Important information on Coronavirus
The City of Minneapolis has compiled a list of frequently asked questions about Coronavirus. This list will be updated as new information becomes available.
View the Coronavirus Dashboard to get up-to-date information on COVID-19 in Minneapolis and the State of Minnesota.
The Minnesota Department of Health is leading the statewide response to coronavirus disease 19 (COVID-19). The City of Minneapolis is prepared and working closely with the Minnesota Department of Health and Hennepin County to stay ready. For questions on COVID-19 call the Minnesota Department of Health hotline at 651-201-3920.
Questions about Coronavirus and the COVID-19 response can be sent to [email protected], which is checked frequently
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is also maintaining and updating information related to Coronavirus and COVID-19.
The Minneapolis Health Department is brokering donations of needed items during the COVID-19 response and is connecting these resources with community partners. If you have a donation to make or need a donation, please use these donation and request forms.
May is mental health month
Mayor Jacob Frey issued a Proclamation declaring May as Mental Health Month for the City of Minneapolis. Living through a pandemic can be extremely stressful. This recognition helps us understand the importance of mental health in our community.
The City's Division of Race & Equity recently established a COVID-19 Emergency Mental Health Fund to strengthen the capacity of mental and behavioral health provider and community cultural healers to provide services to community residents.
Tips to reduce anxiety during COVID-19 from the Minnesota Department of Health.
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Public Health Emergency
Visit the Minnesota Department of Health's website for more information on how to report a possible public health emergency.
If this is a life-threatening emergency call 911.
Report Foodborne Illness / Suspected Food Poisoning
Complaints regarding a suspected case of foodborne illness related to a Minneapolis restaurant should be filed with the Minnesota Department of Health at 877-366-3455.
Should you require a reasonable accommodation in order to fully participate, or information in an alternative format, please contact 612-673-2301.
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Last updated May 15, 2020