Metropolitan State University is hosting a free COVID-19 vaccination clinic staffed by the Minnesota Department of Health. Vaccines are available to the Metropolitan State community and the general public.
The Pfizer vaccine, currently approved for everyone ages 12 and up, will be given at the clinic. Two doses of the vaccine are required for full vaccination.
Make an appointment online by selecting “Find Next Avaible Visit” to see available times. Walk-ins are welcome, but registration helps ensure adequate quantities of vaccine are on hand.
To make a reservation:
- You will need to confirm you first name, last name, and home address
- You do not need to show an ID
- You do not need medical insurance
Park in the Metropolitan State parking ramp. Free parking vouchers will be provided after you receive your vaccination.
People who are not vaccinated are strongly encouraged to wear a face covering in accordance with CDC and Minnesota Department of Health recommendations.
Getting a COVID-19 vaccination will help keep you from getting COVID-19, allowing you to interact in public spaces more safely and protect those around you. Vaccines are safe and effective. Learn more about COVID-19 vaccines from the Centers for Disease Control or Minnesota Department of Health.
For more information on Metropolitan State's vaccination clinic, contact Health and Wellness Coordinator Rachael Mills.