Itasca County Public Health Vaccination Clinic is canceled

Itasca County Public Health Vaccination Clinic is canceled Photo: WDIO-TV file

Updated: February 19, 2021 06:54 PM
Created: February 17, 2021 12:42 PM

UPDATE:  Due to inclement weather across the United States, the shipment of vaccine for this clinic has been delayed.  The Itasca County Public Health Vaccination Clinic scheduled for Monday, February 22 has been canceled. There is no word on when a new shipment of vaccine will arrive, so at this time, this clinic has not been rescheduled.

You will be required to reschedule your appointment once a date is determined.

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Itasca County health officials will be holding a vaccination clinic on Monday, February 22 from 11:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.  The clinic will be held at the Murphy School in Grand Rapids. All participants must be registered to enter, as no walk-ins will be taken.

All appointments slots for this clinic have been filled.

According to organizers, Google Chrome is the browser that works best, and desktops work much better than phones in navigating the online system. Click on the link to register: 

You must be and least 65 years old to register. As of Wednesday, there were still some slots available. Health official ask that you read the "Emergency Use Authorization" Form from the CDC on the Moderna Vaccine.  You will be asked to consent to receive the vaccine during your online registration.

The online registration form with ask for information when you register:

  • Demographics
  • Insurance Information
  • Health History
  • Symptoms

Once registered, you will receive an email confirmation of your scheduled appointment.  

If you do not have access to technology to register, ElderCircle will be available to answer your questions and assist if needed. Call ElderCircle at 218-999-9233, click 0 (zero).  ElderCircle is open Monday-Thursday 8am-4:30pm and Friday 8am-3pm.  If someone does not answer, please leave a message as we may be helping someone else.  You may receive a call from an unknown number as some staff are working remotely.  

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