A fast-spreading coronavirus subvariant appears to be pushing COVID-19 levels up in Minnesota — as it has in warm-weather U.S. states this summer — but not hospitalizations and deaths so far.
The Food and Drug Administration must decide, based on rapidly shifting information, which variants to target with updated vaccines.
Births declined substantially in winter 2020-2021, roughly nine months after the start of the COVID-19 pandemic and Minnesota's lockdown measures in response.
The analysis helps show a more complete picture of infections when there are gaps in data from official diagnostic tests.
Wastewater monitoring shows rising presence of a coronavirus variant causing an uptick in COVID-19 elsewhere in the U.S.
Weekly update shows no substantial COVID-19 uptick in Minnesota following July 4th weekend, but a viral variant is raising concerns.
With new omicron variants again driving COVID-19 hospital admissions and deaths higher in recent weeks, states and cities are rethinking their responses and the White House is stepping up efforts to alert the public.
The U.S. is getting another COVID-19 vaccine choice as the Food and Drug Administration on Wednesday cleared Novavax shots for adults.
In a way, Mickey's Diner mirrors the rest of downtown St. Paul: recovering, but slowly and in some cases pivoting in a new direction.
The ruling gives airports, mass transit systems, airlines and ride-hailing services the option to keep mask rules or ditch them entirely.