COVID-19 Vaccine Information

Sign up for the Vaccine Connector



All Minnesotans who have not yet been vaccinated should sign up for the Minnesota COVID-19 Vaccine Connector. Fill out the form to get updates on vaccination opportunities in your area and be entered into the random selection process for the state’s Community Vaccination Program sites.

The State of Minnesota is opening its eighth state-run, permanent vaccination site in Oakdale. To get an appointment at a one of the state’s Community Vaccination Program sites, including Oakdale, you must sign up for the Vaccine Connector




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.
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Effective Tuesday, March 30, all Minnesotans 16 years of age and older will be eligible for COVID-19 vaccination. 

Minnesota has directed providers to prioritize appointments for people most at risk of getting COVID-19, or those who could develop severe illness if infected. Washington County will follow this guidance and continue to prioritize people in the groups that carry the highest risk. 

A limited number of appointments may be available for all residents 18 years of age or older. Click here to view appointment availability.

Who can get their vaccine now?



Simple timeline of who's getting vaccinated

Click here to see a detailed timeline (PNG)

Need assistance?


If you are not able to sign up online or need a translator, call 651-430-6655. (Monday-Friday, 8 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.) 


More vaccine opportunities


  • COVID-19 Vaccine Connector: Sign up to stay updated on local vaccine opportunities. Vaccine Connector users may also be randomly selected to make an appointment at one of the state’s COVID-19 Community Vaccination Program sites, including the new community vaccination site in Oakdale. 
  • Vaccine Locator Map: Find and connect with local vaccine providers, such as hospitals, clinics, and pharmacies. 
  • Contact your primary health care provider or local pharmacy. 
  • Your employer may also reach out with information about vaccination opportunities.