All scheduled immunization clinics are cancelled until further notice to allow for appropriate social distancing during COVID-19 outbreak.
Low cost vaccines are available through the Minnesota Vaccines for Children (MnVFC) and Un-and Underinsured Adult Vaccine (UUAV) Programs. Only people who meet eligibility guidelines can receive vaccines through Washington County Public Health. There is a $12 administration fee for each immunization, but no one who qualifies will be turned away if they are unable to pay the cost.
Anyone with private insurance and adults on a Minnesota Health Care Program covering vaccines must receive immunizations from their doctor.
Children (18 years of age and younger) who do not have health insurance
Children on a Minnesota Health Care Program - MA, MinnesotaCare, or PMAP
Children who are American Indian or Alaskan Native
Children who have health insurance that does not cover vaccines
Adults (19 and older) who do not have health insurance or their insurance does not cover certain vaccines
If you have questions about the reduced fee immunization eligibility or need assistance due to disability or language barrier, please call 651-430-6655 (TTY 651-430-6246). Immunization services given at public clinics should not be substituted for your child's usual well-child visit with his or her physician. All minors younger than age 18 years must be accompanied by their parent or legal guardian.