Current Coronavirus Cases

View up to date Coronavirus Reporting for North Dakota

Rapid Antigen Screening

February 19th and 26th & March 5th and 12th

For more informartion please click this link: Rapid Antigen News Release


Vaccine Release Phases

Covid-19 Vaccines will be released in phases.
As we are alerted of new phases we will post that information here.

Click on the links below for more information on each phase. 

Phase 1A Priority Groups


Covid-19 Vaccine FAQ & Fact Sheet

To view the fact sheet for Covid-19 Vaccine please click COVID Vaccine Factsheet

Mask Mandate & Limited Capacity Restrictions

 The Governor of North Dakota has extended the Mask Mandate as well as limit capacity for bars, restaurants and event venues through January 18, 2021

CDC Quarantine Change 12/4/2020


The new guidelines allow close contacts of those infected to reduce their quarantine period from 14 days to 10 days. If the close contact receives a negative result from a COVID test, they can reduce their quarantine to seven days. Residents at long-term care facilities and other congregate living settings are exempt from the new guidance and should continue to quarantine for the full 14 days.

“Individuals will be able to end their quarantine after seven days if they receive a negative COVID-19 diagnostic test, are symptom free and wear a face covering or after 10 days without being tested,” explained Howell.

To test out of quarantine, a person can either do a PCR test or a rapid antigen test. The earliest a test should be done is 48 hours before being released from quarantine. Individuals must continue to quarantine while awaiting test results.

Individuals should continue to monitor their symptoms and wear a face covering for the full 14 days.


Check out the North Dakota travel guidance page

Covid-19 Hotline

For questions related to COVID-19, NDDoH hotline is open from 7am to 7pm
If you need medical advice please contact your health care provider