Coronavirus information

Vaccines are widely available in the US and Canada for walk-in service at medical providers and pharmacies. Many areas are still operating dedicated immunization clinics. Vaccines are safe and effective.

Canada border crossings reopened to vaccinated and tested Americans on 9 August 2021. Testing is required within 72 hours of arrival and must be presented through the ArriveCAN online system. Only PCR tests are accepted.

US border crossings will reopen to vaccinated Canadians on 8 November. Proof of vaccination is required. A “mixed dose” of US or WHO approved vaccines are acceptable. COVID testing is not required for entry to the US by land, but is still required for air travel.

Alberta Health Services
Alberta COVID-19 vaccine distribution

North Dakota:
North Dakota Department of Health
North Dakota COVID Vaccine Locator

South Dakota:
South Dakota Department of Health
South Dakota Coronavirus Vaccine Information

Iowa COVID-19 information
Iowa COVID-19 Vaccine Information

Shared health / Soins communs

Michigan COVID-19 information
Michigan COVID-19 Vaccine

Minnesota Department of Health
Minnesota COVID-19 Vaccine

Montana COVID-19 Response
Montana DPHHS
Montana COVID-19 Vaccine Availability

Nebraska DHHS
Nebraska Coronavirus portal
Nebraska COVID-19 vaccines – Finish Strong Nebraska
U Nebraska Medicine

Government of Ontario
Northwestern Health Unit
Thunder Bay District Health Unit
Sudbury & Districts Health Unit

Saskatchewan Health Authority
Saskatchewan vaccine delivery

Wisconsin Department of Health Services
Wisconsin COVID-19 Vaccine Eligibility

Wyoming Department of Health
Wyoming COVID-19 Vaccine Information

If you need other general information not specific to your area, Ars Technica has published an excellent series.

Author: Fargo Orbit

The Fargo Orbit delivers science and aerospace news from a vantage point in the centre of North America.

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