Vaccine Information

Chisago County Public Health is working diligently on planning and administering the COVID-19 vaccine in a phased approach set forth by the Federal Government and the Minnesota Department of Health (MDH). Currently, Chisago County Officials are not accepting calls from the general public to schedule vaccine appointments at this time. Chisago County Public Health will continue to work through the defined phased priority groups (as defined by MDH) with the vaccine doses that they are allotted until they are able to vaccinate the broader community who were not included in the initial vaccination phases. 

While Minnesota is expanding those eligible for a vaccine, the federal vaccine allocation to the state has not increased substantially to be able to meet local demand. At this time, the Minnesota Department of Health (MDH) has encouraged local public health agencies to continue to focus on those identified in Phase 1a and those included in the Minnesota COVID-19 Community Vaccine Program. If you have questions related to the COVID-19 vaccine allocation process for Chisago County, please Email Vaccine Information for assistance.

Vaccine Phases 1a, Pilot, 1b, 1c, General Population
  1. Who is getting vaccinated in Chisago County?
  2. Make an appointment
  3. Second Dose Recipients
  4. Future Clinics
  5. Resources

Who can get a vaccine right now?

At this time, Chisago County Public Health is only vaccinating the following groups:

  • Pre-k through grade 12 educators;
  • Child care workers; 
  • Minnesotans aged 65 and over living in Chisago County; and 
  • Healthcare workers providing direct healthcare services in Chisago County (and cannot telework).

 Additional vaccine opportunities

  • M-Health Fairview has is now accepting individuals 75 years of age and older to get vaccinated at their facilities. This is available to patients and non-M-Health Fairview patients. More information can be found on the M-Health Fairview Website
  • COVID-19 Community Vaccination Program: Find out about the COVID-19 Community Vaccination Program for people 65 years and older, educators, and child care workers.