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Appointments available for Wadena County vaccine clinic on March 25

People in the expanded priority groups can register online. Registration required.

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COVID-19 vaccine appointment times are available from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m., Thursday, March 25, at the Wadena Maslowski Research and Wellness Center in Wadena.

Scheduled appointments have resulted in minimal wait times. There is a 15-minute observation period following a vaccination.

The Moderna and Pfizer vaccines are both two-dose series, spaced about three to four weeks apart.

The eligible groups for these appointments include:

First priority


  • Health care workers, child care and E-12 school staff, and persons age 65+.
  • Essential workers including agriculture, food related services, manufacturing, judicial/corrections, postal and public transit.
  • People age 45+ with one or more underlying health conditions
  • People age 18-44 with two or more underlying health conditions
  • People age 50+ living in multigenerational housing with 2 or more generations such as a grandparent caring for a grandchild (does not include a parent caring for a child or a teen)

Second priority

  • Persons age 18-44 with any underlying health conditions
  • Persons age 50-64 regardless of current health status

If you are in the second priority group, call Wadena County Public Health at 218-631-7629 to be added to the list to be scheduled as vaccine supply allows.
Registration is required. Public Health notes users should use Google Chrome to register. To schedule your appointment for Thursday, March 25 use this link: prepmod.health.state.mn.us/reg/0815762290 for Moderna. Tri-County Health Care's allotments are the Pfizer vaccine, sign up for an appointment with this link: prepmod.health.state.mn.us//reg/5981600622 .

Health officials would like to remind everyone that it is unwise to wait for a specific vaccine to be offered, such as Johnson & Johnson, according to a Tri-County news release. Vaccination sites do not get to select which vaccine they receive and all vaccines offered are proven to be effective against COVID-19.

If you have questions or need help registering or to get on the priority list, please call Public Health at 218-631-7629 or 1-888-883-0351.

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