|Stay Safe and Prevent the Spread of COVID-19Each person or family has their own unique risk when it comes to COVID-19. The Stay Safe MN website offers resources and tips for staying safe as we begin to reopen Minnesota as safely as possible.Stay Safe MN: Individuals and Families As more businesses, organizations, and recreational areas open up, it is very important for all Minnesotans to continue taking |
steps to slow the spread of COVID-19.
Minnesota Department of Health (MDH) MaterialsWe are adding new videos, print materials, and translated documents often.
Check out the pages below to view, download, or print these resources.Materials and Resources for COVID-19 ResponseVideos for COVID-19 Response
The situation is changing rapidly. Visit Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) for the most up-to-date information and follow MDH on Facebook, Twitter, & Instagram to stay informed.
|What’s NewGuidance and ResourcesNEW:COVID-19 Prevention Guidance for Overnight Camps (PDF)|
Supplemental guidance for overnight camp operations. Overnight camps can start planning to operate beginning in July.Guidance for Providing Food and Beverages for On-site Consumption at Indoor and Outdoor Gatherings (PDF)
Outlines guidance for food and beverage consumption at gatherings taking place in indoor and outdoor venues such as event centers, faith-based buildings, community centers, rental halls, or at similar outdoor spaces.Guidance for Gatherings: Faith-based Communities, Places of Worship, and Ceremonies (PDF)Guidance for Window Visits at Long-Term Care Facilities (PDF)Outdoor Visitation Guidance for Long-term Care Facilities (PDF)COVID-19 Employee Screening and Testing Recommendations for Industry (PDF)UPDATED:COVID-19 Prevention Guidance for Youth, Student, and Child Care Programs (PDF)
Guidance for youth programs, K-12 schools, colleges, universities, and camps.Guidance for Social Distancing in Adult Sports (PDF)Guidance for Social Distancing in Youth Sports (PDF)Frequently Asked Questions About Organized Youth Sports (PDF)NOTE: As new Executive Orders and recommendations are issued, we will review and update the guidance and resources on our website accordingly. Look for an “Updated” date below guidance links to know when the resource was last revised.Health Equity and COVID-19Health equity means everyone has the same chance to be as healthy as possible. Minnesota on average is one of the healthiest states in the country.
However, not everyone in Minnesota has the same chance to be healthy.The general health of Minnesotans of color and American Indians is very different from those who are white.General health is also very different in LGBTQ and other communities: people with disabilities; those who live in rural communities; and people who are homeless or have unstable housing.
Some Minnesotans are part of more than one of these communities.Things that can get in the way of being healthy also play a part in the unequal way that COVID-19 is affecting some Minnesota communities.For more information, tools, and resources, visit Health Equity and COVID-19.