COVID-19 Vaccine Resources for Students

  • All Minnesota residents age 12 and older are now eligible to receive a COVID-19 vaccine. The CDC recommends that everyone who can get vaccinated should do so at the first opportunity available to them. 

    There is no cost for the vaccine. You do not need to provide a government-issued ID or medical insurance to be vaccinated, and no question on immigration status is ever asked.

    If you have questions about the COVID-19 vaccine, or other vaccines your child may need, talk to your child’s health provider.

Weekly Vaccine Clinics

Gordon Parks High School 1212 University Ave W Fridays, 9 a.m.-5 p.m. Walk in or call 651-793-2234

Vaccine Resources

  • There are a number of ways that parents can get their children vaccinated. Some locations require appointments, but many places are now accepting walk-ins. 

    12-17 year olds: At this time, the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine is the only vaccine authorized for use by people age 12-17. Children age 12-15 must be accompanied by a parent or guardian when receiving a vaccine. 16 and 17 year olds must receive permission from a parent or guardian, either in person or online when scheduling an appointment.

    18+: Adults 18 and over have three vaccine options. The Pfizer and Moderna vaccines, which require two doses administered 3-4 weeks apart, and the Johnson & Johnson, which is one dose. Parents who are not vaccinated yet are highly encouraged to get vaccinated at the same time as their children.

    To find a vaccine:


  • Call the Minnesota Department of Health COVID-19 Public Hotline at 833-431-2053 or Ramsey County Public Health at 651-266-1190 for language assistance, questions, and to find an appointment near you.

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