The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and Minnesota Department of Health (MDH) recommend that people, both fully vaccinated and unvaccinated, continue to wear a well-fitted mask in some settings or situations depending on the level of community spread. Other federal, state, or local laws may require masks, and businesses may set their own requirements. Before heading out, check the mask policy at your destination(s) ahead of time. Visit the MDH or CDC for more information.
Proof of Vaccination or Negative Test Results
Vaccinations are not mandatory throughout the state of Minnesota, but private businesses or public events may require proof of vaccination or a negative COVID-19 test before entering a venue.
Visitors are encouraged to plan ahead by checking COVID-19-related health policies at individual attractions and businesses.
You Might Need a Reservation
Capacity restrictions on Minnesota businesses have been lifted, but there's still a chance you need to make reservations in advance to eat at a restaurant, visit an attraction or attend an event. So before heading out, just remember to call ahead or check online to see if reservations are required.
Events are back but they may change
Your favorite festivals and events are happening across the state. However, events may have been altered or cancelled for the year. Before heading out, check with the event or destination ahead of time.