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10 stories about the growing COVID-19 crisis in Minnesota

U.S. Photo of Navy Mass Communication Specialist 2nd Class by Sara Ishleman via Flickr The next few weeks will undoubtedly be difficult for healthcare workers in Minnesota, as the rapidly growing COVID-19 crisis tightens its grip and puts significant pressure on hospitals across the state. NEW MINESOTA: The number of …

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Pfizer, BioNTech of Germany releases new data on Covid-19 vaccine

Early clinical trials of a Covid-19 vaccine that is among those currently in late-stage testing have shown favorable responses among participants in terms of antibody and immune cell responses. Mainz, Germany-based BioNTech and New York-based Pfizer said late Thursday afternoon that among U.S. Phase I student participants who received the …

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Not all children get mild coronavirus infections

The coronavirus is not as deadly to children as it is to adults, but children still get it and can still become seriously ill from it. The risk is higher for Black and Spanish children. Why it matters: In communities with high caseloads, cases among children could explode as schools …

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