Residents Returning To Minnesota Asked To Self-Quarantine
Bemidji County Government, Public Health officials, and Emergency Management officials are strongly urging people that have been away for the winter to self-quarantine for two weeks after returning to their homes or cabins in Minnesota.
This self-quarantine should include arranging for someone to drop off groceries and any other personal needs.
According to a press release from Beltrami County, efforts being put in place in Minnesota are proving to be very effective, and the social distancing, Stay at Home Executive Orders, and self-quarantines are working because Minnesotans are taking the COVID-19 pandemic very seriously.
For those who need drop-off services can reach out to the Beltrami County Sheriff’s Office records division by calling 218-333-4187 or can visit this website.