ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) — Minnesota continues to turn the dial on easing restrictions due to the coronavirus pandemic. State residents will once again be able to access the majority of driver and vehicle services starting next Tuesday.

But state officials warn the stations will look different because of measures to protect the health of customers and staff.

The Minnesota Department of Public Safety says it will resume road tests May 26. While restrictions ease, the number of coronavirus cases continues to rise.

State health officials Friday reported 20 more COVID-19 deaths raising Minnesota’s death toll to 683 and more than 800 additional confirmed cases raising the total count to 14,240.

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