COVID-19 vaccine for kids 5 years and older approved

Learn more and find out how to schedule your child’s vaccination.

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Holiday hours

The clinic will be closed on Memorial Day (Monday, May 30).

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COVID-19 (Coronavirus): What parents need to know.

Children’s Minnesota discusses concerns, and what to do if you develop symptoms.

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For your convenience: Text reminders are available

This clinic has expanded its texting abilities as another way to communicate with you about your child’s care, and upcoming appointments. If you’d like to receive text messages, sign up at the front desk of the clinic. (No action is needed if you already receive texts from the clinic.) You have the option to opt out at any time.

Free COVID-19 vaccine clinics

The Children’s Minnesota St. Paul Clinic, along with the Minnesota Department of Health (MDH), will be hosting free COVID-19 vaccine clinics on these Saturdays: May 14, May 28, June 11, and June 25 from 9 a.m.- 3 p.m.

COVID-19: what you need to know

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At Children’s Minnesota St. Paul clinic, we deliver excellent care to a diverse population of patients. Our pediatricians and nurse practitioners are highly skilled and have access to the whole Children’s support network of specialists. We are also proud to offer integrated behavioral health services, on-site interpreters and family resources to families in need. We strive to deliver personalized, high-quality care to our diverse community and offer general pediatric health care for children and adolescents at any point from birth through young adulthood.

Now offering virtual care

Some types of appointments may be offered as online virtual visits so you can receive care from the comfort of your home. When scheduling your appointment, ask if virtual care is available.