COVID-19 Vaccinations

Receive a bivalent booster from McLeod County Public Health
CDC now recommends that:

  • Most unvaccinated people should receive a single dose of a COVID-19 bivalent vaccine, rather than multiple doses of the original monovalent mRNA vaccines.
  • For people previously vaccinated with a monovalent COVID-19 vaccine, who have not yet received a dose of a bivalent vaccine, a single dose of a bivalent vaccine is recommended.  
  • People 65 years of age and older who have received a single dose of a bivalent vaccine may receive one additional dose at least four months following their initial bivalent dose.
  • People who are immunocompromised should speak to their health care provider about additional vaccine doses.

McLeod County continues to offer the Moderna vaccine (12 years +). To learn more about vaccination and booster doses, including types and eligibility, visit the Minnesota Department of Health COVID-19 vaccine website.

Upcoming Moderna vaccine clinics:

Register for an appointment using the link below. Appointments preferred. Limited Walk-ins are accepted. You can also register for a vaccine appointment by calling 320-864-3185.

Where: McLeod County Government Center 520 Chandler Avenue N, Glencoe
What: Moderna bivalent booster (12 yrs +)

Must be 12 or older

  • You will receive an email confirmation when you've scheduled your dose which will NOT come from public health; they will come directly from Vaccination Clinics: Please check your junk/spam folders if you do not receive the email.
  • If you are looking for a pediatric COVID-19 vaccine for a child aged 6 months -11 years, please call your healthcare provider for an appointment.  We are not offering COVID-19 vaccine for this age group.

COVID-19 third doses and boosters

Use CDC’s COVID-19 Booster Tool to learn if and when your child or teen can get boosters to stay up to date with their COVID-19 vaccines.

Check the CDC's recommended vaccine schedules

"Mixing and matching" COVID-19 vaccine boosters
  • All adults 18 and older: You can choose your COVID-19 booster, regardless of what vaccine you originally received.
  • 5-17 year olds who got the Pfizer vaccine should get a Pfizer booster shot.

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