If you would like to contact your provider to seek a vaccine, please feel free to do so. You can find contact information for providers near you with our Vaccine Locator map.
No. The Vaccine Locator map shows locations where vaccine is available to people aged 65 and older around the state. Please contact these providers directly to schedule an appointment and follow their instructions.
No. Some vaccination clinics may ask for medical insurance information for reimbursement purposes. If you do not have insurance, you can still get vaccinated.
Yes. If you are 65+ and pre-registered during the first two weeks of the pilot program, you will remain on the list and be eligible to be randomly selected for a vaccine appointment in the future. The list will not be used for appointments outside of the state’s community vaccination sites at this time.
If you only have a landline, you will be contacted by a landline. Phone calls will arrive from 954-716-7771.
This is not a scam. This is a valid notification that you’ve been randomly selected to make an appointment.
If you received your first dose of the COVID-19 vaccine prior to February 4 at one of the Primary Bio locations, you will receive communications from Primary Bio regarding your second dose appointment.
If you received your first dose of the COVID-19 after February 4, you will receive communications from Vault Health. All future notifications about vaccine pre-registration – including notifications that you’ve been selected or not selected, appointment confirmations, and subsequent appointment reminders – will be coming from Vault Health.
Yes. You will make appointments for both your first and second dose at the same time.
Rescheduling is not available at this time.
No, you cannot transfer your appointment to someone else. If you are selected and can’t use your appointment, someone else will be randomly selected for that spot.
No, you will remain on the community vaccination pre-registration list.
You are encouraged to schedule your second dose at the same location as your first dose.
While the Minnesota National Guard will be providing logistical assistance at some locations, they are not a security presence. The Minnesota National Guard has been providing support to COVID-19 operations for months by providing staffing support and COVID-19 testing in long-term care facilities, and partnering on many of our COVID-19 community testing sites.
Yes, there will be security on site to provide for the safety of Minnesotans who have appointments to receive their vaccine.
No. There will be no open registration period this week, but there will be opportunities to register in the future. Minnesotans who have pre-registered will be able to receive appointments at the state-run community vaccination sites via random selection.
New pre-registrations are not being accepted at this time. Check back soon for future opportunities.
You must have a Minnesota address to pre-register. You do not need to be a U.S. citizen.
Everyone who has pre-registered will be automatically eligible for the chance to be randomly selected for an appointment this week or in the coming weeks. You do not need to do anything to pre-register again. If selected, you will need to follow the instructions to make your appointment.
No, each person can only sign up once. The registration system will not allow for duplicate entries.
You may pre-register more than one eligible person online, but only those who are randomly selected to receive the vaccine will be able to make an appointment.
There is currently a limited number of doses in Minnesota. We are requiring appointments to avoid lines and ensure the health, safety, and security of Minnesotans receiving their vaccines. We must allow space in the community vaccination sites for social distancing and for patients to wait after their shots for required observation periods.
There are many more Minnesotans who want a vaccine than the number of doses we have available. We thank you for your patience.
While there were many considerations at hand, the state chose sites that were large enough to adhere to social distancing, that had space for patients to wait after their shots for required observation periods, and had enough parking.
Yes, there will be opportunities to register in the future. Minnesotans who are registered will be able to make appointments at the state-run community vaccination sites via a random selection process.
New registration opportunities will be available in the future. Visit the COVID-19 Community Vaccination Program page to stay up to date.
You must have a Minnesota address to register. You do not need to be a U.S. citizen.
No. Everyone who is registered will continue to have a chance to be randomly selected for an appointment in the future. You do not need to do anything to register again. If selected, you will need to follow the instructions to make your appointment.
No, each person may only sign up once.
You may register more than one eligible person online, but only those who are randomly selected to receive the vaccine will be able to make an appointment.