Allina Health says more nurses are choosing to work instead of continuing to strike. More than 4,000 nurses have been off the job since Labor Day in a dispute over health insurance.
As of Monday morning, Allina says 502 union-represented nurses have asked to be scheduled for regular shifts.
The health care provider says the number of union workers looking to work during the strike is four times what it was during a week-long walkout in June.
Your support matters.
You make MPR News possible. Individual donations are behind the clarity in coverage from our reporters across the state, stories that connect us, and conversations that provide perspectives. Help ensure MPR remains a resource that brings Minnesotans together.