Bloomington Public Health is monitoring COVID-19 in Minnesota. Visit the Minnesota Department of Health's website for the latest information. Any health related questions about COVID-19 should be addressed to the Minnesota Department of Health (MDH).
Minnesota Department of Health 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 health, workplace safety, schools and childcare, parks and more.
Testing for COVID-19 is an important part of public health’s strategy to slow the spread of COVID-19 in our communities. Testing allows public health officials to quickly identify individuals who are infected, and to work with those individuals to isolate at home, to prevent further spread of the disease.
Wondering if you should get tested for COVID-19?
The State of Minnesota’s website helps people check their symptoms, 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?
Have you recently been tested for COVID-19?
The Minnesota Department of Health’s website has information on the following topics:
- What to do while you wait for a COVID-19 test result,
- What to do about your test results when they come back, and
- Testing for COVID-19 antibodies.
Stay Safe MN
Minnesota is currently in Phase III of the COVID-19 Stay Safe MN 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.
Racial Equity and COVID-19
The League of Minnesota Cities has published it’s Race Equity and COVID-19 FAQs. Bloomington specific information is included in response to question seven.