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‘Better Safe Than Sorry': New COVID Rules Begin Next Week

4 monthes ago   |   By CBS

MINNEAPOLS - The week ahead brings new proof of vaccine and testing rules in the Twin Cities. They come as COVID-19 cases spike across Minnesota.
More than 21% of tests are coming back positive after the state saw its single highest week of cases since the start of the pandemic.
All the new rules and mandates are a lot to keep up with.
“Whether there's a mask mandate or not, I'm going to be wearing my mask regardless. So with that, I wasn't aware of any new mandates or anything,” Adam Obermiller said, who works in the lab at M Health Fairview.
Since Minneapolis and St. Paul reinstituted...
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