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Flu and COVID-19 vaccinations are available Tuesdays through Thursdays, from 8 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. through Nov. 11.
Patients with COVID-19 have received 1,000 infusions since November 2020.
The site will reopen Tuesday, Aug. 31, at the corner of 10th and Market streets, and be open from 8:30 a.m.–5 p.m.
The number of visitors allowed in hospitals and clinics will change to one designated visitor per patient beginning at 6 a.m. on Monday, Aug. 23.
The expanded capacity for vaccinations means numerous same-day appointments are available.
People 16 and older can visit hospital patients, with two visitors allowed at one time.
Vaccinations will be available at appointments beginning Tuesday, July 6, and COVID-19 testing will be available beginning July 20.
Vaccinations will be offered beginning Tuesday, July 6, and testing will be offered beginning July 20 at multiple clinic locations in Southwest Minnesota.
COVID-19 testing is moving from the Madison East Center to its vaccination center at 1315 Stadium Road, effective Monday, May 17.
Mayo Clinic Health System is distributing wellness kits to seniors across Southwest Minnesota who continue to be isolated due to COVID-19.
The number of days COVID-19 vaccines will be offered to patients has increased, while there is one less day of testing.
Effective immediately, patients in Southwest Minnesota ages 16 and up can schedule an appointment to be vaccinated for COVID-19.
After last year's halt on Halloween due to the COVID-19 pandemic, sweet relief is coming for those who celebrate the spookiest day of the year. With some precautions, your family can trick or treat safely this year.
You aren't alone if you have questions about getting vaccinated for COVID-19 while pregnant. Find out answers to four common questions OB-GYN providers are asked and why the CDC issued an urgent warning for pregnant women.
If you're experiencing frustration with the COVID-19 pandemic, you're not alone. You may be experiencing pandemic anger, or "panger." Learn how you can cope rather than react.
Amid the COVID-19 pandemic, it's important to be vaccinated for COVID-19 and the flu. Learn why and how you can get both shots at the same time.
COVID-19 cases among children are on the rise across the country. Parents have been asking lots of questions on how to talk with their children about a positive test. Here are a few tips.
Misinformation continues to slow efforts to bring COVID-19 under control. In this webinar, a Mayo Clinic expert explains the state and direction of the pandemic, along with the harm posed by untruths.
When Mark Veldhuizen started showing COVID-19 symptoms while traveling with his family, as someone with cancer, he knew he needed to be seen quickly. Through online scheduling, he got an appointment the next morning.
The FDA has approved a COVID-19 booster vaccine. Find out who is eligible and how to schedule a booster dose.
Put up your best defense. It's time for your seasonal flu shot. Learn why it's more important than ever to be vaccinated.
When your child gets sick, you want to help them feel better. If they are diagnosed with COVID-19, find out about the symptoms you should watch for and what to do to help them recover.
All the safety measures that prevent COVID-19 also prevent flu. With masking and social distancing requirements relaxed, it's time to get a flu shot to protect yourself and your family from influenza.
A new COVID-19 variant called B.1621, or mu, is being monitored by scientists. Read how variants are classified and what you need to know today.