Search for MN mother accused of abducting daughter to prevent vaccination
The woman's and child's whereabouts are unknown at this time.
Omicron-specific vaccine booster available in MN starting this week
The new vaccine, authorized by the FDA and CDC last week, will be available at the state's Mall of America clinic.
7 restaurant, bar groups sue Minneapolis over dining vaccine mandate
"Minneapolis bars and restaurants are being used as pawns..." the lawsuit said.
U of M to require vaccine or negative test proof for large events
The policy doesn't go into effect until late-January.
Minnesota 16- and 17-year-olds can now get a COVID-19 booster
Gov. Tim Walz announced 16 and 17-year-olds in the state are now recommended to receive a booster shortly after the CDC cleared the Pfizer shot for that age group.
Popular Minneapolis taproom to start requiring proof of vaccination
The new policy will only apply to indoor service.
MDH has tips for how to handle vaccine talk at the Thanksgiving table
That's ... interesting.
Minnesota's COVID-19 update for Wednesday, November 24
The latest data from MDH.
Surge in COVID cases among school students, another staff member death
The rise in cases in schools mirrors what's happening statewide.
Aaron Rodgers issues non-apology, stands by his COVID vax comments
"I stand by what I said and the reasons why I made the decision," said Rodgers
Controversy after Delano priest shares vaccine misinformation in church bulletin
Father Paul Kubista is pastor at St. Mary of Czestochowa Catholic Church.
New COVID charts show hospitalization, death rates based on vaccine status
The unvaccinated are far more likely than the fully vaccinated to become hospitalized or die.
The MN counties where fewer than half of eligible residents are vaxxed
Eight of the state's 87 counties fall into this category.
Walz calls for vaccine, testing requirements for state's teachers
The governor said there should also be "consistent" COVID mitigation requirements for schools.
Doctors urge flu shots ahead of potentially severe flu season
Last year's mild flu season could make the coming months more challenging.
Here are the CDC's COVID-19 guidelines for the holidays
It's the second year of celebrating holidays during the pandemic.
Fargo TV host leaves before station vaccine mandate goes into effect
Chris Berg is out at the TV station, but in at a local radio station.
MN authorizes vaccine for highly contagious, deadly rabbit disease
The disease was recently confirmed for the first time in Minnesota.
Twin Cities Con to offer COVID vaccines, MOA giving boosters
The governor's office and Department of Health made the announcement Thursday.
Dr. Scott Jensen continues to tout unproven ivermectin as treatment for COVID
The gubernatorial candidate suggested skeptics "get some worms and have them creep out of your anus."
4 MN hospitals reveal how many COVID patients are vaccinated, unvaccinated
Vaccines are working, though you can still get sick.
The 8 Minnesota counties still below a 50% vaccination rate
Fewer than half of all vaccine-eligible individuals in these areas have received at least one shot.
Trampled By Turtles singer responds to complaints about concert vax requirements
Some of TBT's recent appearances have required proof of vaccine/negative test.
Pfizer says COVID-19 vaccine is effective in kids ages 5-11
The company plans to seek U.S. authorization for the age group soon.