Hmong Times Health
Our Hmong Times Health section delivers valuable information to the Hmong Community regarding pending health issues, ways to stay healthy, articles from medical professionals regarding health issues we all face.
The Minnesota Department of Health prepared these recommendations with Hmong Community Leaders and Cultural and Spiritual Leaders. The guidance is both for business owners of funeral homes and for the Hmong community about how to carry out funerals during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Summer is just about here in Minnesota and a lot of people hope to travel. Even as we make progress with vaccinations in places like Minnesota, a lot of virus is still circulating in the United States and across the world
Governor Walz Launches ‘Your Shot to Summer’ Incentives Campaign Encouraging COVID-19 Vaccinations by July 1
Governor Tim Walz launched ‘Your Shot to Summer,’ the state’s COVID-19 vaccine incentive campaign encouraging Minnesotans to roll up their sleeves and get their COVID-19 vaccine during the next month.
If you are fully vaccinated, you can start doing many things that you had stopped doing because of the pandemic.
At this time, the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine is the only COVID-19 vaccine that has been studied and authorized for use by people ages 12-17 years old.
COVID-19 vaccines help protect you against COVID-19 disease. As more people in your community get vaccinated, the disease will begin to go away.
The Coalition of Asian American Leaders (CAAL) and Hmong Public Health Association (HPHA) released a new groundbreaking report, A Race to Close the Disproportionate COVID-19 Mortality Rates in Minnesota’s Asian Community, highlighting preliminary data on COVID-19 mortality rates among Asian Minnesotans.
As COVID Cases In Nursing Homes Decline Rapidly, Industry Calls On Congress To Take On Needed Reform To Address Systemic Issues Facing Industry, Learn From On-Going Crisis
All Minnesotans deserve access to the COVID-19 vaccine. Yet, access to the vaccine is one of the greatest barriers standing in the way of equitable rates of vaccination in Minnesota right now.
Funding will support mental health care for health care providers, first responders, and those with serious mental illness who have been impacted by COVID-19.