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As the novel coronavirus spreads across the world, we've answered reader question about what they most want to know about the outbreak.
This week, the state will surpass the milestone of more than 600,000 tests processed since the pandemic began. That's roughly 10% of the state's population, although some people have been tested more than once.
Mower County has emerged as a new hot spot for confirmed cases, with more than 80 additional infections detected this week for a total of 744 cases since the pandemic began.
State officials have offered guidelines for three potential scenarios for the new school year.
Donated by the manufacturer and distributed by federal and state governments, the antiviral drug is still in short supply.
COVID-19 has claimed 12 more lives and has been discovered in another 419 Minnesotans.
Health officials are monitoring the growth in cases, following a gradual reopening of houses of worship and some businesses.
Gov. Tim Walz has loosened restrictions designed to slow the spread of COVID-19, allowing for limited indoor dining, indoor entertainment, fitness club usage and outdoor entertainment of up to 250 people, starting Wednesday.
Six of the state's nursing homes have lost more than 50 residents to the coronavirus.
Many people don't enroll in public health insurance programs immediately after they become unemployed.