covid-19 pandemic

Doctors give update on President Trump’s health

President Donald J. Trump's medical team provides an update on his condition outside of Walter Reed National Military Medical Center. Posted by Fox News on Sunday, October 4, 2020   BETHESDA, Md. (AP) — President Donald Trump’s hospitalization stretched into a third day on Sunday as he and his health team sought to clarify contradictory statements and confusion from the…

President Trump being taken to Walter Reed Hospital

WASHINGTON (AP) – The White House says President Donald Trump will spend a “few days” at a military hospital after contracting COVID-19. Trump was to depart the White House by helicopter late Friday for Walter Reed National Military Medical Center, a White House official said. The official said the visit was precautionary and that Trump would work from the hospital’s…

Vikings suspend in-person club activities after 8 Titans test positive for COVID-19

MINNEAPOLIS (FOX9) – The Minnesota Vikings and Tennessee Titans are shutting down their team facilities after eight members of the Titans tested positive for COVID-19 following Sunday’s game at U.S. Bank Stadium. According to multiple reports, the Titans learned Tuesday morning three players and five team personnel had tested positive for COVID-19. The NFL is working closely with the NFL Players’ Association…

Hospitalizations due to COVID-19 hit high mark in North Dakota

North Dakota continues to lead the nation in the number of cases per capita over a two-week period.

BISMARCK, ND – State health officials say hospitalizations due to illness from the coronavirus reached an new high in North Dakota with 105 people receiving treatment in medical centers. The record reported Monday comes a day after state officials met with leaders at two hospitals in Bismarck who told a governor’s task force they are nearing capacity because of COVID-19….

ND Unions & Community Leaders Gather In Honor of Fallen Workers

26 workers were killed on job sites in the state in 2019 according to OSHA.

FARGO, N.D. – Workers, union officials and community leaders gather online to honor workers who died or were injured at workplaces in North Dakota. 26 workers were killed on job sites in the state in 2019 according to OSHA. A moment of silence was held as each name was read aloud to honor the workers. They are calling on elected…