This is good news for people worried that they'd need to sign up every week.
The health departments provided new data daily at 11 a.m.
Walz also announced plans for a mass vaccination event at Xcel Energy Center.
Walz will speak to Minnesotans at 2 p.m. Monday.
"This is going to be harder than going to Ticketmaster and trying to get Bruce Springsteen tickets," Walz said.
There's a "small number" of doses available.
A press call is scheduled for 2 p.m. Monday.
The latest figures from MDH.
The Biden-Harris COVID prevention plan will be released Thursday.
It provides a very clear view of where and who is getting vaccinated.
Walz claims that 50% of produced vaccines are being held back 'for reasons unknown.'
Sixty-one more deaths and more than 2,200 new cases were reported Thursday.
The health department was initially going to release it weekly.
An estimated 63,000 residents will get the shots.
The governor says it's on the federal government to come through.
Thera Witte is a nurse at the Minneapolis VA.
The first four weeks will see enough to vaccinate 183,000 Minnesotans.
Those most susceptible to the virus will be first in line, along with those who care for them.
The governor is speaking at 1:30 p.m.
Healthcare workers and the elderly will likely be first in line.
Minnesota could receive shipments of vaccine as soon as Dec. 11.
"People need to continue to mask," a Mayo Clinic spokesperson said.
The drug maker says its vaccine is 95% effective and ready to be deployed.