Cass County Public Health COVID-19 Vaccine Clinics

COVID-19 Vaccines
It is important to stay up to date with your vaccines.
Check these recommendations to see if you are up to date with your COVID-19 vaccines.

COVID-19 vaccines are available for free at the Cass County Health, Human and Veterans Service building in Walker every Wednesday from 9:00am - 11:00am.  *Register using the links below* 
For additional information and registration by phone call 218-547-6847 or 218-547-6839. Find additional vaccination locations here.

COVID-19 Testing
Find COVID-19 testing information here.

KN-95 Masks
Available to the public at HHVS.
Find more information about CDC mask recommendations here.

COVID-19 Case Information
MDH Situation Updates.
CDC COVID-19 Community Levels.

Other Available Vaccines
Influenza Vaccines available to everyone ages 6mo & older.
To learn more about getting your influenza vaccine and COVID-19 vaccines on the same day, refer to CDC recommendations.
Routine childhood* and select adult vaccines* available at Cass County Public Health's Monthly Immunization Clinic on the 4th Tuesday every month. 
*Immunizations available free for children who are on MA/MNCare or for $5.00 per vaccine for children who are uninsured or underinsured.  Select vaccines may be available for $5.00 per vaccine for uninsured or underinsured adults. Please call 218-547-1340 for availability and appointment.

Immunization Records

You can access you or your child(ren)'s immunization record using the Free Docket mobile app.

Per CDC, an mRNA COVID-19 vaccine series is preferred over Janssen COVID-19 Vaccine for primary vaccination.
Frequently Asked questions about COVID-19 Vaccination for additional information.

See CDC guidance for recommendations on who should receive a booster dose and to determine your eligibility 
Per CDC, an mRNA COVID-19 vaccine for a booster dose is preferred even for those who received Janssen COVID-19 Vaccine for their single dose primary series. 
See Frequently Asked questions about COVID-19 Vaccination for additional information.

ADDITIONAL DOSES for Immunocompromised
Individuals with moderately or severely immunocompromising conditions should consult with their clinical team prior to scheduling their primary series or booster dose.
For information on qualifying conditions see CDC website.
If your clinical team determines you qualify and recommends you receive your primary series with a third dose of the COVID-19 vaccine, you can then contact us to schedule your appointment based on those recommendations.

Pfizer (Comirnaty)
Primary Series for ages 5+. 
Booster doses for ages 5+. 

Moderna (Spikevax)
Primary Series for ages 18+. 
Booster doses for ages 18+.

Johnson & Johnson (Janssen)
Primary Series for ages 18+. 
Booster doses for ages 18+

If you have concerns about transportation, please contact us at 218-547-6847.

**Every Wednesday**
9am - 11:00am

Cass County Health, Human
and Veterans Services

400 Michigan Ave W, Walker
Register for this event HERE

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Free Vaccines Available
Pfizer Vaccine (5-11 years) - FDA fact sheet
Pfizer Vaccine (12+) - FDA fact sheet
Moderna Vaccine (18+) - FDA fact sheet 

Johnson & Johnson Vaccine (18+) - FDA fact sheet

If you are unable to make your appointment, we ask that you cancel ahead of time. Bring your COVID-19 vaccine card or other proof of vaccination to your appointment with you.
If you are currently in isolation for current COVID-19 illness or quarantine for recent COVID-19 exposure, postpone your vaccination until after isolation/quarantine is complete.  If you begin to show any symptoms, you will need to reschedule your appointment and should isolate and get tested.  Contact your health care professional to discuss your eligibility before registering if you are immune compromised, have questions about your health status and COVID-19 vaccination, or have a history of previous allergic reaction to COVID-19, myocarditis or pericarditis or Multisystem Inflammatory Syndrome with COVID-19.  A minimum 15-minute wait period is required following vaccination.  COVID-19 precautions of face masks and social distancing of 6 feet at clinic are required.