Walk-ins welcome for vaccines and boosters at Mall of America and MSP Airport

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Community vaccination sites make it easy to get vaccinated and get boosted in the Metro.

Getting vaccinated and boosted is the most important and effective thing you can do to protect yourself and slow the spread of COVID-19. Community vaccination sites hosted by the Minnesota Department of Health continue to make vaccines and boosters available to everyone who needs them. You never have to pay to get a COVID-19 vaccine, and you do not need to show your ID or proof of insurance (but if you do have insurance, please bring it when you get your shot). Keep reading for details abut these convenient locations.


Mall of America vaccine clinic open Wednesday through Saturday.

The community vaccination site at Bloomington's Mall of America can vaccinate anyone 5 and older, with Pfizer vaccine for 5-11 year olds, Pfizer vaccine for people 12 and older, and Pfizer boosters for people 16 and older. Families are encouraged to get vaccinated together – parents can get a booster while their 6-year-old braves their first shot! Appointments are encouraged, but walk-ins are also welcome.

The site at Mall of America is open weekly Wednesday through Friday 1 – 8 p.m., and Saturday 9 a m. – 4 p.m. (closed Dec. 24, Dec. 25, and Jan. 1). For easiest access, park in the East Ramp on level P2-Georgia or level P3-Indiana. ADA guests enter via skyways.

Go to Community Vaccination Program – Mall of America to schedule an appointment for yourself or someone else in your household. On-line sign-up is available in English as well as Hmong, Somali, Spanish, and Vietnamese. Call 855-612-0677 to schedule your appointment over the phone.

Everyone in Minnesota age 5 years or older is eligible, but consent from a parent or guardian is required for people under 18.

  • 5–15 year-olds must be accompanied by a parent or guardian.
  • 16–17 year-olds must be accompanied by a parent or guardian or receive permission beforehand, during the scheduling process.

Vaccine clinics at MSP Airport open daily.

Community vaccination sites at Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport are open 7 a.m. to 3 p.m., seven days a week (closed Dec. 24, Dec. 25, and Jan. 1). Johnson & Johnson single-dose vaccines and booster shots are available for anyone 18 or older, including travelers visiting Minnesota. Walk-ins are also welcome at both locations.

Visit Community Vaccination Program – MSP Airport to make an appointment at one of the airport clinics. On-line sign-up is available in English as well as Hmong, Somali, Spanish, and Vietnamese. Call 855-612-0677 to schedule your appointment over the phone.

Traveling for the holidays? Roll up your sleeve in Terminal 1.

Terminal 1's vaccine clinic is past the security checkpoint, in the airport mall, so only ticketed travelers can get vaccinated here. Closed daily from 12:30 to 1 pm. for lunch break.

Terminal 2 clinic is open to the public, no travel plans required.

The vaccine clinic in Terminal 2 is on the ground level. You do not need to pass through a security checkpoint; the clinic is open to the public.

Minnesotans who get their vaccine or booster at Terminal 2 by December 29 are eligible to win a $200 travel voucher from Sun Country Airlines. Visit COVID-19 Vaccine Rewards – Safe Travels, MN for more information, including official rules.


Other ways to find COVID-19 vaccines:

In addition to Minnesota's community vaccination sites, vaccines are readily available through providers such as pharmacies, medical clinics, and local public health departments. Use these resources to find convenient locations near you:

Community vaccination sites make it easy to get vaccinated and get boosted in the Metro.

Getting vaccinated and boosted is the most important and effective thing you can do to protect yourself and slow the spread of COVID-19. Community vaccination sites hosted by the Minnesota Department of Health continue to make vaccines and boosters available to everyone who needs them. You never have to pay to get a COVID-19 vaccine, and you do not need to show your ID or proof of insurance (but if you do have insurance, please bring it when you get your shot). Keep reading for details abut these convenient locations.


Mall of America vaccine clinic open Wednesday through Saturday.

The community vaccination site at Bloomington's Mall of America can vaccinate anyone 5 and older, with Pfizer vaccine for 5-11 year olds, Pfizer vaccine for people 12 and older, and Pfizer boosters for people 16 and older. Families are encouraged to get vaccinated together – parents can get a booster while their 6-year-old braves their first shot! Appointments are encouraged, but walk-ins are also welcome.

The site at Mall of America is open weekly Wednesday through Friday 1 – 8 p.m., and Saturday 9 a m. – 4 p.m. (closed Dec. 24, Dec. 25, and Jan. 1). For easiest access, park in the East Ramp on level P2-Georgia or level P3-Indiana. ADA guests enter via skyways.

Go to Community Vaccination Program – Mall of America to schedule an appointment for yourself or someone else in your household. On-line sign-up is available in English as well as Hmong, Somali, Spanish, and Vietnamese. Call 855-612-0677 to schedule your appointment over the phone.

Everyone in Minnesota age 5 years or older is eligible, but consent from a parent or guardian is required for people under 18.

  • 5–15 year-olds must be accompanied by a parent or guardian.
  • 16–17 year-olds must be accompanied by a parent or guardian or receive permission beforehand, during the scheduling process.

Vaccine clinics at MSP Airport open daily.

Community vaccination sites at Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport are open 7 a.m. to 3 p.m., seven days a week (closed Dec. 24, Dec. 25, and Jan. 1). Johnson & Johnson single-dose vaccines and booster shots are available for anyone 18 or older, including travelers visiting Minnesota. Walk-ins are also welcome at both locations.

Visit Community Vaccination Program – MSP Airport to make an appointment at one of the airport clinics. On-line sign-up is available in English as well as Hmong, Somali, Spanish, and Vietnamese. Call 855-612-0677 to schedule your appointment over the phone.

Traveling for the holidays? Roll up your sleeve in Terminal 1.

Terminal 1's vaccine clinic is past the security checkpoint, in the airport mall, so only ticketed travelers can get vaccinated here. Closed daily from 12:30 to 1 pm. for lunch break.

Terminal 2 clinic is open to the public, no travel plans required.

The vaccine clinic in Terminal 2 is on the ground level. You do not need to pass through a security checkpoint; the clinic is open to the public.

Minnesotans who get their vaccine or booster at Terminal 2 by December 29 are eligible to win a $200 travel voucher from Sun Country Airlines. Visit COVID-19 Vaccine Rewards – Safe Travels, MN for more information, including official rules.


Other ways to find COVID-19 vaccines:

In addition to Minnesota's community vaccination sites, vaccines are readily available through providers such as pharmacies, medical clinics, and local public health departments. Use these resources to find convenient locations near you:

Page last updated: 16 December 2021, 13:03