Public Health

UPCOMING VACCINE OPPORTUNITIES:


AGES 16+: Wednesday, 4/21/21 from 4:30pm-6:30pm. 

Walk Ins accepted or Click Here to Register


AGES 18+: Thursday, 4/22/21 from 9:00am-1:00pm

Walk Ins accepted or Click Here to Register

 

For additional notification of when a COVID-19 vaccine is available through Clay County Public Health: COVID-19 VACCINE SIGN-UP FORM


Once you sign up, look for an e-mail notification from “Vaccination Clinics” to register for a COVID-19 vaccine clinic when vaccine is available. For questions, please call 218-299-7204.


Clay County Public Health will continue to prioritize groups according to Minnesota Department of Health. At this time, those 18 years and older will be contacted for appointment.

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Clay County Public Health COVID-19 Vaccine Information Phone Line: 218-299-7204

COVID-19 Hotlines

  • Minnesota Helpline
  • 651-297-1304 or 1-800-657-3504
  • Monday - Friday 9:00am - 4:00pm

First Link Local Hotline

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The Mission of Clay County Public Health is to assure optimal health of all Clay County residents through effective community planning, services, and partnerships.Clay County Public Health has provided services to Clay County residents since 1969.

Vision

Our vision is healthy people and healthy communities.

Fees

There may be fees for services, but some fees can be adjusted according to the person’s ability to pay. Clay County Public Health is financed through client fees, Clay County tax dollars, State and Federal funding, insurance reimbursements and grants.

Health Topics

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Bed Bugs

Contaminants of Emerging Concern Program

"Through this program, Minnesota Department of Health (MDH) is investigating and communicating the health and exposure potential of contaminants of emerging concern in drinking water. The program supports the Clean Water Fund mission to protect drinking water sources and the MDH mission to protect, maintain, and improve the health of all Minnesotans."

-- From the MDH Website.

What's in your water?