Not even the massive fall/winter surge in 2020 led to a capacity crisis like this.
The move comes as some Republicans explore proposals to limit abortion access.
The agreement includes a 5% pay increase, along with workplace safety improvements.
The union's bargaining team says the sides remain "deeply divided."
The clinic cited philanthropic gifts, investments and alternative revenue sources.
Using a donation from Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Minnesota, the School of Public Health will work to address racial disparities in healthcare.
Those most susceptible to the virus will be first in line, along with those who care for them.
Dr. Michael Osterholm has partnered with the St. Paul and Minnesota Foundation to launch the Frontline Families Fund.
The MN Hospitals Association says there is a narrow window to slow the spread.
Healthcare claims are lower than expected, so it's providing some financial relief.
There's a schedule detailing when you can expect them to arrive.
Lisseth DeGracia volunteered to go the front lines of the pandemic.
There's been "confusion and fear" over where to go for medical help.
The site is interactive and allows updated information for supplies and hospital capacity.
The bill passed the House and Senate in the early hours of Tuesday.
Getting tested for COVID-19 might not be free even if you're fully insured.
The legislation comes as health officials are urging sick workers to stay home as COVID-19 spreads.
It's the first time the Rochester health system passed the figure.
The move comes as rising costs have prompted action at the state Capitol.
The former senator has been quiet since stepping down amid inappropriate conduct allegations.
Paulsen is one of 7 Republicans the newspaper says are misleading voters.
Flu season is coming.