Vaccination rates vary across the state, but many counties are under 50%.
100,000 Minnesotans will be eligible between Memorial Day weekend and the end of June.
He'll sign executive orders Friday morning.
It's unclear just when troops and police will pull out of the Twin Cities.
Minnesota and the nation anxiously away the jury verdict.
Walz says there are no imminent plans to dial back.
The press conference is scheduled to begin at 11 a.m. Friday.
Statewide restrictions are due to ease up on Monday.
Walz could announce his decision on Monday.
"It looks like we're making a difference," the governor said Friday.
The more people who use the app, the more effective it is.
Some departments have been forced to shift staffing or suspend service due to COVID-19.
On the call will be individuals who have been impacted by the virus.
The new rules only apply to the reception, not the ceremony.
“I’ve said from the beginning, the virus’ spread will dictate our course and we are well into a dark chapter in the story of this pandemic," the governor said.
The aid will support five counties and cover 75% of damage costs.
The press conference will be livestreamed
Businesses that continue to violate the order could face stiff penalties.
Gov. Tim Walz announced Friday how he plans to use funds from the CARES Act.
A St. Paul barbershop was forced to close after attempting to reopen.
He's calling on "crafters, sewers, and creatives" for help.
Gov. Tim Walz said reaching Scenario 3 is the aim, but the state isn't ready yet.
Gov. Walz described a rough draft for a strategic plan involving increased testing.
A full re-opening of the economy by May 4 is a "moonshot" goal, Gov. Walz said Monday.