COVID-19 Information

Benton County COVID-19 Data Overview: Benton County COVID-19 Dashboard

Know Your Community COVID Level: COVID-19 Community Levels are a new tool to help communities decide what prevention steps to take based on the latest data. Levels can be low, medium, or high and are determined by looking at hospital beds being used, hospital admissions, and the total number of new COVID-19 cases in an area. Take precautions to protect yourself and others from COVID-19 based on the COVID-19 Community Level in your area. Find your community COVID level here.

*Close Contact and Quarantine Guidelines*

*If You Are Sick/Test Positive Guidelines*

COVID - 19 Data

Benton County 2020, 2021 & 2022 Comparison Graphs
These graphs show you the comparison of Benton County COVID-19 cases between the years of 2020, 2021, and 2022 (youth are identified in the top graph; adults are identified in the bottom graph). The white boxes indicate the previous year compared at the current time. These graphs show you the importance of continued mitigation strategies. The current mitigation strategies include masking, social distancing, washing hands, covering your cough, staying home when you are not feeling well, following current guidelines around isolation and quarantine, getting a COVID-19 test when needed and getting the COVID-19 vaccine and booster when you are able. 

While earlier variants of COVID-19 were affecting adults more seriously, more studies are showing that youth are making up a higher percentage of cases due to the more recent dominant variants. All youth under 5 years are still not eligible to receive the COVID-19 vaccine. For the health and safety of all we recommend continuing to practice the mitigation strategies mentioned above.

These graphs are typically updated on a weekly basis. The graphs below were added to our website on 5/23/2022. The data is current through 5/12/2022.

Youth COVID Case Counts 20', 21', 22'
Adult COVID Case Counts 20', 21', 22'

Vaccine Opportunities:

If you are interested in receiving a COVID-19 vaccine, please see below for more information and to schedule an appointment through local providers.  


  • Minnesota Department of Health's Vaccine Connector: click here to schedule an appointment.

  • CentraCare Health COVID-19 Vaccination: click here to schedule an appointment.

  • Fairview Health COVID-19 Vaccination: click here to schedule an appointment.

Click here to view Minnesota's vaccine dashboard to see COVID-19 vaccination rates statewide and in each county. 

Click here to see how Minnesota compares to other states in COVID-19 vaccination rates.

  1. Types of COVID-19 Vaccines
  2. COVID-19 Vaccine Side Effects
  3. Obtaining Vaccine Records
  4. COVID-19 Testing

There are three COVID-19 vaccines that are authorized or approved for use in the United States to prevent COVID-19 including the Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine and the Moderna vaccine, which are mRNA vaccines, as well as Johnson & Johnson's Janssen vaccine which is a viral vector vaccine. Talk to your health care provider to decide which vaccine type is best for you. For more information on each of these vaccines including manufacturer, number of shots, who is eligible to receive each type, and any information on booster or additional doses, visit the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).