Saturday, March 13 marked a milestone: one year since the declaration of a national emergency because of COVID-19.
One year into the COVID-19 pandemic, many millions of N95 masks are pouring out of American factories and heading into storage.
The Minneapolis VA hosted a walk-in COVID-19 vaccination session Monday for veterans of any age who are considered essential, frontline workers.
As more and more students head back to class, some Minnesota teachers are anxious about being back in the building.
Minnesota's timeline for offering coronavirus vaccines to all remaining health care workers and long-term care residents is slipping well into February as the state's limited doses are spread thin.
With restaurants closed and staff laid off, this past year has been a difficult one for the hospitality industry. However, a group of chefs are stepping up to help their colleagues.
Papa John’s is striving to be more like Father Christmas.
It was an emotional day on Saturday at M Health Fairview where staff joined more than 900 other healthcare workers in receiving the first doses of the COVID-19 vaccine.
They’re our frontline workers, and we are depending on them more than ever. And as nurses put in overtime to get us through this pandemic, there are students working hard to join their ranks.
St. Cloud Hospital became the first private hospital in Minnesota to administer COVID-19 vaccines on Thursday.
For the last several weeks, 25 ambulances provided by FEMA have helped deal with the crush of COVID-19 cases in the Twin Cities metro that pushed emergency crews to the limit.
President-elect Joe Biden is calling for urgent action on the coronavirus pandemic as he introduces his health care team.
Inside a Twin Cities area COVID-19 intensive care unit, frontline healthcare workers and patients described what has become a “hectic” and “chaotic” day-to-day existence.
Two firefighter groups asked Gov. Tim Walz to overrule the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and include first responders in the first wave of Minnesotans who get coronavirus vaccines.
Minnesota Governor Tim Walz highlighted the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on first responders, who remain on the frontlines as community spread increases statewide and hospital ICU nears capacity in the Twin Cities metro area.
As COVID-19 hospitalizations reach peak levels in Minnesota and the country, four medical professionals with the Mayo Clinic opened up about their personal struggles on the frontlines of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Operations chief: "I've never been more grateful for — or proud of — our teams."
A walk through the halls of any Minnesota hospital and you would never know it's Thanksgiving day. The staff is so busy, they barely have time to eat, and many of the patients are so sick they are sedated.
The National Academies of Sciences, Engineering and Medicine are requesting that first responders be included in the initial COVID-19 vaccine distribution phase.
Governor Walz and representatives from Minnesota hospitals are urging the public to respect new COVID-19 guidelines to slow the spike in cases in the state as Thanksgiving approaches.