COVID-19 Vaccination

All eligible residents age 12 and over are encouraged to get vaccinated as soon as possible. The vaccine is free, and getting vaccinated is the best way to protect yourself, your family, and your community from COVID-19. 

Anoka County Pfizer Vaccine Appointments

Click here to find other COVID-19 vaccination opportunities near you

For information about getting vaccinated at home, please call 763-324-4200.

To make an appointment for your second dose of COVID-19 vaccine, even if it's from a different provider than your first dose, please see the following pharmacies that provide vaccination services in the area:

Walgreens.com

Or call 1-800-WALGREENS

 

Cub Pharmacy

Or call a convenient location such as

Coon Rapids Cub: 763-754-9036

Blaine North Cub: 763-767-4329

Fridley Cub: 763-586-9150

 

Goodrich Pharmacy

Or call a convenient location such as

Anoka Goodrich: 763-421-5540

Andover Goodrich: 763-434-1901

Saint Francis Goodrich: 763-753-0222


For more information, call the Anoka County Public Health phone line at 763-324-4240.

Current Status of Vaccine in Anoka County

Anoka County Public Health is vaccinating all eligible residents age 12 and over. The vaccine is free, identification (ID) is not necessary, and walk-ins are welcome at each event. Current vaccination opportunities can be found by clicking the links above.

Click here to find COVID-19 vaccination opportunities near you.

The Minnesota COVID-19 Community Vaccination Program is open to all Minnesotans age 12 and over. Walk-ins are welcome at the community vaccination sites in Bloomington (Mall of America), Saint Paul (Roy Wilkins Auditorium), Lino Lakes - former YMCA site, and Oakdale.

Minnesota COVID-19 Community Vaccination Program

  1. Who is currently eligible for the vaccine?
  2. Concerns and Questions about the Vaccine

Who is currently eligible for the vaccine?

Individuals age 12 and over are eligible for the COVID-19 vaccine.  Anoka County is working to ensure that all eligible residents have access to a vaccine.

For information about the benefits of getting vaccinated and other facts, see the CDC's Benefits of Getting a COVID-19 Vaccine website.

See the timeline describing the vaccine rollout and who is eligible for the COVID-19 vaccine in Minnesota: Who’s Getting Vaccinated?

COVID-19 Vaccine Cultural Community Interest Form 

Anoka County Public Health is committed to partnering with local organizations, cultural communities, and businesses to offer the COVID-19 vaccine to those who are eligible. If you would like to share information about a cultural community that you belong to (such as a community of faith, immigrant/refugee community, diverse racial/ethnic group, disability, or LGBTQ+ community) please fill out the COVID-19 Vaccine Cultural Community Interest Form. Note that this form is intended for leaders to complete on behalf of a community. 

COVID-19 Vaccine Cultural Community Interest Form