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Coronavirus (COVID-19) Information
Sharing information and updates, specifically as they relate to Rochester
The health and safety of our guests and team-members is our top priority. In accordance with the Governor’s recommendations and following the lead of our partners with Olmsted County Public Health, Mayo Clinic, Olmsted Medical Center and the City of Rochester, we will continue to follow this rapidly evolving situation and respond accordingly with great care for our community.
Restaurants and Attractions
March 25, 2020: Minnesota Governor Walz issued a Stay at Home Order for Minnesotans beginning Friday, March 27 and ending at 5:00pm on Friday, April 10. The Governor also issued executive orders extending of the closure of on-site dining as well as other places of public accommodation and amusement statewide through May 1, 2020 in the interest of public health and limiting the spread of COVID-19/Coronavirus.
- Several area attractions have closed in order to encourage social distancing. Consult directly with area attractions regarding updates to hours and availability.
- Many area restaurants, coffee shops and cafes may offer curbside pickup and to-go ordering options. Consult directly with these businesses regarding updates to hours and availability.
Click here to view a list of businesses with take-out, delivery,and online services in Rochester
We are One Rochester
Experience Rochester: Like the rest of the world, life in Rochester as we know it, is on pause. But there are ways we can unite (at a distance) and still help our community. We have compiled Six Ways You Can Support Rochester Now.
Downtown Rochester: How to help the downtown Rochester community during COVID-19
Download the new ROCH STRONG App: Roch Strong
Mayo Civic Center
March 17, 2020: Mayo Civic Center Coronavirus (COVID-19) Update:
In response to Governor Tim Walz and the Minnesota Department of Health's recommendations regarding the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic and public gatherings, the Mayo Civic Center is closed until further notice.
Public ticketed events between March 14th and April 30th are postponed. We will contact ticket holders via email when details become available.
COVID-19 (Coronavirus) Resources:
- City of Rochester, MN
- Olmsted County Public Health
- Mayo Clinic
- Olmsted Medical Center
- US Travel Association