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    Minnesota Department of Health

    • What to do if you have had close contact with a person with COVID-19 link to PDF
    • What to do if you’re waiting for COVID-19 test results link to PDF
    • What to do if you have COVID-19 (how long you need to stay home) link to PDF 
    • Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) fact sheet link to PDF 
    • Protect Yourself & Others: COVID-19 webpage

    Centers for Disease Control & Prevention
    This website gives visual examples that helps people figure out how long they need to quarantine if they have been exposed

    - Resources from Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Minnesota Department of Health, and Stearns County Public Health. 

Free COVID Testing

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    • Tuesday, October 27
    • Wednesday, October 28
    • Thursday, October 29
    • 12 - 6 p.m. each day

    Bethel Lutheran Church
    901 Broadway W.
    Little Falls, MN 56345

    Pre-registration is not required, but is encouraged. Registration is also available on site. If registration fills, there will be a waitlist. Individuals on the waitlist will be notified if spots become available. Individuals and households can register by following the Little Falls Community COVID-19 Testing: Schedule Appointment link. Please note that anyone under 18 years old will need the consent of their parent/guardian in order to be tested at this event.

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CentraCare Resources

  • Second COVID-19 surge
    View a video message from Dr. George Morris: “This is a time for caution. We know that by doing things safer, we can impact the spread of COVID. We can do this. We can do this better by acting as one community.” From CentraCare: "During this second COVID-19 surge, we are seeing more community spread. People are getting exposed at small gatherings, while at work or participating in activities. In order to keep our schools and businesses open, we need to dial back social gatherings and consider virtual options while being diligent about masking, social distancing, and hygiene."  October 21, 2020
    COVID-19 or Seasonal Flu?
    CentraCare’s Dr. Kimberly Tjaden shared a blog to help people navigate flu season while also dealing with COVID-19. What are some distinct differences between the two illnesses? Dr. Tjaden said, “The symptoms are very similar between COVID and influenza, but loss of taste and smell is unique to COVID. COVID-19 also may take longer to develop symptoms — up to 2 weeks after exposure. Influenza usually develops 1-4 days after exposure.”
    Boost your immune system
    Dr. George Morris provides an update (a steady increase of COVID-19 cases in our communities along with numbers of hospitalizations and ICU patients) along with steps you can take to protect yourself and your family, including ways to boost your immune system as we start to enter flu season.

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