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CDC coronavirus testers pulled from Minnesota after repeated hostile and racist encounters

CDC coronavirus testers pulled from Minnesota after repeated hostile and racist encounters

GET BREAKING NEWS IN YOUR BROWSER. CLICK HERE TO TURN ON NOTIFICATIONS.XBy | | Pioneer PressFederal health workers have been pulled out of Minnesota after what officials describe as repeated threatening and racist encounters with residents while conducting a random COVID-19 testing study.In one instance, two cars boxed in the health workers’ vehicle and three men, one of whom had his hand on a holstered gun, confronted the team of testers who were asking randomly selected households to participate in the coronavirus study.State health officials said little about the encounter with the group...

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Group of ‘armed citizens’ confronts health workers conducting random COVID-19 testing

Group of ‘armed citizens’ confronts health workers conducting random COVID-19 testing

GET BREAKING NEWS IN YOUR BROWSER. CLICK HERE TO TURN ON NOTIFICATIONS.XBy | | Pioneer PressA team of state and federal health workers were recently confronted by armed residents while they were conducting random coronavirus testing in communities across Minnesota.“The incident was unfortunate,” said Julie Bartkey, a spokeswoman for the Minnesota Department of Health. “The team did the right thing by leaving and notifying their study site coordinator of the situation.”State officials confirmed the encounter, but have not disclosed when or where the incident occurred.Health officials are...

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Early test results show few protesters caught COVID-19

Early test results show few protesters caught COVID-19

GET BREAKING NEWS IN YOUR BROWSER. CLICK HERE TO TURN ON NOTIFICATIONS.XBy | | Pioneer PressEarly data from coronavirus tests of Minnesotans who participated in demonstrations after the death of George Floyd suggest the mass gatherings may not result in a spike in COVID-19 infections.More than 3,300 people who participated in protests and community events after Floyd’s death were tested for the coronavirus this week at four community testing sites. Floyd died on Memorial Day after Derek Chauvin, at the time a Minneapolis police officer, knelt on his neck for nearly nine minutes.Results from...

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