Scott County Public Health provides services to promote healthier living for county residents. Public Health staff includes licensed registered nurses and health educators who provide assessment, teaching, support, and referrals to residents of Scott County.
If you are seeking information about COVID-19, please check the informational menus below or contact us:
- Scott County COVID-19 Hotline: 952-818-3730 (Mon-Fri 8:00am-8:00pm, in English and Spanish)
- Email: email@example.com
- Get Email & Text Notifications about Upcoming Clinics: Sign up for Scott County Notify Me and select "Scott County Public Health" from topics list.
*Note: Some clinics are designed for community partners and/or specific target groups, so we may not put out a notification for every clinic posted.
- Vaccine Eligibility
- Upcoming Clinics
- Frequently Asked Questions
- What to Do if You Feel Sick
Who can get a vaccine in Scott County right now?
Updated: 6/03/21 at 10:30am
All Minnesotans ages 12 and older are eligible to receive a COVID-19 vaccine. Scott County Public Health is eager to help all Scott County residents access the vaccine. To ensure the process is fair, equitable, and compliant with state guidelines, we have the following protocols in place:
We are vaccinating individuals 12 and older. Scott County is administering the Moderna vaccine in most clinics. We are also working with Scott County school districts to offer families limited opportunities for the Pfizer vaccine, which is now approved for ages 12 and older. Please read the clinic's information carefully before registering to make sure you will receive the vaccine you prefer.
Scott County Public Health is prioritizing Scott County residents. We may post signup links on our Public Health website that are exclusive to Scott County residents or community partners. We encourage visitors to carefully examine sources and check our Public Health website before signing up on any link.
All Upcoming Clinics (First & Second Doses)
Jordan Community Education & Recreation Center
Prior Lake Library
Prior Lake Library (Second Dose Clinic)
Other Free Vaccination Options
- MN Vaccine Connector Clinics: Make appointments at the Mall of America and other sites sponsored by the State of Minnesota. Walk-up options also available.
- MN Find a Vaccine Search Tool: Enter your zip code to find a local provider. You may need to call to find out which vaccine is being administered by the provider.
- Dakota County Public Health: Administering both Pfizer and Moderna at this time. Check the clinic link's information to confirm which vaccine is being administered.
- Hy-Vee Pharmacies: Enter your zip code to see if appointments or walk-up opportunities are available at your local Hy-Vee.
- Walgreens Pharmacies: A Walgreens account may be required.
If you feel sick, please do not attend a vaccination clinic. Instead, please follow these guidelines.
Scott County Resources
- For the latest information on Scott County operations, visit Scott County’s COVID-19 Response page.
- For resources for economic recovery and other support, visit Scott County’s COVID-19 Community Resources page.
Public Information Sources about COVID-19
- Governor Walz’s Official COVID-19 in Minnesota site. Provides latest data on ventilators, ICU beds, PPE and testing.
- Minnesota Department of Health (MDH) Situation Update - Statewide Case data updated daily at 11:00AM by MDH.
- Center for Disease Control (CDC) - Situation Summary
Scott County Community Health Resource Guide
Scott County Public Health created a Community Health Resource Guide with information on providers who accept Medical Assistance and offer sliding fees for those who are uninsured or under-insured.