Recent content from Jeremy Olson
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.
Hospitalizations declined on Friday, but 33 newly confirmed COVID-19 deaths brought the total count in Minnesota to 1,148 in the pandemic.
The first-of-its-kind trial adds badly needed evidence to the politicized debate over whether hydroxychloroquine treats or prevents COVID-19.
Tracking down people exposed to the COVID-19 virus could get tougher following civil unrest; protesters encouraged to seek testing.
State health officials say such mass gatherings could be breeding grounds for COVID-19, though outdoor air could lessen the risk.
Ten COVID-19 deaths reported Monday represented the lowest total in two weeks, but trend unclear.
University of Minnesota research questions about COVID-19 include connection to new multiorgan syndrome now confirmed in two Minnesota children.
Health officials are trying to assess whether recent plateau in cases is a blip in the pandemic or a sign of progress.
Mask-wearing and social-distancing make for bizarre contradictions amid incidents of violent protests and looting.
Coronavirus continues to spread across Minnesota, where only remote Cook and Lake of the Woods counties have yet to confirm cases.