Here’s What You Need To Know If You’re Pregnant And Concerned About COVID-19

There is still very little known about how the Coronavirus can affect pregnant women.

NORTH DAKOTA – According to health experts, pregnant women are not at a higher risk than non-pregnant women of catching the Coronavirus. Specialists also say it’s very unlikely that the virus could be transmitted from the mother to the fetus. They also say there’s no evidence showing the virus can be transmitted from mother to baby through breast milk. There…

Church Food Bank Helps Families In Need From Coronavirus

The Church Is Always Looking For More Volunteers

FARGO, N.D. — Fargo Faith United Methodist Church Food Bank is working full time to accommodate for the increase of people needing food because of the coronavirus. Drivers lined up in the parking lot to have the food put into their vehicles to limit any potential spread of the virus. Workers inside the building loaded up boxes filled with various…

F-M City Officials Discuss Strategies To Help Local Businesses Affected By COVID-19

They are trying to ease financial burdens that some businesses may have.

CASS COUNTY, N.D. – After North Dakota Governor Burgum made the decision to close all restaurants, bars and cafes to dine-in customers, city officials in the metro met to discuss how to support those who will be affected. “The cities of both West Fargo and Fargo are looking at utility bills next month and how to help the businesses. And…

MATBUS Operating Fare Free, Closing Ground Transportation Center to Public

By not collecting fees or selling bus passes, staff can more effectively follow federal, state and local health guidelines.

FARGO, N.D.–MATBUS will no longer be charging a fee to ride buses beginning Monday, March 23 due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The company says by not collecting fees or selling bus passes, staff can more effectively follow federal, state and local health guidelines. The Ground Transportation Center at 502 NP Avenue will close to the public on Monday as well….

Gov. Burgum to Discuss Latest Developments Regarding COVID-19 in North Dakota

BISMARCK, N.D.–Gov. Doug Burgum is holding a press conference to discuss the latest developments regarding COVID-19 in North Dakota. Burgum signed an executive order closing all dine-in operations at restaurants and bars on Thursday. In addition, 26 people have been confirmed to have COVID-19 in North Dakota. Categories: Coronavirus, Coronavirus-ND, North Dakota News Tags: Coronavirus, COVID-19, GOV. DOUG BURGUM

Essentia Health changes Coronavirus testing guidelines

FARGO, N.D. – Essentia Health changes Coronavirus testing guidelines due to a national shortage of testing materials. The company will focus testing “on the most susceptible people, including hospitalized patients.” Health care workers, including EMS, and people in long-term care facilities will be given priority. “We recommend patients schedule an E-visit or call our toll-free number if they are concerned about…

El Zagal Shrine Circus Officially Cancels Fargodome Event

The circus was originally scheduled in March.

FARGO, N.D.–The El Zagal Shrine Circus has announced it is canceling the circus after previously postponing the event at the Fargodome. The circus was originally scheduled in March and then postponed until May, and now officially canceled. The organizers say canceling the event is a continued preventative effort to practice social distancing per guidance from federal, state and local health…

LIVE: Daily Coronavirus Task Force Briefing from White House

WASHINGTON–Vice President Mike Pence and the Coronavirus Task Force are holding their daily press briefing at approximately 10:45 a.m. President Donald Trump has led the briefings in previous days, but there is no confirmation he will be present on Friday. KVRR will stream the briefing on and our Facebook page. Categories: Coronavirus, Politics / Elections Tags: Coronavirus, Coronavirus Task…