Minnesota Health Officials Release New Guidance on COVID Testing
Dave Bishop | Nov 21, 2020 AT 9:18 am
(MNN) -- Minnesota health officials are updating COVID-19 testing recommendations as a new dial-back period began Friday.
The State Health Department says anyone with COVID symptoms or those exposed to someone who tested positive should get tested immediately.
Employees who worked at places that will remain open over the next four weeks should also get a test.
Minnesotans have several testing choices available, including 20 longer-term community sites offering nasal and saliva testing, a mail-order program, and clinics and hospitals across the state.