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Twin City Gardens has been cited for violating federal and state regulations during inspections and complaint investigations and had numerous unpaid bills.
COVID-19 cases in Minnesota pre-K-12 schools have dropped significantly with the number of new infections falling nearly 70%. One student and two staff members have died of COVID-19 complications last week.
The shots will be available shortly after federal officials give approval, expected in early November.
New research center will address high rates of heart disease in Black, Indigenous and people of color communities.
The National Guard will also be used to start a new community rapid testing program.
Despite concerns that an upcoming federal vaccination mandate for long-term care workers would lead to resignations, Minnesota nursing homes so far have consistently managed to staff about two health care workers for every resident, although some are temporary employees.
As COVID-19 case surge continues, urban and rural hospitals are filling up.
The increases come as drug overdose deaths in Minnesota reached record levels.
Minnesotans might get shots quicker at pharmacies than at large health care systems, state health officials said, adding that Pfizer vaccine supply is sufficient to meet demand.
The program will help improve child-care worker salaries.