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Hennepin County partners with over 29 organizations on vaccine events
Hennepin County is partnering with community organizations to administer COVID-19 vaccinations. Since March, the county has partnered with over 29 organizations to host more than 17 community vaccination events, administering thousands of doses of the vaccine.
Hennepin County is committed to meeting the needs of community organizations and the populations they serve. Vaccination partnerships are flexible and Hennepin County will work with the community organization to determine the best approach.
For example, community organizations can provide space/location and outreach and Hennepin County will conduct the clinic. Hennepin County staff can also help community organizations get vaccinations at one of its existing semi-permanent vaccine clinics or it can redistribute vaccines to Minnesota Department of Health registered community organizations so they can conduct their own vaccine clinics.
Request a community vaccine event
Organizations can request a community vaccination event by filling out this online survey.
For questions or to learn more about Hennepin County’s community vaccination partnerships email [email protected]
Other opportunities to get the vaccine
Hennepin County is also offering immediate vaccine appointments and walk-ins at its semi-permanent vaccine clinics at the Earle Brown Heritage Center and Robbinsdale Middle School. Register for a vaccine appointment at one of these sites at hennepin.us/vaccineregistration.
The vaccine is free and you do not need health insurance. You will not be asked about your legal status.
If you have questions about the COVID-19 vaccine or need help registering for a vaccine appointment, call 612-348-8900. Help is available in English, Spanish, Somali, and Hmong.
More information about Hennepin County’s COVID-19 response is available at hennepin.us/covid-19.
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