Governor Tim Walz says he’ll unveil at least some of his plans Tuesday for more narrowly-focused COVID restrictions as cases spike in Minnesota. The governor says last spring’s stay-at-home order was effective but a “blunt instrument” he wants to avoid. The governor is talking about targeted restrictions or shutdowns in places where young adults are spreading COVID. A source in the Minnesota House says top G-O-P lawmakers hope to see restrictions grounded in data and science. The source says the spike in COVID cases has come from social gatherings, not restaurants and bars being open — and problem establishments should be dealt with on case-by-case basis instead of blanket restrictions. Another special session on the governor’s COVID emergency powers is likely later this week.