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MDH Says COVID-19 ICU Patients at Highest Level Since Start of the Pandemic, Still Calling For a Late June Into Early July Peak

By |May 27th, 2020|

Minnesota Department of Health Commissioner Jan Malcom says there were some mixed numbers in Wednesday's COVID-19 report. "We see relative stability in the growth pattern towards what will still expect to be the peak in late June or even into [...]

Walz, Malcom Sound Off On the State’s Practice of Placing COVID-19 Positive Patients Back Into Long-Term Care Facilities

By |May 27th, 2020|

A published report in the Minneapolis Star Tribune on May 20th said Minnesota was taking positive COVID-19 patients and placing the patients back into long-term care facilities. Minnesota Department of Health Commissioner Jan Malcom was asked about the practice Wednesday. [...]

27 Residents and 20 Staff at Oak Terrace in North Mankato Have Tested Positive for COVID-19

By |May 27th, 2020|

Nicollet County Public Health is reporting a coronavirus outbreak at a long-term care facility. "In the last two weeks, 27 residents and 20 staff members at Oak Terrace in North Mankato have tested positive for COVID-19," said Nicollet County Health [...]

Mankato Area Public Schools’ fourth-grade students to receive book donation and read poetry

By |May 27th, 2020|

Mankato-Fourth-grade students at Mankato Area Public Schools will receive a copy of "Where the Sidewalk Ends" by Shel Silverstein through the Olseth Family Foundation in partnership with the Greater Mankato Area United Way. Join some of the students online at [...]

Medical Researchers, Life Science Companies and COVID-19 Survivors Launch National Campaign to Drive Blood Plasma Donation

By |May 27th, 2020|

  “The Fight Is In Us” Campaign Seeks to Mobilize COVID-19 Survivors to Accelerate the Development of Potentially Lifesaving Therapies       A coalition of world-leading medical and research institutions, blood centers, life science companies, technology companies, philanthropic organizations, and [...]

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