To protect the public’s health and slow the rate of transmission of COVID-19, Minnesota Governor Walz has signed Executive Order 20-53, which extends a peacetime emergency in Minnesota through June 12, 2020. The order contains, “sensible steps that Minnesotans and our state government can take to protect all Minnesotans by slowing the spread of COVID-19, prioritizing our healthcare resources, and safeguarding at-risk communities.”
Burnsville will follow this lead and take the health and safety of our residents and travelers seriously.
As of now, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has not issued any general travel advisories or restrictions within the United States. However, people at higher risk (such as older adults and people with serious chronic medical conditions) have been advised to avoid non-essential air travel and cruise travel.
With the situation rapidly evolving, we encourage travelers to and within the state of Minnesota to seek expert guidance and take routine precautions as outlined by the CDC in order to make fact-based travel decisions.
We hope that you and your families stay safe and healthy. When the time comes, we will welcome you back to Burnsville with open arms.
Just because we are limiting contact and practicing social distancing for the moment, it doesn’t mean you have to distance yourself from your favorite Burnsville meals. Starting June 1st, Governor Walz has announced that restaurants will be allowed to provide outdoor dining following guidelines outlined in his Executive Order 20-63. Now, more than ever, it is crucial that we support our local businesses so here is your guide to take-out and patio dining in the Burnsville area! This list will be updated as we hear more from area restaurants.