Public Health

COVID-19 Vaccine 


Polk County Public Health is encouraging everyone age 5 and older to get vaccinated against COVID-19.

 

If you would like to start your vaccination series or receive a booster, contact your healthcare clinic, local pharmacy, or schedule an appointment with Polk County Public Health below. If you would like to get your child (ages 5-11) vaccinated, contact your healthcare clinic or local pharmacy to schedule an appointment. 


Vaccine Locations FYLER


All individuals 12 years and older are eligible to receive 

a single booster shot. 


  • Pfizer
    • All individuals 12 years and older should get a booster shot 5 months after their second dose. 
  • Moderna
    • All adults 18 years and older should get a booster shot 5 months after their second dose. 
  •  Janssen (Johnson and Johnson): 
    • All adults 18 years and older should get a booster shot with a mRNA vaccine (Moderna or Pfizer) 2 months after their single dose. 

Guidance now allows “mixing and matching” COVID-19 vaccine boosters, meaning individuals can get any of the three currently authorized or approved vaccines (Pfizer, Moderna, or Johnson & Johnson) regardless of what product they received for their initial series.


booster 16 and up


Polk County Public Health 

Vaccine Clinics

 (ages 12 and up)


Moderna, Pfizer and Influenza Clinics (Ages 12 and up) 

*Parental consent required for ages 12-17

05/19/22Crookston 
Polk County Public Health Office
 
1:30pm - 2:00pm
Register
Here

05/19/22East Grand Forks
Human Service Center
4:00pm - 4:30pm
Register
Here

05/26/22Crookston 
Polk County Public Health Office
 
11:00am - 11:30am
Register
Here

05/26/22East Grand Forks
Human Service Center
1:30pm - 2:00pm
Register
Here

06/10/22Crookston 
Polk County Public Health Office
 
11:00am - 11:30am
Register Here
06/10/22East Grand Forks
Human Service Center
2:00pm - 2:30pmRegister Here
06/23/22Crookston 
Polk County Public Health Office
 
1:00pm - 1:30pmRegister Here
06/23/22East Grand Forks
Human Service Center
3:30pm - 4:00pmRegister Here


Local COVID-19 Testing Options photo

Area health care systems continue to conduct COVID-19 testing for individuals who meet their screening criteria. Individuals who have symptoms of COVID-19 should contact their healthcare provider for guidance prior to going to a clinic or office.

COVID-19 Minnesota Department of Health Hotlines

Health questions: (651) 201-3920 or (800) 657-3903
School and Child Care questions: (651) 297-1304 or
(800) 657-3504

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), Minnesota Department of Health (MDH) and Polk County Public Health are monitoring COVID-19 (coronavirus) closely. For the most up to date information, visit the Polk County Coronavirus Response Hub, the Minnesota Department of Health and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention websites.

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Polk County Public Health provides a broad range of services to individuals, families, and communities to promote and protect the health of those who live and work in Polk County. The focus is on promoting healthy families and communities; supporting disabled, mentally ill, and elderly persons to live independently; preventing and responding to emerging diseases and health threats; and identifying and preventing environmental health risks. Our department fosters partnerships with many organizations, businesses, and community groups to address and resolve health issues and concerns.

Polk County Public Health Events CalendarPublic Health Events Calendar April 2022



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Reporting Health Emergencies

  • If you are ill, see your health care provider. To report an emergency, call 911.
  • To report a Public Health emergency call 218-281-0431 or 911. Polk County Sheriff's Office will contact Public Health in the event of a Public Health emergency.
  • If you are a physician wanting to report Reportable Infectious Diseases, please call 651-201-5414 or 877-676-5414.