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White Earth vaccination clinics continue this week

White Earth Tribal Health is beginning its fourth week of expanded COVID-19 vaccinations to residents of Becker, Norman and Clearwater counties over age 45, as well as others age 18 and up who meet certain eligibility requirements. This week's vaccination clinics are mostly second dose only, however. No appointments are needed to receive the vaccine, but recipients should be prepared to wait in line.

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The White Earth Tribal Health department is continuing to offer both first and second doses of the Moderna COVID-19 vaccine to residents of Becker, Norman and Clearwater counties over the age of 45, and others who meet certain eligibility criteria. (Submitted photo)

Residents of Becker, Norman and Clearwater counties over age 45, among others, can still receive free COVID-19 vaccinations at clinics held in White Earth and Mahnomen this Monday through Friday, March 8-12, according to a recent post on the White Earth Nation Facebook page.

Moderna COVID Vaccine Eligibility Criteria The following individuals 18 years and older are eligible for COVID Vaccine: ...

Posted by White Earth Nation on Sunday, March 7, 2021

This week's vaccinations mark the third week White Earth Tribal Health has expanded their vaccine eligibility requirements to include neighboring counties, though all but one of this week's clinics are for second dose only. The vaccinations don't require an appointment, and are being administered on a walk-in-only basis.

The vaccine is available to all residents of Becker, Clearwater, Mahnomen and Norman counties over age 45, as well as those age 18 and up who meet the following eligibility requirements:

  • Individuals who live, work, or own property on the White Earth Reservation.
  • White Earth Tribal members, enrolled or descendants.
  • Family members in the same household as White Earth Tribal members, enrolled or descendants.
  • Individuals with underlying medical conditions that are risk factors for severe COVID-19 illness (e.g. asthma, COPD, cystic fibrosis, serious heart disease, cancer, chronic kidney disease/kidney failure, sickle cell disease, Type-2 diabetes, obesity, immunocompromised due to solid organ transplant or HIV/AIDS).

Those prohibited from receiving the vaccine are those who have tested positive for COVID-19. COVID-positive individuals must meet all criteria to discontinue isolation before any vaccine is administered. Those under quarantine protocol due to a recent exposure must complete the full quarantine procedure and not be exhibiting any symptoms.
Also, any individuals feeling sick or running a fever must wait until the symptoms subside without the assistance of medication, and any individuals who have received other vaccines within the last 14 days must wait two weeks before receiving the COVID-19 vaccine.


If Becker, Norman and Clearwater county residents who meet the above requirements are interested in receiving their free Moderna COVID-19 vaccination, they can go to clinics at any of the times and locations listed below:

Monday, March 8

Tuesday, March 9

Wednesday, March 10

Thursday, March 11

Friday, March 12

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