New state COVID-19 testing website for Minnesota

State launches website about COVID-19 testing. State launches website about COVID-19 testing. |  Photo: State of MN

Updated: April 24, 2020 05:08 PM

As part of the state’s effort to provide widespread, rapid COVID-19 testing, Governor Tim Walz today unveiled a new website to help Minnesotans find a testing location within their community.
“Access to COVID-19 testing is critical to moving Minnesota forward during this pandemic,” Governor Walz said. “This tool will help make our widespread testing initiative accessible to all Minnesotans, and it’s a direct result of our partnership with the cutting-edge health care sector in Minnesota.”
This testing collaborative now includes 127 clinics and health care facilities across the state. The new COVID-19 website provides easy access to Minnesotans’ closest testing site, offers general information related to the COVID-19 outbreak, and provides an interactive screening tool to help Minnesotans determine if they need a test. 
This interactive testing site allows the state to coordinate with local public health and tribal organizations that have strong connections to the communities they serve.

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