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Free Covid-19 Vaccine, Registration Required

** All appointment times are currently booked. Please complete this form to be added to the waitlist, you will be notified of any time slots become available. **

YWCA St. Paul is holding a free COVID-19 vaccination event at our Health & Fitness Center (HFC) on April 28 and May 26, in collaboration with United Family Medicine. Clinicians from United Family Medicine will be administering the Moderna (2 dose) vaccine – on April 28 between 5:00 – 7:00 pm (first dose) and on May 26 between 5:00 – 7:00 pm (second dose). Please make sure you are available for both dates before signing up. All must be 18+ years or older for this vaccine.

Event Details

  • Vaccine Dates: April 28 and May 26
  • Time: 5:00 – 7:00 pm (10 people every 15 minutes) – 80 appointments
  • Type of vaccine: Moderna (2 dose)
  • Location:
    • YWCA St Paul (HFC) – Enter the main Health and Fitness Center door
    • 375 Selby Ave
    • Saint Paul, Minnesota  55102
  • No cost/insurance needed
  • Parking: Health and Fitness Center lot or street parking is available

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