Category: Health

Fishing season for prized walleye, trout, pike, and bass opens May 9th.

DNR Urges Safety As Fishing Season Opens

“We can have a great opener and stay safe,” says DNR Commissioner. As Minnesotan anglers eagerly await Saturday’s fishing opener, caution is being recommended in how fishers commute and launch to combat COVID-19. Department of Natural Resources Commissioner Sarah Strommen wishes to keep the tradition of fishing in Minnesota through the current pandemic while maintaining safety for communities who experience […]

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Amazon Engineer Quits After Company Fired Workers

Amazon Engineer Quits After Company Fired Workers

Tim Bray shows integrity by standing up for fired employees Tim Bray, a senior engineer at Amazon, resigned on Friday over concerns about the company’s decision to fire workers who were outspoken critics of its labor practices. Amazon has fired multiple warehouse employees who criticized the working conditions at Amazon facilities. In a blog post, Bray said he snapped when […]

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May is Mental Health Awareness Month

May is Mental Health Awareness Month

(Minnesota) With the COVID-19 Pandemic going on and the stay at home order still being enforced in most states, it can be a time of extreme isolation for people. Not only has the pandemic changed how we live our lives on a day to day basis, for some it could be impacting their Mental Health. That being said…May is Mental […]

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Trump orders meatpacking companies to stay open

Trump orders meatpacking companies to stay open

Many meatpacking companies that have been struggling to stay open during the coronavirus are welcoming Trumps order for them to remain open, but not all of their employees share the same sentiment as the plants. “They are so thrilled,” Trump said after getting off a call with meatpacking executives. “They’re so happy. They’re all gung-ho, and we solved their problems.” […]

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Medtronic donating $1 Million worth of products to Insulin for Life USA

Medtronic donating $1 Million worth of products to Insulin for Life USA

Medtronic will give $1 Million worth of product donations to Insulin for Life USA to help struggling patients during COVID-19. (UTVS) – Today Medtronic announced they will be donating much-needed diabetic supplies to Insulin for Life USA to help patients in need during the Coronavirus pandemic. The company will donate sensors, infusion sets, and reservoirs to Insulin for Life USA. […]

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Walz Signs Lease for Alternate Care Center in Roseville, MN

Walz Signs Lease for Alternate Care Center in Roseville, MN

New Alternate Care Site in Roseville, MN (Minnesota) – Governor Walz and the State Emergency Operations Center (SEOC) officially signed the lease for an alternate care center in Roseville, MN. “Minnesotans deserve as much peace of mind as we can give them during this pandemic, and signing this lease is another way we’ve made good use of the time Minnesotans […]

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Life Link offers ray of hope as Covid-19 cases reach record high

Life Link offers ray of hope as Covid-19 cases reach record high

Today The Minnesota Department of Health reported a massive jump in COVID-19 cases as 463 more Minnesotans have tested positive. The 463 person jump is a new single-day increase high in the state of Minnesota. The additional cases have now brought Minnesota’s total case number to 4,644 with a total of 319 deaths. The main reason for the increase in […]

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Vice President Mike Pence visits Mayo Clinic in Rochester, MN

Vice President Mike Pence visits Mayo Clinic in Rochester, MN

According to the Mayo Clinic, On Tuesday, Vice President Mike Pence of the United States made a visit to the Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minnesota. The reason for his arrival is he wanted to be able to see firsthand how The clinic is handling the national response to the Corona Virus Pandemic. Mayo clinic’s very own CEO and president Dr. […]

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Homeless Amid a Pandemic

Homeless Amid a Pandemic

(MINNESOTA) – If you are struggling with being stuck inside your house, imagine not even having a home during this pandemic.  There are many Americans who struggle with homelessness.  These people are at a higher risk of contracting COVID-19 because they do have less barriers between them and the world around them. “We are all in this together. There is […]

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Las Vegas Mayor Talks About Re-Opening

Las Vegas Mayor Talks About Re-Opening

Las Vegas Mayor Hopes to Re-Open City Carolyn Goodman, the mayor of Las Vegas, Nevada, hopes to re-open the city. In a Skype interview with CNN anchor Anderson Cooper, she discusses the importance of re-opening Vegas, her main focus on getting people back to work. “Please let us re-open the city of Las Vegas, please let us get back to […]

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