaccine incentives ‚Äì HOT 105! ST. PAUL, Minn. ‚Ai Minnesota Gov. Tim Walz on Monday unveiled a new program, ‚AuKids Deserve a Shot,‚Au aimed at boosting the state‚Aos COVID-19 vaccination rate for children aged 12 to 17 ... kids deserve a shot at these amazing rewards.‚AuMore coronavirus pandemic coverage: Coronavirus: How long between exposure to the virus and the start of symptoms? What are your chances of coming into contact with ...
10/9/2021 Objection Your Honor: Bar Exam Comes Under Further Scrutiny U.S. News & World Report ... minnesota) has begun a comprehensive study that could offer new pathways into the profession as early as 2026.Minnesota is one of 38 states that require new lawyers to pass the Universal Bar Examination, a grueling test that came under increased scrutiny last year.When the coronavirus pandemic struck, some states allowed law graduates to postpone taking the two-day, 12-hour exam for public health reasons. Meanwhile, George Floyd ...
10/9/2021 Objection your honor: Bar exam comes under further scrutiny SFGate ... Minnesota has begun a comprehensive study that could offer new pathways into the profession as early as 2026.Minnesota is one of 38 states that require new lawyers to pass the Universal Bar Examination, a grueling test that came under increased scrutiny last year.When the coronavirus pandemic struck, some states allowed law graduates to postpone taking the two-day, 12-hour exam for public health reasons. Meanwhile, George Floyd ...
10/9/2021 Objection your honor: Bar exam comes under further scrutiny ... Minnesota has begun a comprehensive study that could offer new pathways into the profession as early as 2026.Minnesota is one of 38 states that require new lawyers to pass the Universal Bar Examination, a grueling test that came under increased scrutiny last year.When the coronavirus pandemic struck, some states allowed law graduates to postpone taking the two-day, 12-hour exam for public health reasons. Meanwhile, George Floyd ...
10/8/2021 Virus Expert Just Issued This Sober Warning Coronavirus cases and hospitalizations are going down‚A¶but with 68 million Americans still left unvaccinated, the virus still has bodies to infect, and threatens to develop more mutations like the "more transmissible" Delta variant. What does this mean for you and how can you stay safe? Dr. Michael Osterholm, an epidemiologist and director of the Center for Infectious Disease Research and Policy at the University of Minnesota, gave a ...
10/6/2021 Colorado Woman With Kidney Failure Refused By Colorado Hospital Over Her Vaccine Status PinAccording to reports, the health system said in August that the coronavirus vaccination would not be required prior to surgery.A Colorado woman suffering from stage 5 renal failure is rushing to locate a new hospital to conduct a kidney transplant after a health system in the state rejected the operation because both she and her donor were unvaccinated against the coronavirus. Trending: Minnesota Supreme Court Overturns Murder Conviction ...
10/4/2021 MNsure rates will rise, but federal tax breaks will save Minnesotans money ... for individuals who buy health insurance on MNsure, the state-run marketplace, will rise between 4.3 and 11.3 percent, the Minnesota Department of Commerce said Friday, Oct. 1. However, many Minnesotans will ultimately pay less ... percent. Health officials say many people deferred care during the coronavirus pandemic because of concerns over safety. This year‚Aos higher rate increase for coverage starting in 2022 led Senate Republicans to again call for ...
10/4/2021 MNsure enrollment starts in November, find out if credits will save you money ... for individuals who buy health insurance on MNsure, the state-run marketplace, will rise between 4.3 and 11.3 percent, the Minnesota Department of Commerce said Friday, Oct. 1. However, many Minnesotans will ultimately pay less ... percent. Health officials say many people deferred care during the coronavirus pandemic because of concerns over safety. This year‚Aos higher rate increase for coverage starting in 2022 led Senate Republicans to again call for ...
9/30/2021 Minnesota reports 31 COVID-19 deaths, one of the biggest daily totals of the year ST. PAUL ‚Ai Minnesota added 31 more fatalities to the state‚Aos COVID-19 death toll Wednesday, Sept. 29, one of the largest one-day tallies of the year, pushing the pandemic total to 8,140 ... living. The state Department of Health also reported 2,077 new coronavirus infections for a total of 708,220 since March 2020. Of those who tested positive 96% have recovered enough they no longer need to be ...
9/30/2021 More Prison Inmates Vaccinated Than Corrections Employees U.S. News & World Report Virtual Event: Healthcare of Tomorrow ¬ª Healthcare of Tomorrow ¬ª A U.S. News virtual event series where industry leaders discuss common challenges and solutions for the future of health. Learn more More Prison Inmates Vaccinated Than Corrections Employees The Minnesota Department of Corrections has been more successful getting inmates immunized against the coronavirus than it has for its own employees. ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) ‚Ai The [Minnesota](/news/best-states ...
9/29/2021 Hundreds of University of Minnesota faculty want stronger vaccine policies MINNEAPOLIS -- At the University of Minnesota, hundreds of faculty and staff say the school system has not taken strong enough coronavirus precautions as the state sees a spike in cases linked to the delta variant. Adjunct professor Bobak Ha‚AoEri spent the summer taking care of his dying father and has a child with health concerns at home. He worried about stepping back into a classroom full of students and ...
9/22/2021 Minnesota legal aid deploys self-service kiosks to sustain services statewide CONTINUE TO SITE ¬ª] or wait 15 seconds The Minnesota Legal Services Coalition embarked on a $3.5 million project that deployed self-service kiosks to more than 250 locations in Minnesota. When the coronavirus pandemic brought court proceedings to a halt, millions were inconvenienced. None more so than people without Internet access. The Minnesota Legal Services Coalition went into action to make sure its constituents ‚Ai people who are economically ...
9/18/2021 Minnesota girl, 8, infected by COVID is left paralyzed and fighting for her life after coronavirus triggered rare auto-immune disease: 'We're seeing cases all over the world', her doctor warns An otherwise healthy eight-year-old Minnesota girl who contracted COVID has been left paralyzed and fighting for her life after the virus triggered a rare auto-immune disease - and her doctor says there is ... infections, with the only virus Avella testing positive for being coronavirus, according to local news network KMSP .'We have every reason to believe that COVID was the triggering virus here,' Dr. Michael Pitt, Avella's pediatrician ...
9/18/2021 Religious exemption may be difficult to obtain, as Amish case shows‚Ķ ... coronavirus vaccine. But exemptions may be available for those who have a medical condition or a sincerely held religious belief that prevents them from getting vaccinated. In our world of bureaucrats gone wild, what counts as a ‚Ausincerely held religious belief‚Au is anything but simple. A recent case, unrelated to the pandemic, illustrates the point. When an Amish community in Minnesota sought a religious exemption from state water-control ...
9/18/2021 Religious exemption to vaccine mandates may be difficult to obtain, as Amish case shows ... coronavirus vaccine. But exemptions may be available for those who have a medical condition or a sincerely held religious belief that prevents them from getting vaccinated. In our world of bureaucrats gone wild, what counts as a ‚Ausincerely held religious belief‚Au is anything but simple. A recent case, unrelated to the pandemic, illustrates the point. When an Amish community in Minnesota sought a religious exemption from state water-control ...
9/18/2021 Religious exemption to vaccine mandates may be difficult to obtain, as Amish case shows The Hill ... coronavirus vaccine. But exemptions may be available for those who have a medical condition or a sincerely held religious belief that prevents them from getting vaccinated. In our world of bureaucrats gone wild, what counts as a ‚Ausincerely held religious belief‚Au is anything but simple.A recent case, unrelated to the pandemic, illustrates the point. When an Amish community in Minnesota sought a religious exemption from state water-control ...
9/14/2021 Latest: North Dakota health care system needs 300 nurses | 8News ... AM EDT / Updated: Sep 14, 2021 / 05:08 PM EDTA man wearing a face mask to help protect from the coronavirus carries goody bags as he walks by a row of bicycles parked along a ... metropolitan area of about 250,000 people in North Dakota and Minnesota.Hospitals across the region are filling up with both COVID-19 and non-COVID-19 patients, Griffin said. Fargo Sanford is about two to ...
9/14/2021 Latest: North Dakota health care system needs 300 nurses - WBOC TV ... vice president and medical officer in Fargo, which serves a metropolitan area of about 250,000 people in North Dakota and Minnesota.Hospitals across the region are filling up with both COVID-19 and non-COVID ... Ai Russia's Putin in self-isolation due to coronavirus cases in inner circle‚Ai UK recommends COVID-19 booster shots for those over age 50‚Ai Judge blocks medical worker vaccine mandate in ...
9/13/2021 Respiratory therapists overwhelmed by COVID-19 hospitalizations ... the clinic‚Aos respiratory therapists have been a scarcity, pulled to assist in the main hospital as the number of coronavirus inpatients rises.Anywhere from 25 to 35 COVID patients are being hospitalized at Gundersen ... the North Regional Respiratory Care Conference.Clinics around Wisconsin and Minnesota are finding respiratory therapists in high demand, and Mahr says on three occasions already those working in the Cystic Fibrosis Clinic at Gundersen have ...
9/12/2021 Understanding the delta variant, vaccines and breakthrough cases in Minnesota ST. PAUL ‚Ai The number of Minnesotans hospitalized and newly infected with the coronavirus continues to increase as the more contagious delta variant spreads. State and federal health officials say COVID-19 vaccines remain the best defense against the deadly virus. On Friday, Sept. 10, alone, the state reported 2,050 new infections and nearly 700 hospitalizations. There were also 18 more deaths. ‚AuVaccination against the delta variant still remains highly ...