Minnesotans are receiving doses of the COVID-19 vaccination through a variety of health systems, including state clinics, pharmacies, and public health departments.
- Minnesotans above 16 years of age can now receive the COVID-19 vaccination. The COVID-19 vaccine is now available to all Minnesotans over 16 years old.
- The state has requested that people use its services. COVID-19 Vaccine ConnectorThis allows residents who are not vaccinated to register their health, demographic, or work information in order to be alerted about the availability of vaccines. Book an appointment.
- The state also has Online search toolMinnesotans can find and connect to vaccine providers in their locality.
Here are some ways you can get an appointment.
Many large state health systems are reaching out and scheduling appointments with established patients. Many are using online portals to notify patients. M Health and other health systems allow you to register even though you are not an existing patient. Here are links to the main portals of health systems:
Online scheduling is becoming more common for large chain pharmacies. Each pharmacy chain has its own sign-up requirements. Sam’s ClubYou can also make appointments.
Here are the addresses of pharmacy sign-up sites:
CVS and Walmart have a tendency to release appointments at midnight. Others, like Thrifty White or Hy-Vee, update their availability throughout the day. It’s a good idea keep your insurance documents handy in order to sign up online.
Independent pharmacies can also distribute vaccines. Contact the customer service department to determine if your eligibility or if there is a waitinglist.
The VaccineSpotter site has a Minnesota page dedicated to finding pharmacies in the state.It is updated every minute.
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If you are a veteran Here are some details about how to register in Minneapolis.Call 612-467-1301 to schedule vaccination appointments for eligible veterans
Veterans who are interested in receiving VA care can apply online or call 1-877-222-VETS, from 7 a.m. until 7 p.m. on Monday through Friday.
Some county clinics and community clinics are also conducting their own registrations. Search your city name and words like “COVID vaccine”Or “vaccine clinic.”Many of these are only available to residents in specific areas or cities. (Please be careful about sharing personal information or health details with unknown groups that claim to run vaccine clinics.
Many Minnesotans are using social media to share information about how to register and find vaccine doses. Numerous “vaccine hunter”Volunteers created Facebook groups to allow people to share information about Minnesota registration. They include: