Insurers are supposed to pay for the updated coronavirus vaccine after the federal government stopped buying them. But some consumers are being turned away.
The governor said he believes the latest coronavirus vaccine will arrive this week in clinics and pharmacies across the state.
Sampling shows less of the strain on which latest vaccines are based, but health officials believe the shots will still offer strong protection.
The updated shots could be available within days.
Most Americans should get an updated COVID-19 vaccine, health officials said Tuesday.
BA.2.86 is the most mutated version of coronavirus since omicron, raising fears about reinfection. But it's unclear whether it's transmissible enough to surge.
Humanetics received a $20 million Department of Defense contract to develop the drug to prevent long-term damage from radiation.
Protective benefit reported as COVID-19 levels remain low in Minnesota but tick back up to spring levels.
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The state's nonprofit sector has nearly 3% fewer employees than it had in 2019, a bigger decline than the state's overall workforce.
Intensive care COVID-19 cases rebound after reaching a low of one this summer, but remain low overall.
Twitter users and some media outlets have unofficially nicknamed the subvariant "Eris."
Infections have been trending upward for about four weeks, but the virus is unlikely to cause the harm this winter that was seen in previous seasons.
A study shows that people who reported long COVID symptoms for at least 12 weeks after an infection performed poorly in memory, reasoning and motor control tests.
Heightened demand for mental health treatment is amplifying long-standing questions about whether Minnesota has enough providers — particularly for children and teens.
The White House adviser is optimistic about new boosters — but still sleeps with one eye open.
Epidemiologists keep watch for any uptick in pandemic activity following the July 4th holiday.
A new study suggests people with a specific version of a gene were far more likely to experience an asymptomatic infection than those without.
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Ontario resort owners at the Northwest Sportshow say bookings are rising, now that COVID-19 border-crossing restrictions have been lifted.
Their stance is illogical and damaging to the team's likability — and playoff chances. These players are betraying their organization.
Canadian resort owners and outfitters hope anglers respond in droves, but Americans' reluctance to get shots might limit numbers.
US diplomat says intelligence from 'Five Eyes' nations helped Canada to link India to Sikh's killing
Some people seeking the newest COVID-19 vaccine are running into high demand, insurance headaches and supply delays coast to coast.
The Biden administration announced Wednesday that it is providing $600 million in funding to produce new at-home COVID-19 tests and is restarting a website allowing Americans to again order up to four free tests per household — aiming to prevent possible shortages during a rise in coronavirus cases that has typically come during colder months.
Expert advice on masking, testing, vaccines and boosters is evolving along with coronavirus variants. Here's the latest from Minnesota and the CDC.
Updated COVID-19 vaccines are coming soon, just in time to pair them with flu shots. And this fall, the first vaccines for another scary virus called RSV are rolling out to older adults and pregnant women.
"The fact that [her] criminality exploited a national crisis renders it all the more aggravating," the prosecution wrote in a court filing.