Where to get your COVID-19 Vaccine in MN

Where to get your COVID-19 Vaccine in MN

It’s time to roll up our sleeves, Minnesota!

Thanks to Governor Walz’s leadership, COVID-19 vaccines are going out quickly to the Minnesotans who need it most. Two million vaccine doses have already been administered across the state, and for the first time in months, Minnesota reported zero new COVID deaths on March 22nd. 

25% of Minnesotans have already received at least one vaccine dose. It might be your turn sooner than you think. 

But how will you know when and where you can get vaccinated? Check out the list below to get  notified and find a vaccine location near you.

Get connected

Sign up to receive a notification when it’s your turn to get vaccinated. You can use the Minnesota Vaccine Connector wherever you are in the state. If you live in Hennepin County, you can use their county vaccine connector, too. 

In the Twin Cities

St. Paul no-cost community vaccination site (Roy Wilkins Auditorium)

Bloomington no-cost community vaccination site (Mall of America)

Minneapolis no-cost community vaccination site (Minneapolis Convention Center)

In Greater Minnesota

Mankato no-cost community vaccination site (Mayo Clinic Event Center)

St. Cloud no-cost community vaccination site (River’s Edge Convention Center)

Rochester no-cost community vaccination site (Mayo Civic Center)

Duluth no-cost community vaccination site (Duluth Entertainment Convention Center)

Thrifty White Pharmacy (many locations)

Wherever you are

Once it’s your turn to receive a vaccine, you can use this tool to find a pharmacy or clinic in your community. Make sure to call ahead and make an appointment at your chosen location first!

Keep in touch

Even after every eligible Minnesotan has received their vaccine, our recovery is still just beginning. We must support working families, small businesses, and students who have been hit hardest by this pandemic. And that’s exactly what progressives like Gov. Walz are working to do. Conservatives, on the other hand, want to slash programs and hurt our ability to recover from the pandemic. See how progressives’ COVID response compares to conservatives’ and decide for yourself who has had the better pandemic response.