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COVID-19 Vaccine

Page updated 11.04.2022

Fargo Cass Public Health (FCPH) is an enrolled provider for the COVID-19 vaccine and follows recommendations and guidance from the CDC's Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices and the North Dakota Department of Health. FCPH continues to work with community partners to strategically vaccinate our community in an ethical and efficient manner.

For questions about vaccine availability and appointments at FCPH, please call 701.241.1383.

To talk to someone about vaccine recommendations, please call the North Dakota Department of Health COVID-19 Hotline at 1.866.207.2880.


Appointments at FCPH

COVID-19 vaccines are available on Thursdays by appointment only in the Immunization Clinic. Appointments can be made by calling 701.241.1383.

COVID-19 Immunization Clinic Hours:
Thursday from 8:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.

If you already have a COVID-19 vaccination card, please bring it with you to your appointment.

*Fargo Cass Public Health only offers Pfizer for ages 12+ and Moderna for ages 6 months+.


NEW: Bivalent Boosters

The bivalent booster dose is administered as a single dose, at least 2 months after completion of the primary series or at least 2 months after the last monovalent booster dose. The interval is the same regardless of which vaccine was administered for the primary series and which bivalent booster (Moderna or Pfizer-BioNTech) will be administered.

Who can receive a bivalent booster?

  • Bivalent booster dose: People ages 5 years and older who received a primary series with any COVID-19 vaccine, including people who previously received a monovalent booster dose(s), are recommended to receive 1 bivalent booster dose; any age-appropriate bivalent booster dose (Moderna or Pfizer-BioNTech) can be used.

COVID-19 Vaccine Cards

Replacement vaccine cards can be requested for lost or missing cards. Please complete the Immunization Record Request Form to request a new COVID-19 card.

For further questions or assistance with vaccine cards, email FCPHCovidVaccine@FargoND.gov.


Fargo-Area COVID-19 Vaccine Providers

Fargo Cass Public Health has compiled a list of COVID-19 vaccine providers in the area who generally have vaccine available with convenient times and locations. This document is current as of April 27, 2022. Vaccine availability is subject to change; contact providers directly or visit vaccines.gov for the most up-to-date information.


CDC Recommendations

CDC vaccination guidelines will vary for those who are moderately or severely immunocompromised.

If you have questions about vaccine recommendations, please call the North Dakota Department of Health COVID-19 Hotline at 1.866.207.2880.


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Updated Pfizer

Fargo Cass Public Health only provides the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine for ages 12 years and older.


Updated Moderna

Fargo Cass Public Health only provides the Moderna COVID-19 vaccine for ages 6 months and older.

Visit CDC's Vaccines for COVID-19 for information about vaccines, boosters and current vaccine recommendations.


Frequently Asked Questions

Can I still get the Johnson & Johnson single-dose vaccine?
Only individuals 18 years and older who are medically unable (i.e., severe allergy) to receive one of the mRNA (Moderna or Pfizer) vaccines or who would not otherwise receive COVID-19 vaccine are now eligible to receive a dose of Johnson & Johnson/Janssen COVID-19 vaccine. For more information, read the FDA's statement here. FCPH does not provide the Johnson & Johnson/Janssen vaccine.

When can my child receive the COVID-19 vaccine?
Children 6 months and older are recommended to receive the COVID-19 vaccine. FCPH administers COVID-19 vaccines on Thursdays in the immunization clinic. Call 701.241.1383 to schedule your appointment.

Which brand of vaccine should I get?
The CDC recommends individuals receive one of the two mRNA vaccines available in the U.S.: Pfizer-BioNTech's Comirnaty vaccine or Moderna's Spikevax vaccine. Both mRNA vaccines are effective at preventing infection and reducing hospitalizations and deaths. COVID-19 vaccines are most effective after completing the primary series and receiving the booster.