The news conference begins at 12:15 p.m.
The next group is slated to be able to get their shots in April.
This is the state's fourth community vaccination site.
In a "short time," the governor expects to be able to give all Minnesotans an approximate date for when they'll be able to get the vaccine.
Appointments will be made available in the coming days.
The website will alert you when you're eligible to make a vaccine appointment.
"Several hundred people" scheduled to get their first dose this week have seen their appointments be canceled.
The clinic is also open to veterans who are 65 years old and older.
They say it's "hurting patients and communities."
The county is focusing on people in Phase 1A, as well as educators and child care workers.
The goal is to make more vaccines available for those 65-plus.
The governor is speaking at 2 p.m.
The latest figures from MDH have been released.
Minnesota is lagging behind national vaccination rates, but MDH leaders say this is because it's holding 2nd doses in reserve.
Nearly 6,000 Minnesotans who are 65 and older registered for appointments between noon Tuesday and Wednesday morning.
Huge demand was expected when the site went live at noon.
There's a "small number" of doses available.
A press call is scheduled for 2 p.m. Monday.
It comes after The Washington Post reported that the country's COVID vaccine reserves have been exhausted.
The Washington Post reported Friday that the Trump Administration has shipped out all the vaccines it has already, with none in reserve.
More vaccine guidance will be provided in the coming days.
He made his first court appearance on Monday.
He'll speak with reporters at 2 p.m.
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