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St. Louis County Public Health is administering:
Pfizer vaccine (for ages 12+) - 1st and 2nd doses; boosters for anyone eligible age 12+; 3rd doses for immunocompromised individuals; 2nd boosters for anyone eligible ages 50+.
Pfizer vaccine (for ages 5-11) - 1st and 2nd doses
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.
Moderna vaccine (for ages 18+) - 1st and 2nd doses; boosters for eligible individuals; 3rd doses for immunocompromised individuals; 2nd boosters for anyone eligible ages 50+.
Johnson & Johnson vaccine (for ages 18+) - initial doses; boosters for eligible individuals.
All Minnesotans age 12 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 12-17 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.
Friday, May 20
St. Louis County Government Services Center - Duluth
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 firstname.lastname@example.org or 218-726-2623.
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For additional vaccine appointment options in your area, contact your healthcare provider/pharmacy, or check out the state’s vaccine locator.