With COVID cases rapidly accelerating in Minnesota, Governor Tim Walz appears reluctant to re-impose a statewide stay-at-home order because of its effects on people — but the governor indicates about other restrictions:

“We’ll continue to monitor and I think more changes will probably have to happen on that dial.”

The governor says he hasn’t determined what restrictions are next, but is watching *who* is most likely getting infected, *where* and *when*:

“At this point with this infection rate, indoor activities of large numbers, especially 18- to 35-year-olds, are certainly areas of concern.”