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Immunizations are important now more than ever. Slowing or stopping immunizations or vaccines increases our risk of other disease outbreaks. Saint Paul Public Schools continues to address and promote immunizations during the pandemic. Please reach out to your clinic or utilize the following local resources:

 
Student Placement Center - 2102 University Avenue West, Saint Paul, MN 55114
Immunizations including flu shots are given by appointment (preferred) or walk-in on Mondays and Wednesdays from 8am-6pm starting November 30th. These are open to students in grades K-12 who are uninsured or have state covered insurance. Please call (651) 632-3763 to schedule an appointment. Reach out to your school nurse if you are unsure if your child needs vaccines.
 
Mobile Immunization Clinic at Washington Tech - 1495 Rice Street North, Saint Paul, MN 55117
Saint Paul Public Schools has partnered with Children's Minnesota to offer immunizations to prek-12 grade students on Thursdays from 3:30-5:30 (weather permitting). Appointments encouraged. See attached flyer. (no clinic on Thursday 11/26 due to Thanksgiving)
 
Health Start School Based Clinics Remain Open
The Washington Tech Health Start Clinic provides immunizations and flu shots by appointment or walk-in for students from PreK through 12th grade on Mondays from 8-4pm. Call 651-487-8531 to make an appointment. Most SPPS high school Health Start Clinics are open. Most Health Start Clinics serve students ages 12-18, and services include urgent in-person mental health care, medication management for depression and anxiety, sexual health concerns, check-ups and vaccines, non-respiratory illness, injuries and asthma follow-up. They can also provide winter sports physicals. A student does not need to attend the school that the clinic is located in. Call 651-412-8445 to make an appointment at any location.