Vaccination Information

April 23 - On-campus COVID-19 vaccination event
Minot State University and First District Health Unit will host a COVID-19 vaccination event in the Conference Center, 3rd floor of the Student Center, on April 23 from 9 a.m. to 12:15 p.m. for people needing their first dose of vaccine. This event is for students, employees, and their family members 18 years and older (16 and 17 year-olds must be accompanied by a guardian). We will be using the Pfizer vaccine. There is no need to pre-register for this event; you may walk-in anytime between 9 a.m. and 12:15 p.m. Proof of insurance and an ID will make the registration process easier; however, no person wishing to be vaccinated will be turned-away.

All others who are scheduled to receive their second dose of vaccine, please follow the assigned time given to you at the March 30 event.

Minot State University encourages you to participate in this event. Vaccinations get us one-step closer to a return to normal. From a practical standpoint, being fully vaccinated allows for you NOT to be quarantined if you are identified as a close contact.


 
COVID-19 vaccine available for everyone 16 and older

First District Health Unit now has COVID-19 vaccines available for everyone 16 and older by appointment. A link to the online appointment scheduler and phone numbers for all First District locations can be found on the First District Website. Not every office currently has online appointment scheduling available. To guarantee the appropriate brand of vaccine is given, the online scheduler may NOT be used for appointments for 16-and 17-year-olds, or for scheduling second doses of vaccine. Please call to make those appointments.

 

Flu shots still available

Minot State Student Health and Counseling Services have flu shots available by appointment for MSU students, faculty, and staff. To make an appointment, call 701-858-3371.

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