One Monday in April, a nurse in Rochester, Minnesota, pulled her mask on before starting a 12-hour-shift.
“I do a lot of praying before I get here.”
A man in Karlstad checked on dozens of baking chocolate chip cookies.
“It’s a very good business,” his mother said. “He can make it work, if it gets back to normal.”
And a manufacturer in Willmar spent another day making personal protective equipment gowns.