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A dramatic plunge in new coronavirus cases, combined with an aggressive rollout of vaccines, has injected new life into senior communities.
A federal court in St. Paul will review whether the program is "unconstitutionally punitive."
"Vaccine chasers" pool their intel on Facebook, with tips on where to get the shots on short notice
State health officials say there are promising signs the COVID-19 vaccine is reducing infections.
The bill already has aroused strong passions and sets the stage for a showdown this legislative session.
DHS officials promised to meet with the sex offenders and explore changes to the state program.
Advocates say Minnesota's vaccine plan discriminates against vulnerable populations who live on their own: "We feel forgotten."
The burial customs and ceremonies that many Indigenous communities have cherished for generations are under pressure from an unforeseen enemy — COVID-19.
The hunger strike is an escalation of a weekslong protest over long confinements.
A large outbreak of the virus has fueled long-simmering tensions over civil liberties at the state program.