Late Monday night, the Minnesota House of Representatives unanimously passed emergency COVID-19 health care funding, which provides $200 million in investments for a health care response fund and Minnesota’s public health response contingency account. This will help ensure hospitals, clinics, and other health care facilities prepare for and respond to an outbreak of COVID-19. We’re working as quickly and thoughtfully as we can to prepare our health care community for the challenges ahead and are committed to ensuring Minnesotans can get the care they need.
Although we are not physically at the Capitol, I want to reassure you that I’m still working for our Plymouth residents at the state level. Minnesotans can have confidence that their state government stands ready to address this issue.
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Our first responders and health care workers are facing childcare shortages as they continue to work around the clock during the COVID-19 pandemic.
If you are a licensed childcare provider and have space to help, please fill out this secured online survey form. The name and contact information for your program will be made available to families seeking care. They will be able to contact you directly to make further arrangements.