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State health officials reported Saturday 10 more deaths from COVID-19 across the state, exactly 27 weeks after Minnesota's first death report came March 21.
No numbers yet, but some services could move from St. Paul to Minneapolis.
The Minneapolis-based startup company is now selling fully insured coverage.
The gathering, attended by scores of students, took place outside dorms on the Minneapolis campus.
Among all expectant mothers, Black and Hispanic women are contracting the coronavirus in numbers that far exceed their share of the population.
The state could see a spike with schools, indoor activities — and the flu.
The pandemic has now caused 79,880 confirmed cases in Minnesota.
Infections are occurring in clinics and hospitals, but state health leaders believe the majority of doctors and nurses are infected while away from work.
State health officials blame those who are disregarding guidelines for mask-wearing and social distancing.
The pandemic has now caused 74,257 confirmed cases in Minnesota.