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Mayo Clinic began girding itself last month for the coming wave of COVID-19 patients when it announced it was deferring all elective care and non-emergency appointments for the next eight weeks.
On Monday, U.S. Attorney Erica H. MacDonald and Minnesota Attorney General Keith Ellison announced the formation of the Minnesota COVID-19 Action Team.
With personnel protective equipment in short supply for emergency responders, the Stewartville Fire and Rescue announced earlier this month it would temporarily suspend its first response service.
The Minnesota House of Representatives on Tuesday approved a proposal to allow emergency responders to draw workers' compensation benefits if they contract the coronavirus while on the job.
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, St. Paul District has closed all guidewall fishing platforms and observation decks at our locks and dams to the public to protect against the further spread of COVID-19.
A Rochester woman was arrested on multiple warrants Monday evening after she was spotted coming out of a storage unit that was supposed to be empty.
Ever since the $2.2 trillion stimulus package (CARES Act) passed a couple of weeks ago, that $1,200 check hasn’t been the only thing on the mind of Minnesotans.
“All it takes,” said Wabasha Mayor Emily Durand, "is for one person to be sick, and that whole house of cards changes."