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No vaccine clinics or registration for general public at this time, says CHI St. Joseph's Health

Vaccine clinics will be organized only when doses become available, according to a Jan. 27 press release.

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CHI St. Joseph’s Health Community Health/Hubbard County Public Health continues to vaccinate community members on a phased approach, as instructed by the Minnesota Department of Health.

“So far, vaccine clinics have been organized based on the amount of vaccine allocated from the state,” said a Jan. 27 news release. “There continues to be a very limited supply of COVID-19 vaccine in Minnesota, and CHI St. Joseph’s Health Community Health is not taking names for vaccine registration.”

Vaccine clinics will be organized when doses are available for distribution. “At this time, future clinics have not been scheduled,” stated the release. A public announcement will be made when more allocations arrive and clinics begin. Health officials will then provide an online registration link or phone number for those without internet access.

In the meantime, CHI St. Joseph’s Health reminds the public to continue taking precautions – wearing masks, staying home when sick, washing hands and avoiding large gatherings.

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