Both team writers were let go.
The rate is now expected to improve with more businesses allowed to reopen.
The proposed projects would create around 5,000 jobs as the company looks to help with COVID-19 economy relief.
All layoffs will take effect on Aug. 18, 2020.
The governor is being asked to fully reopen by June 19.
Verso to layoff 225 in Duluth, MRCI has laid off 300 people since mid-March.
Players in the minor leagues aren't so fortunate.
The COVID-19 outbreak is taking a major toll on the healthcare industry.
Because part-time workers and those expecting a recall are not counted, the rate does not reflect the full impact on employment in Minnesota
More than 30,000 more workers are expected to return to work on Monday as Stay at Home restrictions expire.
Gov. Tim Walz hinted at the possibility on Thursday.
A St. Paul barbershop was forced to close after attempting to reopen.
A brief survey is available to all Minnesotans to provide feedback.
Hair salons and barber shops are included in the "May and beyond" section.
The Mexican restaurant shuttered its doors for good on Monday.
Beyond Normal is a Minneapolis-based podcast produced by The Big Know.
It comes as hospital systems seek to limit the spread of the coronavirus.
The less predictable a work or social setting is, the longer it'll be before it can reopen.
Statewide, around 500,000 workers have applied for unemployment since March 16.
Walz says molecular diagnostic testing could see a boost within days.
Gov. Walz described a rough draft for a strategic plan involving increased testing.
Minnesota's "Stay at Home" order is in place until May 4.