How do I get vaccinated?
Welia Health offers a convenient option for getting your COVID-19 vaccine by visiting any Welia Health Campus.
Daily vaccine availability
Welia Health is happy to offer vaccines at all of our locations. Get your vaccine when it’s convenient for you.
- Vaccinations are available between
- 8am–5:00 pm Mon–Fri and 8am–12pm Sat at the Mora clinic
- 8am-5:30pm Mon-Fri and at the Pine City clinic
- 8am-5pm Mon-Fri at the Hinckley clinic
- 8am-6pm Mon-Fri and 8am-1:30pm Sat in both the Mora and Pine City Community Pharmacies
- Appointments are preferred, but not required, call 320.679.1313.
The following vaccines are administered based on availability.
- Pfizer vaccine (12+ eligible). A second dose will be scheduled 21 days from the date of your first dose. A third dose is recommended for moderate-severly immunocompromised patients and will be scheduled 28 days after the second dose. Moderate-severly immunocompromised patients should schedule a third dose, as soon as possible, if already beyond 28 days from their second dose.
- Moderna vaccine (18+ eligible). A second dose will be scheduled 28 days from the date of your first dose. A third dose is recommended for moderate-severly immunocompromised patients and will be scheduled 28 days after the second dose. Moderate-severly immunocompromised patients should schedule a third dose, as soon as possible, if already beyond 28 days from their second dose.
- Johnson & Johnson vaccine (18+ eligible). This is a single dose.
When you arrive, let Welia Health staff know that you would like to receive the COVID vaccine.
What to expect
When you arrive
- When you arrive, you’ll be asked for your current ID and insurance information.
- You will not be asked for payment. The vaccine is free for everyone.
Before you receive your vaccine
- You’ll review safety information with a nurse, including a fact sheet from either Pfizer, Moderna, or Johnson & Johnson, then sign the vaccination agreement before getting your shot.
After you receive your vaccine
- After you receive your vaccine, you’ll be asked to sit for 15 minutes to ensure you do not experience an allergic reaction.
- If you have a history of allergic reactions, you will need to sit for 30 minutes for observation.
- Before you go, you will receive your COVID-19 vaccination card. If you require a second dose, a representative will schedule your second dose 21 days (Pfizer) or 28 days (Moderna) from the date of your first dose. The 3rd dose (for moderate-severly immunocompromised people) will be scheduled 28 days after your second dose of either Pfizer or Moderna.
- You’ll also receive an informational flyer about What to Expect After Getting a COVID-19 Vaccine, outlining common side effects and steps to keep yourself and others safe. Others from Pfizer BioNTech, Moderna and Janssen (J&J) are also available if requested.
If you have an allergic reaction
If you think you might be having an allergic reaction, go to a hospital or call 911. If you have side effects that do not go away after a few days, call your primary care provider at 320.679.1313.
Vaccinations for children 12+
Minor children must:
- be accompanied by a parent/guardian, OR
- bring a completed and signed Vaccine Administration Form. The parent/guardian should review the Pfizer Fact Sheet before signing the form. The parent/guardian will also be called for verbal consent.
Note: If a parent/guardian is not present, not available for verbal consent, and the Vaccine Administration Form is not completed, the vaccination will not be administered. The Vaccine Administration form will be presented upon vaccine administration.