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  1. Burgum urges vigilance to keep COVID-19 numbers trending downward as mask requirement expires

    Gov. Burgum today urged citizens to remain vigilant against COVID-19 as the state’s case numbers continue a downward trend and the State Health Officer’s statewide mask requirement expires Mon., Jan. 18. The statewide risk level will remain at moderate. Additional Info...
  2. Community Health Needs Assessment Survey Released for Bismarck-Mandan

    Bismarck-Burleigh Public Health, Custer Health, CHI St. Alexius and Sanford Health are working together to coordinate a Community Health Needs Assessment Survey for the Bismarck-Mandan metro area. Read on...
  3. BBPH Nearing Completion of Phase 1A COVID-19 Vaccination Efforts

    BBPH is expected to conclude vaccinating Phase 1A (healthcare workers/first responders/long term care residents and staff) this week. If vaccine arrives as expected, BBPH plans to begin Phase 1B next week offering vaccine to individuals ages 75 and older. Read on...
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  1. Coronavirus Disease (COVID-19)

    Bismarck Strong Spotlight
    The North Dakota Department of Health has confirmed cases of COVID-19. Bismarck-Burleigh Public Health encourages citizens to be prepared, take this virus seriously, and follow recommendations to reduce its spread.

    Bismarck-Burleigh Public Health Phase 1a/1b Covid-19 Vaccination Interest Survey
    Burleigh-Morton COVID-19 Task-Force
    COVID-19 Business Resources
    COVID-19 Testing Locations
    Governor Burgum's Executive Order
    Mask Up ND
    North Dakota Department of Health COVID-19 dashboard
    North Dakota Care19 Alert app 
    ND Smart Restart Guidelines

    View this 
    link for the most up-to-date information about COVID-19 from Bismarck-Burleigh Public Health and the Centers for Disease Control.

    View the latest news and updates from the N.D. Department of Health about coronavirus disease (COVID-19) here.

    Call the COVID-19 Hotline number: 866-207-2880 for COVID questions Monday through Saturday, from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.  If you need medical advice, please contact your health care provider.