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Dodge County Covid-19 Status - Updated 06/09/2021
Total Positive Cases   -  1,876
New Cases  - 1
Total Deaths - 4
Approximate Cases Out of Isolation - 1,861
Approximate Cases Currently Isolating - 15

Age Range - Under 1 year to 90's

Estado de Dodge County Covid-19- Actualizado el 06/09/2021
Total de casos positivos  - 1,876
Nuevos casos - 1
Casos aproximados fuera del aislamiento - 1,861
Casos aproximados que actualmente están aislando - 15
Rango de edad - Menos de 1 año a los 90

Available links will be posted at noon each Friday.   

All populations, ages 18 and up (Moderna) or 12 and up (Pfizer), are now eligible to receive a Covid-19 vaccination.  
Dodge County Public Health is working through details for Pfizer vaccinations.  

You must be 18 on the day of clinic to register for an appointment for Moderna vaccine.  
6/10/21 Clinic Link (MODERNA 2 DOSE SERIES)
9:00 AM - 4:00 PM @ Dodge County Public Health:

We do have Johnson & Johnson/Janssen vaccine available.  If you would like the single dose vaccine, please call our office at 507-635-6150 to be added to a vaccine list.  For each 5 people, we will schedule a date and time for vaccination.


Los enlaces disponibles se publicarán al mediodía todos los viernes. 

Todas las poblaciones, de 18 años en adelante (Moderna) o de 12 años en adelante (Pfizer), ahora son elegibles para recibir una vacuna Covid-19. 

Dodge County Public Health está trabajando a través de detalles para las vacunas de Pfizer. 


For detailed information on departmental services, click on buttons below or contact our offices:Dodge County Public Health

  • Disease Prevention  *Click on this link to view  information regarding the Coronavirus, as well as the schedule for immunization clinics.  Immunizations, education and investigation, Web Information-Severe Lung Injuries Associated with Vaping.
  • Senior Home and Community Based Services
    Assessment and Case Management services to keep the elderly in their home
  • Family Health -
    Services for children, pregnant women and families
  • Environmental Health  (See for flooding cleanup information)
    Public health nuisances, water testing and lead education
  • Health Promotion  
    Educational programs, health maintenance clinics and speakers

Dodge County Public Health has been serving the public since 1922.  Our mission is to promote and foster a healthy community by delivering the highest quality of services to the greatest number of Dodge County residents in the most efficient manner.

Public Health Department Responsibilities include the prevention of epidemics and spread of disease, protect against environmental hazards, prevent injuries, promote and encourage healthy behaviors and mental health and respond to disaster and assist communities in recovery.  

Contact us:
Dodge County Public Health
42 E. Main St., P.O. Box 129
Dodge Center, MN 55927

Phone: 507-635-6150
Fax: 507-633-9601

Hours: Monday-Friday 8:00am-4:30pm