ST. LOUIS CO., MN-- St. Louis County Public Health is looking for volunteers to help at COVID vaccination clinics as vaccines become more widely available.
Minnesota Board-certified nurses are asked to assist with administering vaccinations and other volunteers to help with registration and traffic control.
For volunteer registration information click here.
"St. Louis County Public Health staff has done an amazing job so far with getting shots into people’s arms during these first initial weeks of vaccine roll-out," said Amy Westbrook, St. Louis County Public Health Division Director. "But we will soon be moving to phases with larger priority groups and so we are seeking volunteers to assist us at larger clinic events."
Anyone interested in volunteering is encouraged to sign up regardless of whether they have medical training or experience.
Registering with Minnesota Responds does not obligate an individual to assist at any particular location or date but puts them on a list to be contacted so that they can choose to help when it works with their schedule.