Under the emergency agreement struck last year, the state is billed $87 to $120.99 per test, depending on whether the sample came from a free community walk-up site or the statewide mail-order testing program.
At least 1.6 million Minnesotans have received full vaccinations.
Single-dose product is key for reaching some groups, health officials say, but they fear a stigma might linger.
Half of eligible Minnesota's have received COVID-19 vaccine, bringing state closer to 80% herd immunity goal.
As the novel coronavirus spreads across the world, we've answered reader question about what they most want to know about the outbreak.
Latest wave would have been far worse without vaccine, Mayo Clinic modeling shows.
Minnesota reported 2,429 new coronavirus cases and 10 more deaths linked to COVID-19. The seven-day average for net new cases declined for a second straight day.
The team will test again for COVID-19 this morning, and those results would affect whether the Twins can fly to Oakland, or whether that series goes on at all.
Mpls. high school seniors will graduate in person, but with COVID-19 safety compromises.
Grant money promised by Congress' #SaveOurStages bill was stalled by a website crash last week.
As states around the country lift COVID-19 restrictions, Oregon is poised to go the opposite direction — and many residents are fuming about it.
U.S. sets up a network to track viral variants.
At least Strait's date at U.S. Bank Stadium has only been put off until November instead of next year.
Alibi at Froggy Bottoms remains open without serving alcohol.
First report of six breakthrough COVID-19 deaths in fully vaccinated individuals in Minnesota underscores need for broad immunization strategy.
Here are answers to questions you may have about vaccines and the state's strategy to vaccinate millions of Minnesotans.
Doses of the COVID-19 vaccine are being administered through health systems, state clinics, health departments and pharmacies. Here's what you need to know.
The league asked state health officials to not require spring sports athletes to wear masks while competing. Plus new section assignments, spring tournament dates and updates about girls' wrestling and boys' volleyball.
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The personal services industry, which includes businesses like salons, spas and barber shops, lost more jobs to the pandemic than any other industry in the state.
"The Hilarious World of Depression" host John Moe is back with a new podcast.
A great many things have to come together before a Great Minnesota Get-Together, and almost none of them can wait.
Psychiatrist Dr. Dionne Hart speaks out about huge gaps in mental health services among communities of color
Minnesota is almost halfway to vaccinating 80% of its eligible population against COVID-19, but whether it can reach that goal — or even needs to — is unclear.
The team will return to action with a doubleheader in Oakland.
Vaccination progress continues — with 52% of eligible Minnesotans and 85% of senior citizens at least receiving a first dose.
The series of confrontations took place after a cashier told the suspect to put on a face mask.
Early signs of slowing growth in the latest COVID-19 pandemic wave raise hopes that vaccination progress is paying off.