Dodge County Covid-19 Status - Updated 8/12/2020
Total Positive Cases - 131
Total Deaths - 0
Approximate Cases Out of Isolation - 111
Total Hospitalized - 0
Age Range - Under 1 year to 80's
MN Face Covering Requirements and Recommendations
What you need to know about Covid-19 testing flyer - English Version Spanish Version
If you have question regarding Covid-19 symptoms, click here for the "Is it Covid-19" flyer that shows symptoms that may also be caused by another health condition, and how likely the symptoms are.
**UPDATED 4/23/2020** For Information regarding available resources during the State of Emergency, including: School Lunch Programs, Food Banks, Restaurant Options, Transportation Information, as well as other essential services, click here.
Tips for Running Essential Errands: Grocery Shopping, Take-Out, Banking, Getting Gas, and Doctor Visits. Click here for more information.
4/08/2020: To watch an informational video regarding the Covid-19 Virus from our Dodge County Public Health Director, Amy Caron, click here.
For an overview of the data tracked by the Governor’s COVID response team/Minnesota's COVID-19 Response and Preparation Capacity, click here.
For detailed information on departmental services, click on buttons below or contact our offices:
- 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.
Dodge County Public Health
42 E. Main St., P.O. Box 129
Dodge Center, MN 55927
Hours: Monday-Friday 8:00am-4:30pm