CDC report: Minnesota mental health during COVID-19 better than many states, but residents still suffering

The CDC’s Household Pulse Survey found that less than 35 percent of Minnesotans suffered from those two conditions in the Jan. 6-18 survey period. By that measure, Minnesota was the most mentally stable state in the country, Wisconsin was third, and Mississippi was the least. 
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