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A passenger receives a face mask distributed by a red cross volunteer at the main train station in Barcelona, Spain, Tuesday, April 14, 2020. Face mask distribution in train and bus stations continue as factory and construction workers resume their activities in roughly half of Spanish regions emerging from the Easter holiday period. Spain's left-wing Cabinet is expected to pass new measures to aide smaller business and the self-employed affected by the freezing of economic activity.

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Drug manufacturers challenge emergency insulin law in federal court

HealthPartners doctor: Future steps crucial in combating COVID-19 in state

American Academy of Pediatrics 'strongly' supports students returning to schools in fall

Gov. Tim Walz announces a COVID-19 testing milestone for Minnesota on Monday, June 29, 2020.

Walz, health officials say Minnesota has built capacity for 20,000 COVID-19 tests per day


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Trump administration urges end to ACA as pandemic surges
FILE - This Jan. 23, 2020 file photo shows a patient receiving a flu vaccination in Mesquite, Texas. According to a study released on Wednesday, June 24, 2020, flu vaccines for years were close to 60% effective against the flu strain that caused the most lab-confirmed illnesses last winter, but it proved only 31% effective last season.

Flu vaccine was disappointing vs. some strains last season


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Mayo Clinic says convalescent plasma safe, looks promising for treating COVID-19

Race for virus vaccine could leave some countries behind

U of M's top epidemiologist says Minnesota is 'not out of the woods' With COVID-19

First drug proves able to improve survival from COVID-19


US revokes emergency use of malaria drugs versus coronavirus


Health care, payment options expand as COVID-19 restrictions are loosened


Klobuchar’s ACCESS Act keeps seniors connected during pandemic
Fuji Ya, 1st Japanese restaurant to open in Minnesota, closes its doors after over 60 years
NASA to name DC headquarters after 'hidden figure' Mary W. Jackson
Inside Your Health: COVID-19 fact vs. fiction

Inside Your Health: COVID-19 fact vs. fiction


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Inside Your Health: Preparing for telehealth appointments

Inside Your Health: Telehealth

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Pinky Swear Foundation, Hy-Vee to host virtual triathlon

Pinky Swear Foundation, Hy-Vee to host virtual triathlon

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