The COVID-19 vaccination is being distributed in phases, based on criteria determined by individual states. Find information and resources about the vaccination process in North Dakota below.
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North Dakota is currently in the 1B phase of vaccine distribution. Find more information about vaccination phases and rollout here.
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Frequently Asked Questions
Q: How will I know when I can get a COVID-19 vaccination shot?
A: Healthcare systems such as Stanford and CHI St. Alexius are currently reaching out to enrolled patients through their respective digital portals and by U.S. Postal service. Participating pharmacies are also reaching out to customers with information on details surrounding vaccinations with information on where and when customers can receive their vaccination. Local public health agencies are assisting those residents not included in other informative avenues with additional information available on the Southwestern District Health Unit's social media and website pages. If you have any questions, you can call the Southwestern District Health Unit at (701) 483-0171.
Q: Where are vaccine shots being given?
A: Vaccines for Dickinson area residents are being provided at the old True Value/Whiting building, across the street from Runnings. Healthcare systems and pharmacies are also providing vaccinations by appointment at their respective locations, with information related to those opportunities being forwarded to patients and clients. The Southwestern District Health Unit are also providing vaccinations throughout the eight southwestern counties of North Dakota, in coordination with local entities, and additional information related to those dates and times being made available on their social media and website pages.
Q. Where can I learn more about the COVID-19 vaccine, distribution and safety?
A: Visit the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention's comprehensive website for more answers to frequent questions.
Q. How do our states compare to others when it comes to vaccine distribution?
A: The best way to know this from day to day is using the CDC's Covid Data Tracker site.