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Minnesota Department of Health

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Vaccine appointments

At Bloomington Public Health
Bloomington Public Health is vaccinating individuals 18 and older. Make your appointment today by visiting blm.mn/clinics. If you need assistance or do not have access to a computer, call 952-563-8525, Monday – Friday, 8 a.m. to 3 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

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.

Minnesota 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.

COVID-19 Testing

If you need a COVID-19 test, please take one of the following steps:

Wondering if you should 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. 

Are you curious about what getting a nasal swab feels like?

Our hearts are with those who have lost family and friends

If you would like to share a photo, video or story in memory of a friend or loved one you've lost to COVID-19, please let us know at communications@bloomingtonmn.gov.

Bloomington and Minnesota data

blm.mn/cdash: Bloomington COVID-19 data.
blm.mn/c19situation: Statewide data from MDH.

Stay Safe MN

Check out the latest guidance in Minnesota's Stay Safe Plan. The City continues relying on guidance from trusted public health authorities like the Minnesota Department of Health when making decisions that affect the community.

Contact a COVID-19 Community Coordinator for help

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.