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Crow Wing County offers COVID-19 vaccine to age 65 and older

The vaccination clinics are for Crow Wing County residents age 65 and older.

FILE PHOTO: Moderna's coronavirus disease (COVID-19) vaccine at the Bathgate Post Office vaccination facility in the Bronx, New ork
Nurse Ellen Quinones prepares a dose of the Moderna's coronavirus disease (COVID-19) vaccine at the Bathgate Post Office vaccination facility in the Bronx in New York on Jan. 10. (Kevin Hagen/Pool via REUTERS/File Photo)

COVID-19 vaccine doses are available for Crow Wing County residents ages 65 and older on Wednesday, March 3, and Thursday.

The Moderna vaccine will be offered, which requires a second dose in about four to six weeks following the first dose.

Vaccination will occur at the Crow Wing County Community Services Building, 204 Laurel St., Brainerd. Appointments are required. Arrive no more than 10 minutes before the appointment time to adhere to social distancing requirements.

Appointment times are between 8:30 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. Wednesday and 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. Thursday. Registration is via the county website at crowwing.us or call 218-824-1289.

COVID-19 vaccine pre-registration is also available for county homebound residents age 65 and older. The opportunity to receive the COVID-19 vaccine at home is for residents who are unable to travel to primary care providers or have difficulty in getting to a medical provider.


To register for vaccination at home, visit bit.ly/3bUAtDi or call 218-824-1289. Be prepared to provide name, date of birth, address, phone number and email address if possible.

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