Mayo Clinic opens vaccine appointments to anyone

Shots are available to non-Mayo patients, but appointments are required.

A healthcare worker prepares a Pfizer coronavirus disease (COVID-19) vaccination in Los Angeles, California, U.S., January 7, 2021. REUTERS/Lucy Nicholson/File Photo

Mayo Clinic has several vaccine appointments available to the public this week, the clinic annnounced Tuesday.

The appointments are open to everyone, including non-Mayo patients. Appointments can be scheduled in Rochester and at the Mayo Clinic Health System sites in southeastern Minnesota and southwestern Minnesota.

You do not need to be a Minnesota resident to get vaccinated in the state. Appointments are required.

To schedule an appointment, call the appointment line at:

  • Mayo Clinic in Rochester: 507-538-4040
  • Mayo Clinic Health System in Southeast Minnesota: 507-434-9929
  • Mayo Clinic Health System in Southwest Minnesota: 507-594-2100

Mayo Clinic patients should go to Patient Online Services at to schedule their visit.

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