Minnesota health officials are warning people about travel during spring break due to the spread of a more contagious version of the pandemic virus. State epidemiologist Doctor Ruth Lynfield urges residents to consider delaying nonessential trips. She adds that those who must travel should get tested two or three days before traveling and avoid contact with others for two weeks before the trip. Last week, a cluster of variant infections was connected to youth athletics in Carver County.
State Health Officials Stress Travel Risks As COVID-19 Variants Spread
By Ashley Hanley|2021-03-09T06:28:35-06:00March 9th, 2021|