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Due to the overwhelmingly positive response to Mayo Clinic Health System's community forum on Sept. 10, we will welcome back Greg Poland, M.D., director of the Mayo Clinic Vaccine Research Center for a Q&A session.
Dr. Poland is a leading voice on the scientific evidence supporting the benefit of COVID-19 vaccines. He has been closely involved in vaccine decision-making at the federal level, and he is a much sought-after speaker on the many complicated issues in play during the COVID-19 pandemic. He will answer your questions about boosters, variants, vaccines for kids, and COVID-19 myths and truths.
Register in advance. After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing a Zoom link. You should check your junk mail if you don't receive this email.
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.
Patients and community members no longer need to wait to be contacted to get vaccinated for COVID-19, and appointments are readily available.
Mayo Clinic Health System and the Boys & Girls Club of Greater La Crosse will host free neighborhood COVID-19 vaccine clinics for adults on Thursdays in April and May.
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.
Effective Monday, April 5, patients in Northwest Wisconsin 16 and up can schedule an appointment to be vaccinated for COVID-19.
Put up your best defense. It's time for your seasonal flu shot. Learn why it's more important than ever to be vaccinated.
The FDA has approved a COVID-19 booster vaccine. Find out who is eligible and how to schedule a booster dose.
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.
Four physicians share their thoughts on the rapid spread of COVID-19 in the upper Midwest, and provide tips on what you can do to protect yourself and others.
You've likely heard about the new COVID-19 vaccines, but what should you believe? We'll set the record straight on some of the circulating myths.
Getting a COVID-19 vaccine is an important tool to help stop the ongoing pandemic. Here are answers to the most common questions.
A Mayo Clinic expert answers questions about COVID-19 booster shots, which may be available in the U.S. as soon as this fall.
The FDA gave Pfizer the first full approval for COVID-19 vaccine on Aug. 23. Get the details.
Mayo Clinic will administer an additional dose of COVID-19 vaccine to moderately or severely immunocompromised people 12 and older. Find out what you need to know.
The FDA has approved emergency use authorization for a third COVID-19 vaccine dose for some immunocompromised people. Learn what this term means and how to know if a booster is right for you.