The federal government, which controls the distribution of the vaccine to the states, has told Minnesota officials that the first shipment will contain 46,800 doses of the Pfizer vaccine.
One of the lowest daily reports in several weeks came as testing volume was also relatively low. State officials will be watching this week to see if case counts reflect Thanksgiving gatherings.
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Here are answers to questions you may have about vaccines and the state's strategy to vaccinate millions of Minnesotans.
As the novel coronavirus spreads across the world, we've answered reader question about what they most want to know about the outbreak.
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The governor thanked Minnesotans on Monday for a recent hike in mask-wearing, based on survey data, and said it should be a bridge for the state to a COVID-19 vaccine.
Fitness studios and gyms will be able to reopen at lower capacity, and bars and restaurants may resume only outdoor service.
Pandemic wave has shown watch-like precision of peaks in infections followed by hospitalizations and deaths.
The Minnesota Department of Health on Tuesday reported 21 more COVID-19 deaths and 2,340 newly lab-confirmed infections. Vaccinations at most Minnesota hospitals and clinics will start next week.
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Loose-knit group of about 160 businesses committed to reopening early.
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It's possible to limit the risks of a large gathering and still keep some of the magic.
Thousands of doses of the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine started arriving this week in Minnesota. The first vaccinations are scheduled to start today at the Minneapolis VA Medical Center and next week at hospitals and clinics statewide.
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The move by the Food and Drug Administration tweaks the recipe of shots made by Pfizer and Moderna.
The ruling gives airports, mass transit systems, airlines and ride-hailing services the option to keep mask rules or ditch them entirely.
While cases are low in the U.S. now, the authorization is an effort to provide protection in case the coronavirus resurges.
America's leading infectious disease expert Dr. Anthony Fauci said Monday the world had been "shocked" by the emergence of the omicron variant of the coronavirus as more countries are reporting surges in infections.