COVID-19 Situation Summary

COVID-19 Vaccination Appointment Sign Up

COVID-19 Testing Information

COVID-19 testing options in the community can be found by clicking the link below and following the directions:

Find Testing Sites Near Me

For information about Anoka County’s COVID-19 cases, please visit the

Covid StatsAnoka County COVID-19 Statistics Dashboard.

Get Tested - WebTile

COVID-19 Testing Locations

Click the link above to find testing locations and additional information about getting tested for COVID-19.

Minnesota COVID-19 Resources

2019 Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19)

Anoka County Public Health is actively working in partnership with the Minnesota Department of Health (MDH) to maintain the most up to date information on identified COVID-19 cases in the county, along with coordinating ongoing prevention efforts. Click here for the situation update on COVID-19 from the Minnesota Department of Health including the number of cases in Minnesota.

Stay Safe MN

The State of Minnesota's Covid-19 Response site provides detailed guidance about the current vaccine rollout, adjusting the dials to reopen, staying safe, and getting tested. 


What is Stay Safe MN? Read the latest overview of the state's plan to fight Covid-19.


  1. Impacts on County Services

    On March 17, 2020, board chair Commissioner Scott Schulte declared a Local State of Emergency in Anoka County. The full board ratified the declaration March 18, 2020.

    In response to the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, and to protect our customers and employees, Anoka County closed all its non-emergency, in-person services, including but not limited to:

    • Human Services Centers (Blaine/Eastern/Southern Neighborhood)
    • License and Passport Centers
    • Libraries
    • Parks buildings

    All other Anoka County facilities will remain closed until further notice.

    Even though face-to-face visits have been eliminated for now, we are still available to help you via email, phone and online.

    If you know the department you need to speak with, please navigate to their page or click the link below to see a list of specific closures, service delivery modifications, contact information, and instructions. Otherwise, please call our main number, 763-324-4000 and someone will direct your call.

    Document Drop Off Locations (Effective April 10)

    Anoka County is now accepting a variety of paperwork at three county locations and only vehicle tab renewals at two others. Please click the link below for more information.

    View complete listing of impacts on county services

  2. Up-to-Date Health Information

    To receive up to date health information please follow the following links:
  3. What you can do now: 

    Prevent the spread of COVID-19

    Put personal preparedness strategies in place for you and your family:

  4. Resource Library

    Resources for Senior Citizens 

    • ACCAP 763-783-4707
    • Senior Linkage Line 800-333-2433 
    • Additional Senior Resources 
      • PDF of phone numbers, please be aware some listed resources have limited to no available service due to closures.

    Assistance for Small Business

    MDH Materials and Resources

    • MDH Materials and Resources
      • Video PSA, print materials, and translated documents to assist with preparing for and responding to COVID-19

    Interim Guidance on Alternative Facemasks

    • Use of Cloth Face Coverings to Help Slow the Spread of COVID-19

    CDC Resources

    Avoid Scams Related to Coronavirus

    • Online scam resource

    Anoka County SHIP Resources

    Anoka County SHIP has compiled a variety of resources to support the community during this time. Resources are organized by topic area and include food access, physical activity, tobacco cessation, mental well-being, and violence prevention. There are also resources specific to youth/families, seniors, food shelves, schools, and workplaces. View SHIP resources here.


    Anoka County Printable PDF Health Posters

Minnesota confirms its first case (March 6, 2020)

Video of medical experts answering questions on the day of Minnesota’s first confirmed COVID-19 case. Available in multiple languages below: