McLeod County Public Health is not offering COVID-19 vaccines at this time. Please continue to watch our website for updates.
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.
To learn more about vaccination and booster doses, including types and eligibility, visit the Minnesota Department of Health COVID-19 vaccine website.
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.