Health officials in Minnesota report 882 new cases of COVID-19 on Saturday, with three deaths. As of May 15th, 2,293,946 Minnesotans have completed their vaccination series.
Wisconsin Department of Health Services reports 550 new cases on Saturday, with four new deaths. There are 7,440 active cases as of Saturday.
Health officials in Michigan report 1,289 new confirmed cases of COVID-19 on Saturday, with 107 deaths. Over 42% of Michiganders have completed their vaccination series.
05/13/2021 10:36 PM
Minnesota Gov. Tim Walz says he will sign an executive order Friday ending the statewide mask mandate following new guidance from the Centers for Disease Control. Walz cautioned that masks may still be required in some situations.
Starting Friday, May14th, 12- through 17-year-old Minnesotans will be eligible to get vaccinated at the state sites that have Pfizer available.
Michigan health officials are urging primary care physicians to enroll to administer COVID-19 vaccines. About 55% of Michigan residents ages 16 and older have been vaccinated.
Police in a St. Paul suburb are investigating the theft of coronavirus vaccines. A man recorded and posted videos of him walking away with vials of what he said was “poison."
The wait is almost over for people wanting to try BoomTown Duluth, but the company still needs to hire kitchen staff to make those meals you will be ordering.
Michigan is lifting an outdoor mask requirement for all Michiganders. An indoor face covering mandate will expire in July.
The NHL eased some of its COVID-19 health and safety protocols over the weekend for clubs that have been fully vaccinated.
Canada will not send a gymnastics team to a last-chance Tokyo Olympic qualifier because of COVID-19 concerns.
A special game on Thursday for Bill 'Petey' Peterson, who officiated his first game where his great-granddaughters were playing.
Grandma's Marathon got the green light to run after Governor Walz announced loosened Covid-19 restrictions on Thursday.
The Toronto Blue Jays are returning to their home away from home, Buffalo, New York, starting in June.
The NHL is preparing contingency plans if virus restrictions in Canada prevent travel between provinces or back and forth to the U.S. during the playoffs.