Vaccine Location (Clinics or Vaccination Events)

Where to Get Vaccinated:

Welcome to JYNNEOS (MPX) central for the Twin Cities. Here you will find places for your 1st or 2nd vaccination for MPX. If you were vaccinated at a MPLSpox vaccination event and need to find our additional events or if you’re looking for your 1st shot and need to know where to go you’re in the right place.

Vaccination Events/Pop-Ups:

**RESCHEDULED DUE TO WEATHER**
November 14, 2022, 4:30-7pm –
(tentatively moved to Monday, November 21)
MPLSpox/African-American American Taskforce Flu/MPX Vaccination Event
Staff from our vaccination partner Fairview MINI will be available to offer Flu/MPX vaccinations at:

Plymouth Congregational Church, 1900 Nicollet Avenue, Minneapolis, MN 55403. This event will be repeated in 4 weeks. Next clinic: Monday, December 12, 2022

(Nov Date posted when confirmed)

Thrive @ the Aliveness Project, 
3808 Nicollet Avenue S
Minneapolis, MN

Aliveness Project is providing MPX vaccinations to all persons interested. As of 9/29/2022, there are no eligibility requirements.

Please direct all inquiries to the Aliveness Project at 612-822-7945. Email: thrive@aliveness.org

November 5, 2022 – time to be determined
Family Tree Clinic
1900 Nicollet Avenue,
Minneapolis, MN 55403

Monday, November 14, 20224:30-7 pm MPLSpox/AAATF Flu/MPX Vaccination Event
Staff from our vaccination partner Fairview MINI will be available to offer Flu/MPX vaccinations at:

Plymouth Congregational Church, 1900 Nicollet Avenue, Minneapolis, MN 55403

Clinics:

Minneapolis:

Saint Paul:

Saint Louis Park:

Stillwater:

Saint Cloud:

Duluth:

Visit Monkeypox Vaccine Locator for more locations! You may also request vaccination through your primary medical providers at HealthPartners, Allina, Sanford, and Fairview health systems but your particular location may not have it readily available so make sure to check with your provider before scheduling.

Call us at 612-424-2231 if you have questions or need assistance finding a location for vaccination, testing and/or treatment.

Update in progress…10/31/2022 – DBJD