Visit the City's vaccine website to find answers to your questions about the vaccines and their safety, how to get a vaccination appointment and how to prepare for your vaccine appointment.
To quickly find a vaccination site near you, text your zip code to "GETVAX" (438829) - or "VACUNA" (822862) for Spanish. You will receive a text with three vaccination locations near you.
Guidance for immunocompromised individuals
Additional COVID-19 Vaccines for moderately to severely immunocompromised people
The CDC now recommends that people with certain immunocompromising conditions that received the mRNA vaccine get an additional dose of Pfizer or Moderna vaccine. Those who qualify should get the same vaccine product (either Moderna or Pfizer for now), and the third dose should be given at least 28 days after your second dose of vaccine. There is currently not enough data to recommend that people who received the Johnson & Johnson vaccine should receive an additional dose at this time.
Even after receiving an additional dose, those with a weak immune system should continue to follow guidance to protect themselves from COVID-19, such as wearing a mask, staying 6 feet from people you do not live with, and avoiding crowds or poorly ventilated indoor spaces.
Your health care provider is likely the best place to get vaccinated, or you can go to any COVID-19 vaccine provider.
Find Vaccine Locations – Minnesota Dept. Of Health
About COVID-19 Vaccine - Minnesota Dept. of Health (state.mn.us)
COVID-19 Vaccines for Moderately to Severely Immunocompromised People | CDC
Coronavirus (COVID-19) Update: FDA Authorizes Additional Vaccine Dose for Certain Immunocompromised Individuals | FDA
There are currently no recommendations for people without an immunocompromising condition who have already been fully vaccinated to receive:
- Another dose (often called a booster dose) of any brand of COVID-19 vaccine
- A dose of another type of COVID-19 vaccine.
Medical researchers continue to gather data on how long protection from COVID-19 vaccines lasts and whether any additional doses of vaccine may be needed for people who are already fully vaccinated.
Learn more about booster shots from the Minnesota Department of Health.