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SUSAN G. KOMEN® MINNESOTA'S RESPONSE TO COVID-19
Susan G. Komen® Minnesota takes the health and safety of our participants, supporters, volunteers, sponsors, grantees, staff and the community very seriously. Nothing is more important to us.
In light of the progression of Coronavirus 2019 (COVID-19), and the CDC guidance on social distancing, we have made the difficult decision to convert our 2020 Susan G. Komen Twin Cities Race for the Cure®, scheduled for Mother's Day, May 10, 2020, to a virtual Race. That's right - the 2020 Twin Cities Race is still on, but instead of gathering together at Southdale Center on Mother's Day, we are asking supporters to participate remotely.
The 2020 Susan G. Komen Brainerd Lakes Race for the Cure®, scheduled for June 27, 2020, will not take place as a physical event. Instead, the 2020 Brainerd Lakes Race will field a Brainerd Lakes Team and participate remotely in the virtual 2020 Susan G. Komen Twin Cities Race for the Cure on Mother’s Day, May 10, 2020.
While this is incredibly disappointing, the health and safety of our community is our top priority. We are continuing to monitor the situation and we remain here for the women and men touched by breast cancer who need our assistance.
We will be following currently available guidance from local and national agencies and the best interest of our supporters as we make decisions regarding the Susan G. Komen Twin Cities 20, scheduled for August 8, 2020. This is an ever changing and evolving situation. We will continue to evaluate all possible options and solutions and will provide ongoing updates regarding the status of our events. Our top concern is to ensure that we have the plans and resources in place to safeguard your health and well-being. Again, nothing is more important to us.
Please visit our website at www.komenminnesota.org and social media channels for updates.
Thank you so much for your support, understanding, and unwavering dedication to our mission.
Watch a recent Susan G. Komen Facebook Live chat on the impact of COVID-19 to patients living with metastatic breast cancer. Komen Scholars Dr. Ian Krop and Dr. Kathy Miller answered questions and told patients what they should know and how they can stay safe. Pam Kohl, Director of the Komen Metastatic Breast Cancer Research Initiative moderated the conversation. Watch Here