COVID-19 Vaccine Information

Please note: COVID-19 vaccine appointments are available at this time.


We are now offering third doses of the of Pfizer and Moderna COVID-19 vaccines to immunocompromised patients who previously received these vaccines. If you already received the single dose Johnson & Johnson vaccine, no further action is needed at this time. Qualified patients can schedule their third dose vaccine appointments via MyChart or you can walk in to one of our retail pharmacies to receive the vaccine – no appointment needed. If you are an existing patient who is immunocompromised, you will also receive an invitation to schedule your vaccine appointment via MyChart message or mail.


We are not yet providing third shots of COVID-19 vaccine to patients who are not immunocompromised. Please check back in the coming days for more information on when these may become available.


M Health Fairview is currently giving COVID-19 vaccines to all individuals ages 12 and older. To make an appointment for individuals ages 12-17, please call 612-336-2690. For more information on what to expect at your vaccine appointment, please read the FAQs below. 

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COVID-19 Vaccine Consent Form

All patients will need to provide a completed consent form to receive their vaccine. If you are 12-17 years old, you will need to provide a consent form (links below) that is signed by your parent or guardian at your appointment. If a parent will come with you to your appointment, you can complete the form at that time. If you are age 18 or older, you can do this at your appointment or fill it out ahead of time and bring it to your appointment. Find the consent form below, or it is also available in the following languages: Arabic, Amharic, Chinese, Hmong, Karen, Oromo, Russian, Somali, Spanish, and Vietnamese.

View Consent Form

COVID-19 Vaccine Equity Efforts

The COVID-19 pandemic is exposing persistent health inequities for communities of color and Indigenous communities and is exacerbating Minnesota’s racial disparities. Learn more about our efforts to make vaccinations accessible, affordable, and available within a trusted space with appropriate language and cultural considerations.

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COVID-19 Vaccine FAQs