COVID-19 Vaccinations

Receive a bivalent booster from McLeod County Public Health
The CDC approved updated COVID-19 boosters to help restore protection that has waned since previous vaccination. Updated bivalent boosters target variants that are most transmissible and immune-evading.
Pfizer and Moderna bivalent boosters can be administered regardless of what type of primary series or booster you have gotten in the past. The main considerations are as follows:

  • People 12 and older can receive the Pfizer bivalent booster.
  • People 18 and older can receive the Moderna bivalent booster.
  • Timing must be 2 months after your primary series or most recent monovalent booster.

McLeod County Public Health is ready to administer your COVID Moderna or Pfizer Bivalent booster vaccination. 

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

Upcoming Moderna & Pfizer vaccine clinics:

Masks are required for all people attending the vaccination 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

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.

Pfizer Vaccine
Everyone 5 and older should get a booster shot at least 5 months after second dose.
  Moderna Vaccine
Everyone 18 and older should get a booster shot at least 5 months after second dose. Only first and second doses are currently recommended for ages 12-17.
  Johnson & Johnson Vaccine
Everyone 18 and older should get a Pfizer or Moderna booster at least  2 months after initial shot.

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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