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covid-19 information & Resources

Current Shift Level: Level 2

Masks should be worn...

  • Outdoors, when unable to maintain 6 feet of physical distance from others

  • In common areas of campus, including hallways, classrooms, and labs

  • In offices without private space, when 6 feet of physical distance isn’t possible

  • In shared common areas of residence halls

 
 
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testing information

Temporary testing sites (dates and times vary) are offered by Saint Paul – Ramsey County Public Health in partnership with local community organizations.Consulate of Mexico in Saint Paul

Consulate of Mexico in Saint Paul

Wednesday, September 23
2:00 - 6:00 p.m.
Consulate of Mexico - 797 E.7th Street, Saint Paul, MN 55106

Aldrich Arena

  • Community testing will resume at Aldrich Arena on Saturdays,
    starting on September 26, 2020.

  • Please check back for details and registration.

The following Ramsey County community clinics offer COVID-19 testing on an ongoing basis. 

United Family Medicine

Peter J. King Family Health Center 
1026 7th St W, Saint Paul, 55102

  • Open to established patients or residents of Saint Paul.

  • Symptoms or NO symptoms.

  • By appointment only. Call 651-241-1000.

  • Interpreters available upon request.

  • Learn more

Minnesota Community Care

​East Side Clinic
895 East 7th St. Saint Paul, 55106

  • Drive-up only.

  • By appointment only. Call: 651-602-7500.

  • Learn more

Downtown Clinic
438 Dorothy Day Place, Saint Paul, 55102

  • Monday - Friday: 9 a.m. - 11:30 a.m.

  • By appointment only. Call: 651-793-2219.

  • Hmong, Spanish and Somali interpreters available upon request.

  • Learn more

Open Cities Health Center

Dunlap Clinic 
409 North Dunlap St., Saint Paul, 55104

  • Tuesdays and Thursdays: 9 a.m. - 12 p.m.
    and 1 p.m. - 4 p.m.

  • Testing available to those who qualify (see website).

  • By appointment only. Call 651-251-5967.

  • Learn more

Feeling sick?

Seek medical attention if you develop these emergency warning signs for coronavirus which include*:

 

- Trouble breathing

- Persistent pain or pressure in the chest

- New confusion or inability to arouse

- Bluish lips or face

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if i get sick...
 

According to the following guidelines:

  • Commuter students will be required to return home and remain there until asymptomatic for a period of at least three (3) days or are authorized to return to campus by their medical provider.

 

  • Residential students will be encouraged to return home if possible and safe to do.

The University will conduct daily checks with affected students via text, call or email and ensure food is delivered to the student. There will be no physical contact with the student except in the case of an emergency.

  • Residential students who cannot return home and live in a single unit with a private bathroom will be required to isolate in place until asymptomatic for a period of at least three (3) days or are authorized to return to campus by their medical provider.

 

  • Residential students who cannot return home and live in a shared space or use a shared restroom will be moved to a single room, if possible, and must remain isolated in place.

Contacto

Hamline Undergraduate Student Congress

Anderson Student Center

1536 Hewitt Ave

Saint Paul, MN 55104

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