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North Dakota Quarantine Travel Rules Changed

exemptions made after Minnesota was added to a CDC list of states with widespread community transmission of COVID-19.

BISMARCK, N.D. — Gov. Doug Burgum says you just need to use common sense when it comes to North Dakota’s quarantine rules. The state has made exemptions to its travel quarantine after Minnesota was added to a CDC list of states with widespread community transmission of COVID-19. “Workers in essential and critical infrastructure areas as defined by Homeland Security they…

Workers & Residents At Rosewood on Broadway Test Positive For COVID-19

COVID-19 By The Numbers for April 8, 2020

1/2 Show Caption Hide Caption 2/2 Show Caption Hide Caption FARGO, N.D. — Two employees and two residents at Rosewood on Broadway have tested positive for COVID-19. The residents are isolated at Rosewood and the employees are in isolation at home. They have been restricting all visitors into the facilities for several weeks, and doing daily screenings of employees for…

North Dakota Quarantine Order Applies To Minnesota, State Looking At Changes

Minnesota was added Monday to a CDC list of states with widespread community transmission of COVID-19

BISMARCK, N.D. — Gov. Doug Burgum and state officials are working on an amendment to the quarantine order after Minnesota was added Monday to a CDC list of states with widespread community transmission of COVID-19. According to a North Dakota executive order, anyone who now travels from Minnesota should quarantine for 14 days. They want to make exceptions for essential…

International Music Camp Postponed To Summer of 2021

A fund has been started with a goal of raising $300,000

DUNSEITH, N.D. — The 65th Season of the International Music Camp is being postponed to the summer of 2021. Campers will be able to carry payments over to next year or get a refund. Summer camp operations make up over 90% of the International Music Camp’s annual income so the decision has a major financial impact on the organization. A…

Fargo violinist performs for senior living home amid pandemic

Kelsey Joy Buell says music has the ability to bring people together even when they're physically apart

FARGO, N.D. — For as long as she can remember, music has been a part of Kelsey Joy Buell’s life. “As I was playing the last song there, I was thinking about that, and how weird it is to think back through all of the events that have happened in my life that have led me to here,” she says….

Gov. Doug Burgum Says Math Is On His Side In Not Ordering “Stay at Home” Order

North Dakota currently has a 3.1% positive test rate making it the 3rd lowest in the country

BISMARCK, N.D. — North Dakota Gov. Doug Burgum appreciates an online petition calling for him to issue a stay at home order. But he says he won’t do that as long as the math is on his side. “You know we get to listen to both sides,” said Burgum. “We get to listen to people who think we’ve locked down…

Unemployment claims soar in North Dakota

There have been more than 19,000 claims filed in a roughly 3-week period

GRAND FORKS, N.D. – A UND professor says three main factors are impacting North Dakota’s current economy: Coronavirus, the oil price war and the potential for spring flooding. Since North Dakota reported its first case of Coronavirus on March 11th, there have been more than 19,000 unemployment claims. The state saw around 23,000 unemployment claims for all of 2019. According…

Sanford Hydroxychloroquine Trials Look ‘Promising’

Sanford has been running trials on the drugs, and they say it's a promising combination that could help fight the Coronavirus pandemic.

FARGO, N.D. – Hydroxychloroquine and Azithromycin, you’ve heard those words a lot in the news over the last few days. But what are they? Sanford has been running trials on the drugs, and they say it’s a promising combination that could help fight the Coronavirus pandemic. “My professional opinion is that Hydroxychloroquine and Azithromycin show a lot of promise. What…