Guidance Library: COVID-19 - Minnesota Dept. of Health

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) released new guidance that shortens quarantine in certain situations. CDC: Options to Reduce Quarantine for Contacts of Persons with SARS-CoV-2 Infection Using Symptom Monitoring and Diagnostic Testing

Minnesota Department of Health (MDH) is reviewing the CDC guidance and will make recommendations over the next few days. We will update all documents to reflect any changes.

For the time being, people should continue to follow the current MDH guidelines, including to stay home (quarantine) for 14 days if exposed to COVID-19. Close Contacts and Tracing

Guidance Library: COVID-19

List of guidance documents available for COVID-19 response.

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Businesses, Employers, and Schools
Community
Facemasks and PPE
Health Care
Laboratories
Law Enforcement
Risk Assessment
Stigma
Veterinary Care
Water
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Businesses, Employers, and Schools

MDH

CDC

Community

MDH

CDC

Facemasks and Personal Protective Equipment (PPE)

MDH

CDC

Health Care

MDH

CDC

Laboratories

CDC

Law Enforcement

CDC

Risk Assessment

CDC

Stigma

CDC

  • Reducing Stigma
    Information to combat stigma and discrimination associated with COVID-19.

Veterinary Care

MDH

Water

MDH

  • Drinking Water and COVID-19
    Information and resources about COVID-19 as it relates to drinking water.

  • Public Water Systems and COVID-19
    Information and resources for public water systems (PWSs) about COVID-19. As buildings prepare to reopen, it's important to take steps to clear out water that has been sitting in pipes and clean and disinfect water features. This site includes information for ensuring water quality in building premise plumbing.

CDC

Contact us

  • IDEPC Comment Form
    Use this form to contact the Minnesota Department of Health for questions or comments about health related issues or this web page.
  • Contact the State of Minnesota
    Use this contact form for questions or comments related to businesses and employment or other non-health related issues.

Updated Wednesday, 02-Dec-2020 18:28:46 CST