(St. Paul, MN) -- Governor Tim Walz said in his latest statewide address that the COVID-19 peak has not yet hit Minnesota. The governor told listeners Friday, "it will most likely come before we have a lot of the therapeutics we need, or certainly before we have a vaccine. But when it comes to Minnesota, our intention is to make sure every single one of you gets all of the care that we can possibly provide you." Walz signed an order lifting hours of service requirements for certain truck drivers, in order to support the state’s agriculture community while they work to keep Minnesotans fed during the COVID-19 pandemic. He's asking Minnesotans to continue observing social distancing and the stay-at-home order. He says it will push back the COVID-19 peak, giving the state time to get necessary medical supplies and hospital beds on line.