Next week, we’re in the northeast corner of the state, visiting Duluth, the Iron Range, and the surrounding communities. I’ll be bringing the committee to our own community in mid-November, and we’ll be covering the entire state by the end of the year.
Pfizer Booster Shots Available for Eligible Minnesotans
According to the latest guidance from the CDC, you’re eligible to get a booster shot if you received the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine at least six months ago and:
- Are 65 years old or older,
- Reside in a long-term care setting,
- Have an underlying health condition categorized as high-risk by the CDC, and/or
- Work in a high-risk setting.
There are plenty of ways to get the booster shot if you’re eligible. Free vaccines are available at pharmacies, health care providers, community clinics, and more. You can use the state’s Vaccine Locator Map to find a provider near you.
Booster shots aren’t yet authorized for people who received the Moderna or Johnson & Johnson vaccine.
Energy Assistance Program
Fall is here, but even though warm weather has stuck around, colder days are right around the corner.