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Testing for COVID-19 in Belle Plaine will be by appointment only beginning Monday, Feb. 1.
We are resuming operations at five area clinics that had been closed for several weeks and updating our hospital visitor policy.
Mayo Clinic will combine the triage and testing process for COVID-19, influenza and respiratory syncytial virus (RSV), in addition to strep throat for some children.
Due to Covid-19, operations at Mankato-Northridge, Le Sueur, Janesville and Waterville clinics are temporarily suspended as of Monday, Dec. 7.
The holiday season can be a tricky time to maintain physical health, and with COVID-19 keeping many people indoors and isolated, there are even more barriers to wellness.
The contract is part of a comprehensive partnership between Mayo Clinic Health System and Minnesota State Mankato, which also includes COVID-19 testing of symptomatic students.
If you do choose to travel, it's so important to plan ahead, be vigilant and exercise caution.
To protect the safety of our patients and staff, patients in the emergency departments and hospitals in Mankato, New Prague, Fairmont, Waseca and St. James will no longer be allowed to have visitors.
Over the past six months, the COVID-19 pandemic has affected almost every aspect of people's lives, and, unfortunately, the same will be true for many this holiday season.
Mayo Clinic Health System hospitals in Northwest Wisconsin are experiencing dramatic increases in COVID-19 cases and are escalating hospital surge plans to respond to the growing pandemic in the regio...
COVID-19 testing at the drive-thru location in New Prague will move to Belle Plaine, beginning Oct. 24.
COVID-19 testing at the drive-thru location in Mankato's Eastridge campus will move inside of the Madison East Center, beginning Oct. 21.
Connection with people is an important part of our society. Today, we are faced with a community test in the form of the COVID-19 pandemic, which challenges us to be creative in how we maintain our social connections. Here are some tips.
The best time to make an advance care plan is now. The COVID-19 pandemic has shown that the future can change in a second and highlighted the importance of having plans in place to navigate the unknown. Here's what you need to know to get started.
If the pandemic challenges and changes have left you wondering if you can tackle New Year's resolutions, don't worry. Consider these feel-good elements of motivation.
You might think a mask is a barrier to working out away from home. Read these FAQ to help you figure out the safest approach to staying active.
You don't need to be tech savvy to be connected online to valuable care services, especially important during the pandemic. Learn how Kelly Timm got signed up for Patient Online Services with the help of a friend.
A year ago, the first cases of COVID-19 were just emerging and little was known about this virus. Now we have therapies to treat patients with COVID-19. Here's information about the three common therapies used in the U.S.
After being diagnosed with COVID-19, Carla Fast used an at-home monitoring program to send vital signs to providers, which alerted the team to send her to the hospital. Read about her journey and follow-up with video appointments after returning home.
Here's how we're planning to distribute the COVID-19 vaccine now available and what you can do until it's your time to be vaccinated.
The holidays can be a time of joy as well as a time of grief for lost loved ones. Understanding how grief and change affects you can help provide a needed sense of empowerment.
Concerned you may have COVID-19? Learn how a new online assessment tool can quickly evaluate your symptoms, determine if you need testing and recommend next steps for care.
Imitation is a form of flattery, and it's common to mimic gestures of people around you. Learn how that could influence your health during the pandemic and what you can do react in a helpful way.
You've likely heard about the new COVID-19 vaccines, but what should you believe? We'll set the record straight on some of the circulating myths.