vaccine opportunities

 
 

Vaccine Registration

St. Louis County Public Health works with community partners to offer several vaccine clinics each month. For additional vaccine appointment options in your area, contact your healthcare provider/pharmacy, or check out the state’s vaccine locator.
Scroll to the bottom of this page to learn more about the COVID vaccines available through our clinics. 

 

Friday, July 29

South St. Louis County Fair

800 North Boundary Avenue, Proctor

2-5 p.m.

Registration for all doses (ages 6 months to adult):
Sign Up for Vaccinations - South St Louis County Fair Site on Friday

*This clinic is offering vaccine incentives: $50 gift card for anyone receiving a first or second dose; $25 gift card for anyone receiving a booster.


Wednesday, August 3

North St. Louis County Fair

1005 Discovery Drive, Chisholm

3-6 p.m.

Registration for all doses (ages 6 months to adult):
Sign Up for Vaccinations - North St Louis County Fair on Wednesday


Thursday, August 4

Health Equity Northland

312 North Central Avenue, Suite 400, Duluth

4-7 p.m.

Registration for all doses (ages 6 months to adult):
Sign Up for Vaccinations - Health Equity Northland on Thursday, 08/04/2022

 

North St. Louis County Fair

1005 Discovery Drive, Chisholm

2-5 p.m.

Registration for all doses (ages 6 months to adult):
Sign Up for Vaccinations - North St Louis County Fair on Thursday


Friday, August 5

North St. Louis County Fair

1005 Discovery Drive, Chisholm

2-5 p.m.

Registration for all doses (ages 6 months to adult): 
Sign Up for Vaccinations - North St Louis County Fair on Friday



St. Louis County Public Health administers the following vaccines at our clinics unless otherwise noted.:

Pfizer vaccine (for ages 12+) - 1st and 2nd doses; 3rd doses for immunocompromised individuals; 1st boosters for anyone eligible age 12+; 2nd boosters for anyone eligible ages 50+ and age 12+ with moderate to severe immunocompromise.

Pfizer vaccine (for ages 5-11) - 1st and 2nd doses, 3rd doses for immunocompromised youth, 1st booster for anyone eligible age 5-11.

Pfizer vaccine (for ages 6 months to 4 years) - 1st, 2nd and 3rd doses. The Pfizer vaccine for this age group is three doses. The second dose is recommended 3-8 weeks after the first dose, and the third dose 8 weeks after the second dose. 

Moderna vaccine (for ages 12+) - 1st and 2nd doses; 3rd doses for immunocompromised individuals; 1st boosters for individuals 18+; 2nd boosters for anyone eligible ages 50+ and age 18+ with moderate to severe immunocompromise.

Moderna vaccine (for ages 6-11) - 1st and 2nd doses, 3rd doses for immunocompromised youth.

Moderna vaccine (for ages 6 months to 5 years) - 1st and 2nd doses, 3rd doses for immunocompromised youth

Johnson & Johnson vaccine (for ages 18+) - initial doses; boosters for eligible individuals.

A parent or guardian MUST ACCOMPANY any child under the age of 18, and must sign a consent form for the child to be vaccinated.   

All Minnesotans age 5 and older are recommended to get a booster shot. The timing of your booster shot depends on the vaccine you received for your initial vaccine series: If you received Pfizer or Moderna initially, you should get a booster after five months. If you received Johnson & Johnson initially, you should get a booster after two months. Note that the Pfizer booster is the only vaccine currently approved for 5-17 year olds.

People age 50+ (or younger if immunocompromised or other special circumstances) are eligible to receive a second booster dose of Pfizer or Moderna if at least four months have passed since the first booster. Learn more about eligibility: Boosters / COVID-19 Updates and Information - State of Minnesota (mn.gov)

Available vaccination appointments are posted below. Advance registration is recommended to ensure adequate vaccine supply and space available. Walk-ins will be accommodated as we are able, but are not guaranteed.

Need transportation assistance? You may be able to get a free Uber ride to your vaccine appointment. Contact Ecolibrium3 to make arrangements: 218-336-1038. 

 

 

Questions about your vaccine appointment or scheduling one? Please read our faqs first. If you don’t find your question answered, you can contact us at vaccinescheduling@stlouiscountymn.gov or 218-726-2623.

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