According to the Minnesota Department of Health, the aim of the CDC-supported survey, called CASPER, was to better understand how COVID-19 is spreading in the state and how it’s affecting people — potentially improving aspects of the state’s response to the virus.
Today on the show, Host Leah Lemm explores the question: what have we learned? As we cross the six-month milestone of this pandemic. We hear from two Minnesota Leaders about some of the topics the pandemic has brought to the surface, including health inequities, injustice, and the resiliency of our communities.
Headache, fever, runny nose, last year this time you might’ve waved off the symptoms with an “Oh, I think I’ve got a cold” or a “I hope this isn’t the flu.”
But those very same, very familiar symptoms are likely to give you pause this season now that COVID-19 is a possibility. How can you tell the difference?
CDC advises social distancing, hand sanitizer and masks. Absentee ballots began mailing out September 18th for the November General Election. It’s suggested you mail your completed ballot at least seven days before Election Day. But your vote will be tallied as long as your ballot is postmarked on or before Election Day.