Important Links & Resources
- Richfield COVID Cases & Statistics
- COVID FAQ
- Resident Resources
- Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)
- Minnesota Department of Health
- Minnesota Resources
- COVID Testing
In Richfield, our staff is coordinating with Bloomington Public Health and the Minnesota Department of Health (MDH) to monitor the evolution of COVID-19 and receive guidance on the coordinated response to this global pandemic.
To that end, policymakers and staff are committed to providing ongoing essential services while protecting everyone from the spread of the COVID-19 virus.
Currently, the city of Richfield is requiring mask wearing in all city-owned buildings to help stop the spread of the COVID virus. This includes the Municipal Center, all liquor Stores, the Ice Arena, Community Center, and Wood Lake Nature Center.
Testing for COVID-19 is an important part of public health’s strategy to slow the spread of COVID-19 in our communities. Testing allows public health officials to quickly identify individuals who are infected, and to work with those individuals to isolate at home, to prevent further spread of the disease.The State of Minnesota’s website helps people check their symptoms, determine if they should get tested for COVID-19, and find a testing location near them.Additional Questions?
If you have additional questions or concerns related to COVID-19 within our community, please contact our Public Health Administrator Jennifer Anderson at 612-861-9881 or email@example.com