Plans for Minnesota’s State Fair are coming together. The Minnesota State Fair’s general manager, Jerry Hammer, announced Thursday that his team is still planning to host the fair this summer.   Hammer says that the current COVID-19 outlook is encouraging right now, but he added that the event will likely include coronavirus safety precautions. The fair was canceled last year because of COVID-19, marking the first time the fair had been canceled in nearly three-quarters of a century. The last time the fair was canceled was back in 1946, due to the polio pandemic.