Do I have to live and/or work in Scott County to be eligible to receive the vaccine at one of the Scott County clinics?

Yes, and you must bring an item so we can verify. See below: 

  • Residents 65+ must bring proof or residency. Examples: a state ID with a Scott County address, or a drivers license with a Scott County address.
  • Healthcare workers* who work in Scott County must bring proof of employment. Examples: a work ID or a paystub from your employer located in Scott County

    *Not sure if you’re eligible? Click here to see a list of personnel definitions from the Minnesota Dept. of Health

Vaccine Information from neighboring counties:

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1. When will everyone be able to get a COVID-19 vaccine?
2. Do I have to live and/or work in Scott County to be eligible to receive the vaccine at one of the Scott County clinics?
3. Which COVID-19 vaccine is Scott County Public Health administering?
4. How much does the COVID-19 vaccine cost?
5. How many shots are needed to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19? How do I make another appointment to get another shot?
6. If I previously had COVID-19 and recovered, do I still need to be vaccinated?
7. If I register through the State's process, do I need to register through Scott County too?
8. Will the COVID-19 vaccine be required?
9. Why does the registration system ask for my insurance information?
10. Do I still need to wear a mask and practice social distancing if I have received two doses of the vaccine?
11. Is the COVID-19 vaccine live or inactivated?
12. Will a COVID-19 vaccination prevent me from getting sick with COVID-19?
13. When should I expect the notice for my second dose?
14. How long does it take for the vaccine to be fully effective?
15. Is the vaccine safe?
16. I’ve heard that there is pork and gelatin in the COVID-19 vaccines. Is this true?
17. What if I have a weakened immune system?
18. Will interpreter services be available for non-English speakers?
19. Why isn't Scott County posting more clinics in advance?