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Coronavirus In Minnesota: A Look Back At The Endless 1st Month Of Our Fight Against The Virus

1 month ago   |   By CBS

MINNEAPOLIS - Over the past month, we've all been through a lot of changes to life as we know it. We've adapted to our “new normal” and found we really are stronger together.
But how did we get here?
It was Friday, March 6 when the state reported its first positive case of the coronavirus that has infected at least 1 million people worldwide. Minnesota's first patient was over 65 years old and likely got COVID-19 while traveling on a cruise to Mexico. Four days later, a person in their 30s became the second, and was hospitalized in critical condition.
After that news, things started to...
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