This guidance is directed at residential and non-residential settings in which individuals at higher risk of COVID-19 illness reside or receive services. These settings include, but are not limited to, the following programs licensed/certified by DHS:
- Adult foster care programs
- Child foster residence settings
- Children’s residential facilities
- Community residential settings
- Mental health centers/clinics
- Residential settings for adults with mental illness
- Substance use disorder treatment programs – residential and non-residential
It offers recommendations for visitors and non-essential health care personnel together with information on social distancing and mitigation strategies.
Interim guidance for the prevention of Covid-19 in DHS-licensed residential and non-residential settings with at-risk persons (updated March 31, 2021). St. Paul, Minnesota Department of Health, 2021, 5 p.
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