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FDL Human Services COVID-19 Updates

This page will be used by the FDL Human Services Division to post updates for community members during the COVID 19 pandemic. Additional resources are linked below.

To register with FDL Human Services, please complete the following forms. You can either send by U.S. mail or drop off your completed registration form and any other documentation to either Fond du Lac Human Services Registration at 927 Trettel Lane, Cloquet, MN 55720 OR the Center for American Indian Resources at 221 W 4th St, Duluth, MN 55806. Please be aware that email is not a secure way to send information over the internet. There is a possibility that information you include in an email, including attachments, can be intercepted and read by other parties besides the person or group to whom it is addressed.
FDL Human Services Registration
Certification of Tribal Enrollment
Proof of Residency
Proof of Indian Household Membership
FDL Service Area Communities
COVID-19 Vaccination Eligibility Requirements - updated 3/24/21

U.S. CDC website - COVID-19 information; symptoms, treatment, etc.

Minnesota Dept. of Health website - COVID-19 situation update page.

FDL Human Services Division Facebook Page

Fond du Lac Band Facebook Page


Current Updates

COVID Vaccines available for Kids age 6 mo. - 17 yrs: The COVID-19 Moderna vaccine is now available for children age 6 months to 17 years at MNAW and CAIR. Click here for full details.
Omicron Variant PSA: FDL Human Services has posted a PSA video about the COVID Omicron variant. Click here to view the PSA.
FDL Human Services Notice: Due to COVID, the Human Services Division has a high number of staff out, therefore, some of our services will be suspended or moving to virtual. Our staff will reach out to you if there are changes to your appointment. In addition, due to a shortage of supplies and staffing, our COVID food & supply boxes will be limited to one per COVID positive individual. The Human Services Division is doing its best to stay safe so that we can continue offering services to the community, but ask for your help to limit the spread. You can help by getting vaccinated (and boosted!), staying home if you are ill, social distancing, washing your hands, and wearing a mask. Miigwech!
Mask Wearing: The Fond du Lac Human Services Division would like to remind everyone that face masks continue to be required by all staff, vendors, and patients two years and older regardless of vaccination status. Masks should completely cover the nose and mouth and fit snugly against the sides of the face without gaps and should be worn for the duration of your visit. If you are unable to obtain one, the Fond du Lac Emergency Operations Center (EOC) has masks available. Please leave a message on the EOC hotline at 218-878-7175.
Due to COVID-19, FDL Human Services Optical is asking patients to call and schedule curbside pickup for their orders. Call 218-878-2170 to schedule curbside pickup. Click here for details.
NOTICE: Due to an increase in demand, please anticipate a 1-2 week wait for immunization records from FDL Human Services. Need them sooner? Download the free Docket mobile app. It's a quick and easy way to access your records! Docket App Guide
FDL Human Services has support services available for any that may need them. Click here for information and contact numbers.
Get a Positive COVID-19 Test? What should you do next? FDL Human Services has a handy guide for your next steps. Click here to read the guide.

FDL COVID-19 Quarantine Guidelines:

  1. If someone has symptoms and tests positive their isolation period is 10 days from start of symptoms, as long as their symptoms have improved and they don't have a fever for 24 hours before returning to work. (without taking fever reducing medication)
  2. If someone has no symptoms and tests positive, then isolation period starts from when they got their positive test. Isolation for a positive test is 10 days as above.
  3. If someone was exposed to someone with COVID-19 and has no symptoms they should quarantine for 14 days from the date of their last exposure to the positive person, even if there test is negative. This is guidance from CDC and MDH.
  4. If someone develops symptoms or tests positive during their quarantine for being a contact of a positive person, then they need to isolate for 10 days from that date. So for example someone may have started their quarantine on the 1st, but then gets symptoms on day 7 and tests positive that day then their isolation starts the 7th for 10 days.

COVID Exposure Guide from FDL Human Services

Preparing for Quarantine: FDL HSD offers advice on how to properly prepare for COVID-19 quarantine. Click here for full details.
Fond du Lac Social Services is here to support the Community, and reminds us to Love Your Family, Praise Your Child!
Fond du Lac Human Services has produced a video PSA about how to safely administer CPR to an adult or child/infant with COVID-19. Click here to see the video.
FDL Human Services Essential Services Update: The Human Services Division has issued updated flyers of Essential Services they will provide the community, by department. Click here to see the flyers in a multi-page document.
Move Your Way! Physical activity will help you stay healthy! Click here for full details.
Telehealth and Telephone visits are now available! Click here for full details.