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Minnesota Department of Health


COVID-19 information


Please wear a mask while inside City facilities, regardless of vaccination status.

Bloomington Public Health is monitoring COVID-19 in Minnesota. Visit the Minnesota Department of Health's website for the latest information. Health-related questions about COVID-19 should be addressed to the Minnesota Department of Health.

Vaccine appointments

At Bloomington Public Health
Bloomington Public Health is vaccinating individuals 18 and older. Make your appointment today by visiting If you need assistance, call 952-563-8900, Monday – Friday, 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. 

At Mall of America
Minnesotans 12 to 15 years old and their families are being prioritized for COVID-19 vaccination at the Mall of America community vaccination site. Families are encouraged to walk in or schedule an appointment at MOA Community Vaccination Program.
Use to find a location near you, then call or visit their website to make an appointment.

COVID-19 testing options

COVID-19 testing is no-cost in Minnesota for everyone who lives in the state. The State of Minnesota has made no-cost testing available to everyone through a number of testing options.

Option 1
Order a test through the state’s free at-home testing program.

Option 2
Walk in or schedule an appointment for a test at one of the state’s free community testing sites across Minnesota.

The state has a testing site in Bloomington at 9930 Logan Avenue South, the former site of the Motor Vehicle Office (DMV). Appointments are encouraged. You can make an appointment online to get tested there, or at another state testing location.  

Option 3
Many health care providers and pharmacies, such as CVS or Walgreens, offer no-cost testing.

Find answers to questions about testing costs through the State of Minnesota. If you need a test immediately, find a testing option near you through the state’s Find Testing Locations map.

Should you get tested for COVID-19?

The State of Minnesota’s website helps people determine if they should get tested for COVID-19 and find a testing location near them. 

What does a saliva test involve?
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Contact a COVID-19 community coordinator

COVID community coordinators support Minnesotans who need COVID-19 information specific to their communities, including in their languages. Coordinators help community members find and get critical resources to deal with health concerns, as well as employment, food access, housing, child care, and legal rights.

Minnesota COVID-19 helpline

  • 651-297-1304 or 1-800-657-3504
    Monday-Friday 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Callers can select from a menu of options that address COVID-19 questions related to vaccines, testing, workplace safety, schools and childcare, and more.

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