A federal government shutdown will not immediately impact any Ramsey County services.
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Getting an updated COVID-19 vaccine is your best protection against potentially serious illness this fall and winter.
Saint Paul – Ramsey County Public Health is now offering updated (bivalent) vaccines to people ages 6 months and older.
Saint Paul - Ramsey County Public Health is partnering again with community organizations to provide culturally and linguistically appropriate information and resources about COVID-19 vaccines.
This policy change follows a March 1, 2022 policy change and the May 11, 2023 end of the federal public health emergency.
Saint Paul - Ramsey County Public Health is working to distribute more than 100,000 KN95 and N95 masks to residents, businesses and community groups.
Wearing a high-quality face mask helps limit the spread of COVID-19.
The COVID-19 testing offered at this site closed on March 1, 2022 and is no longer available.
Families can request free face masks through the A Mask for Everyone program.
The report draws on input and knowledge shared by community members through a series of 49 conversations held from November 2020 to February 2021.
Nearly all state COVID-19 restrictions would end by May 28, and the statewide masking requirement would end once 70 percent of Minnesotans age 16 years and older get their vaccine, or by July 1.
The program provides financial assistance to families with children who miss free/reduced-price meals at school because of distance or hybrid- learning due to COVID-19.
The report includes goals, objectives and recommendations to address community needs related to the pandemic.
The safest way to celebrate is at home with only the people who live with you.
Through the package, Ramsey County will receive $10.7 million to distribute to businesses. At this time, we anticipate that most of the funding will be used to supplement the Small Business Relief Fund.
All 11 Ramsey County arenas will remain closed to the general public through at least January 3. Arenas are projected to reopen on Monday, January 4 for youth and adult practices.
The partnerships will help ensure Ramsey County's diverse racial, ethnic and cultural communities are informed about coronavirus, county services and community resources during the pandemic.
All 11 Ramsey County arenas will close to the general public starting Saturday, November 21.
An initiative of the Ramsey County Investment and Support Efforts program, the find is open to organizations that provide food and basic needs, health and well-being and workforce services.
The packs include a refurbished laptop, a hotspot for internet access and quick start guides.
The conversation will include a brief summary of the county’s food security work to date in response to COVID-19 and previous community conversations, and an opportunity to brainstorm ideas in small groups on how to best address Ramsey County’s food security needs into 2021 and beyond.