COVID-19 Vaccine Information

Free Washington County Vaccine Clinics 


Washington County Public Health & Environment offers free COVID-19 vaccine clinics at locations across the county. If you are not able to sign up online or need a translator, call 651-430-6655 Monday-Friday between 8 a.m. and 4:30 p.m.

Free transportation is available to Washington County residents. If you need a ride to a vaccine appointment, call 651-430-6655. 


June 27: Free Vaccine Clinic at Newport Farmers Market


Walk-ins welcome! No appointment needed.
  • No insurance or identification is needed
  • Johnson & Johnson one-dose vaccine
  • Ages 18 years and older
  • View the Flyer (English) | View the Flyer (Spanish)

More ways to find a vaccine

  • COVID-19 Vaccine Connector: Make an appointment at one of the state’s community vaccination sites, including Oakdale, Lino Lakes, Bloomington, and St. Paul. Walk-ins are also accepted. If you have questions about the form or need language assistance, please call the Minnesota Department of Health COVID-19 Public Hotline at 1-833-431-2053.
  • Vaccine Locator Map: Many hospitals, clinics, and pharmacies are offering the Pfizer vaccine. Find and connect with local vaccine providers.
  • VaccineFinder.org and VaccineSpotter.org/MN: Search for Pfizer vaccine appointments by zip code. 
  • Your employer may also reach out with information about vaccination opportunities.
  • Watch for local events at schools, churches, and other organizations in your area throughout the summer. 

Your Shot to Summer! Summer Vaccine Rewards


The State of Minnesota has launched a summer vaccine reward program. The first 100,000 Minnesotans, aged 12 and older, who get their first COVID-19 vaccine May 27-June 30, will be eligible for a special reward. The rewards request form will open June 1, 2021. Learn more about the Summer Vaccine Rewards program

Vaccine Data



  1. Vaccine Safety
  2. Vaccine Efficacy
  3. Resources in Other Languages
COVID-19 vaccines are safe and they work! The relatively quick development of this vaccine does not mean safety measures were skipped. There are several reasons why the COVID-19 vaccines were developed faster than other vaccines.

  • The type of vaccine developed for COVID-19 has been years in development for other infectious viruses.
  • Stages of the testing process happened at the same time, instead of one after another.
  • Governments gave money to vaccine developers in advance, so the companies had resources they needed.

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