Immunizations are available for children on Minnesota Health Care Programs, and children and adults who are uninsured, or for those who do not have vaccine coverage through their private insurance. These vaccinations are available through the Minnesota Department of Health Vaccines for Children Program and the Minnesota Department of Health Adult Uninsured and Underinsured Vaccine Program. A donation of $21 is requested for each immunization given, but no one is refused immunizations due to inability to pay.

New childhood immunization requirements begin September 1, 2014 in Minnesota:
  • These changes to the immunization requirements will help protect children and communities from a number of serious diseases.
  • Hepatitis A and B vaccinations are required for children enrolling in child care or early childhood programs.
  • Tdap is now required for seventh grade. This vaccine includes protection against pertussis.
  • The meningococcal vaccine is also required for secondary students, beginning in seventh grade.
  • These new immunization requirements do not change the medical exemption or conscientious exemption.
  • Visit the State Health Website for more information.


Walk-in immunization clinics are offered every Tuesday from 1- 4 p.m. in Faribault at the Public Health Office located at 320 Third Street NW. In order to receive immunizations, children (under the age of 18 years) must be accompanied by a parent or legal guardian.

Flu Vaccines

Flu vaccinations are available through special community immunization clinics or during the walk-in immunization clinic time. Check the Public Health Calendar or call the Public Health Department at 507-332-6111 for information about flu vaccination clinic times, locations, and fees.

Immunization Schedules

Information regarding immunization schedules can be found on the Minnesota Department of Health website.

HPV Vaccine

Please watch an informational video to see how vaccination can help close the door to HPV Cancer.