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People 16 and older can visit hospital patients, with two visitors allowed at one time.
Vaccinations will be available at appointments beginning Tuesday, July 6, and COVID-19 testing will be available beginning July 20.
Vaccinations will be offered beginning Tuesday, July 6, and testing will be offered beginning July 20 at multiple clinic locations in Southwest Minnesota.
COVID-19 testing is moving from the Madison East Center to its vaccination center at 1315 Stadium Road, effective Monday, May 17.
Mayo Clinic Health System is distributing wellness kits to seniors across Southwest Minnesota who continue to be isolated due to COVID-19.
Mayo Clinic Health System and the Boys & Girls Club of Greater La Crosse will host free neighborhood COVID-19 vaccine clinics for adults on Thursdays in April and May.
The number of days COVID-19 vaccines will be offered to patients has increased, while there is one less day of testing.
Effective immediately, patients in Southwest Minnesota ages 16 and up can schedule an appointment to be vaccinated for COVID-19.
A COVID-19 vaccination site will open at the New Prague clinic on Wednesday, March 17.
To prepare for the next phases of COVID-19 vaccinations, Mayo Clinic Health System will open a COVID-19 vaccination center on Monday, Feb. 15, 2021.
Beginning Feb. 3, one visitor per patient will be allowed following additional guidelines.
Testing for COVID-19 in Belle Plaine will be by appointment only beginning Monday, Feb. 1.
The COVID-19 pandemic upended daily activities and may have caused anxiety about your safety. Get guidance on making a new start so you can move ahead.
Help is just a phone call away. That's what Susan Fox discovered when she called the Mayo Clinic COVID-19 Nurse Line. Read about her journey to an unexpected diagnosis.
The delta variant is being blamed for hot spots in the U.S. where cases of COVID-19 are on the rise. A Mayo Clinic expert expands on how this highly transmissible variant continues to spread.
Men aren't as likely as women to get preventive screenings and checkups with their health care provider. Delaying or avoiding these could lead to a treatable situation turning deadly.
Julie Berg's life revolves around family, friends and faith. When her health was tested by an aggressive brain tumor and COVID-19 diagnosis, she leaned on these things for support and her health care team for expert surgical care.
Like so many aspects of life, COVID-19 complicated the relationship with food, body image, exercise routines, self-care and social media. Learn about the effects of COVID-19 and what to do if you're concerned about your eating patterns.
Nearly everyone had at least one event delayed due to the COVID-19 pandemic. While eager to be with friends and family again, here's how to limit your risk and protect others during in-person gatherings.
While many restrictions have been lifted, COVID-19 has not gone away. So how safe is it to travel? A Mayo Clinic infectious diseases expert answers your questions.
Getting vaccinated for COVID-19 is an essential tool in fighting the pandemic. But a recent COVID-19 infection could affect the recommended timing of your vaccination. Get the details.
If you've lost your sense of smell this past year, you're not alone. Learn what you might expect, how long it could last, why COVID-19 can affect it and more.
You may feel excited, yet awkward, about a return to interacting with others after the COVID-19 pandemic. Get tips for regaining your comfort and confidence in social situations.
It's not surprising that the COVID-19 pandemic changed how we provided caregiving for our loved ones. Read how it's changed, and get tips for positive caregiving support within a family.