Minnesota Governor Tim Walz unveiled a new online dashboard providing data regarding COVID-19 testing, supplies and more.
Minnesota Gov. Tim Walz said Friday that he is likely to extend his stay-home order through the end of April, though no decision will be finalized until next week.
As soon as Friday, Minnesota will begin identifying nursing homes and other facilities that have seen COVID-19 cases, as the coronavirus has now spread to 47 different care facilities.
Minnesota Gov. Tim Walz says there is a "strong possibility" that in-person classes will be canceled for the rest of the school year.
Minnesota Gov. Tim Walz is self-quarantining and working from home for 14 days after a member of his security detail tested positive for the coronavirus, but that State Trooper has now recovered, the Governor announced Thursday.
The 2020 Minnesota governor's fishing opener has been postponed to next year due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Minnesota officials are trying to manage a complicated supply-chain to support hospitals as they anticipate the peak of the pandemic, when resources like masks, respirators, and ventilators will be in short supply.
Governor Tim Walz says the pressure is on to get more equipment for health care workers on the frontline of the COVID-19 crisis as the country faces a shortage of personal protective equipment (PPE).
Many students started distance learning in kitchens and living rooms across Minnesota Monday, but absent the typical classroom environment, some faced complications.
Amid the COVID-19 pandemic, several states have issued stay at home orders and urged residents to maintain social distancing guidelines.
Two-thirds of police calls in Minnesota were domestic violence-related, Gov. Tim Walz announced Monday.
Saturday morning, Minnesota Governor Tim Walz signed a bill to allocate $330 million in COVID-19 aid in Minnesota, bringing the state’s total response to more than $550 million to manage the COVID-19 pandemic.
Gov. Tim Walz said the state is “getting a lot of calls and experiencing cases of discrimination” against Asian and Pacific Islander Minnesotans as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Plans are in the works in Minnesota to find alternative places to treat COVID-19 patients if there isn’t enough room in the hospitals.
Minnesota Gov. Tim Walz has issued a statewide stay-at-home order, joining at least 19 other states, including neighboring Wisconsin, in taking that step to slow the spread of the coronavirus. The governor announced the new restrictions during a 2 p.m. speech televised to the state Wednesday.
Gov. Tim Walz says his newly issued stay-at-home order for the state of Minnesota will reduce physical interaction by 80 percent and buy the state’s health care system “valuable time” to set up more hospital beds.
States and metropolitan counties across the United States are issuing shelter-in-place orders in an effort to combat the spread of COVID-19 and those orders are creating a clearer picture of what a similar order would look like in Minnesota.
Gov. Tim Walz says he will extend an order forcing thousands of Minnesota businesses to close beyond its original end date of Friday as the coronavirus spreads across the state.
Minnesota now has 235 confirmed cases of COVID-19, up from the 169 cases reported on Sunday. It is the largest single-day spike in cases the state has seen to date.
Governor Tim Walz is looking to address the shortage of personal protective equipment (PPE) in hospitals amid the novel coronavirus pandemic by ordering organizations to complete an inventory of all PPE and prepare to donate their items.