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COVID-19 booster mix and match vaccination available at Cuyuna Regional Medical Center in Crosby

Boosters are available for those meeting specific criteria

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The Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine for initial COVID-19 vaccinations and boosters are now being offered by appointment at Cuyuna Regional Medical Center’s Crosby Clinic on Monday through Friday afternoons.

Those who received the Pfizer-BioNTech or Moderna vaccine are eligible for any COVID-19 booster six months after their second shot if they are ages 65 and older, ages 50-64 with underlying medical conditions, or ages 18 and older who live in long-term care settings.

Those who received Johnson & Johnson’s Janssen vaccine are eligible for any COVID-19 booster at least two months after their shot if they are 18 or older.

CRMC is only offering the Pfizer vaccine. Individuals may search other locations for their preferred vaccine at vaccines.gov.

At the first vaccination appointment, individuals should have received a CDC COVID-19 Vaccination Record Card that reports what COVID-19 vaccine was received, the date and where it was received. Bring this vaccination card to the booster shot vaccination appointment.

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Appointments may be scheduled by calling 218-545-4560. A limited number of appointments are being offered each afternoon.

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