Dr. Nyan Pyae thought he was going to the hospital, getting some oxygen and coming back home. What resulted, however, is one of the longest hospital stays for a COVID-19 patient in Minnesota at 106 days.
Surly Brewing Company workers along with community supporters took to a picket line on Sunday to rally against the decision by the craft beer company to close its beer hall.
For the nurses across the globe, home is fraught with uncertainty. Are they exposing their partners and children? Should they quit their jobs to keep their families safe?
It was a busy afternoon at the Minnesota State Capitol on Saturday as the steps became host to a number of different rallies, each focused on pandemic heroes to urging people to vote.
More than 85 Cerenity Humboldt Care Center workers began a 24-hour strike Monday morning.
Tom Johnson was forced to say goodbye to his sister through an iPad.
A manager of several Twin Cities metro area assisted living facilities is being remembered after he died from COVID-19 earlier this month after weeks on the front line of the pandemic.
A new survey conducted by National Nurses United (NNU) found that a majority of respondents reported having to reuse personal protective equipment (PPE) intended for one-time use.
Nurses rallied outside a St. Paul hospital and marched to the Capitol to speak out about the amount of available personal protective equipment. They say there isn’t enough PPE in order to do their jobs safely amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
Tom Moore, who is lauded for raising millions for the NHS in the U.K., will be knighted for his selfless service.
For anyone, getting released from the hospital is cause for celebration, but when you are recovering from COVID-19, it can feel like a medical miracle.
While the state moves to reopen, Minnesota nurses are sounding the alarm about a continued shortage of protective equipment for health care workers.
A former United Hospital nurse is speaking out after he was terminated for violating hospital policies he says he did to protect his co-workers and his family.
Starting Monday, the state of Minnesota loosened restrictions on elective surgeries amid the COVID-19 pandemic, but some hospital workers are concerned by the state’s latest move.
A nurse who works in the intensive care unit at Hennepin Healthcare in Minneapolis is sharing her view of the relentless impact of COVID-19.
Around 11 a.m. Wednesday morning, doctors, nurses and other healthcare providers walked out of their hospitals and clinics in the Twin Cities metro to catch a glimpse of a special flyover dedicated to them.
The Minnesota National Guard will complete flyovers statewide Wednesday to honor those working on the frontlines of the COVID-19 pandemic.
An agricultural seed company has come to the aid of a Minneapolis nursing home.
A second employee within the Minneapolis Police Department has tested positive for COVID-19, according to MPD spokesman John Elder.
Dozens of nurses and healthcare workers protested outside of United Hospital in St. Paul Monday afternoon, calling for hospital leaders to allow them to wear hospital-issued scrubs at work.