MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — Student drivers can once again take their road tests.

Minnesota Driver and Vehicle Services stations were closed due to the COVID-19 outbreak since mid-March, but 16 locations reopened last week. Now, class-D road tests will begin again Tuesday.

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Priority will be given to those who had to cancel their tests while exam stations were closed.

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Drivers will have to wear a face mask if they are going to an exam station, and must also be prepared for a wellness screening.

Here are Minnesota’s testing locations: St. Paul, Arden Hills, Anoka, Eagan, Plymouth, Rochester, Mankato, Fairmont, Marshall, Willmar, Detroit Lakes, St. Cloud, Brainerd, Duluth, Grand Rapids and Bemidji.

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Visit the Minnesota Department of Public Safety’s website for more information.