COVID-19 Business Information & Resources

Sharing resources, information and updates, specifically as they relate to Saint Paul businesses.

Last update: July 6, 2021

The safety of our visitors and staff is of utmost importance and we work closely with authorities on safety measures and follow their direction on any necessary steps.

Below are COVID-19-related information for businesses and employees, including marketing and accessibility resources. The Minnesota Department of Health is leading the state and city preparedness and information dissemination. We are continually monitoring and assessing any new developments and will provide updates if or when new information becomes available. 

We encourage businesses to follow the guidance of the CDC for everyday preventive actions to help prevent the spread of respiratory viruses. To ensure you are reading the most accurate and up-to-date news regarding the Coronavirus, follow the CDC’s updates on or their social channels (FacebookTwitterInstagramYouTube).

Current Minnesota Gathering Restrictions

State restrictions on masks and gatherings have been lifted and many restaurants, attractions and events are open at 100% capacity. Find out more about the State of Minnesota's response to COVID-19 here.


City of Saint Paul Updates

As a result of efforts to slow the spread of COVID-19, some facilities in Saint Paul are closing with several events postponing or canceling. To view a list of temporary attraction closures, click here.

Accessibility Resources

Accessibility Resources

From the City of Saint Paul, Saint Paul Neighborhood Network in Partnership with Twin Cities Public Television, and Minnesota Department of Health,

Ready Together - Get Involved

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Coronavirus (COVID-19) Information & Resources