Minnesota Governor Tim Walz is taking another step in an attempt to stop the spread of COVID-19. “The executive order places partial closure of restaurants and bars as well as places of public accommodation and amusement during the COVID-19 peacetime emergency,” said Walz. “This does not stop takeout, curbside or delivery.” Walz says the executive order begins at five p.m. March 16th and will continue until March 27th To help local bars and restaurants during this challenging time, below will be a list of restaurants takeout, curbside or delivery options going forward.
Minnesota Gov. Tim Walz announced on Sunday that all K-12 schools in the state will be closed for eight days starting on Wednesday. The measure was put in place to give teachers time to plan for distance learning to prevent the spread of the novel coronavirus. Many kids rely on school lunches to stay fed during the day, and with the announcement that schools will be closing, several restaurants have said they will give free lunches to any students who need them while they're home from school. Here's a list of places offering free meals for pick up: Kato Burger Pit [...]