Richland County Health Department (RCHD) is an enrolled provider for the COVID-19 vaccine and will follow the North Dakota Department of Health recommendations and guidance related to distribution of the vaccine.

RCHD is working with community partners to strategically vaccinate our community in an ethical and efficient manner.

Richland County Health Department is providing COVID-19 vaccination clinics.

Local healthcare providers may be serving different age groups/phases at different times, based on vaccine availability and state direction. As vaccine becomes available, Richland County residents will be able to register and schedule a time to receive their COVID-19 vaccine by going to the following website

The website will indicate which age groups/phases of Richland County residents are eligible to receive the vaccine at a scheduled location.

We are requesting that individuals seek assistance from family or friends with registration if they are unable to complete the registration themselves. If individuals are unable to physically leave their home to receive the vaccine, they can call Richland County Health Department at 701-642-7735.

COVID-19 vaccine is being administered to priority groups. These priority groups have been identified by the CDC’s Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices and the North Dakota Department of Health.

To learn more about COVID-19 vaccination efforts in North Dakota, visit COVID-19 Vaccine Information.

For more information on the COVID-19 vaccine, including the benefits of getting a vaccine, visit Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) regarding COVID-19 Vaccine as updated by North Dakota Department of Health: ND DOH COVID-19 Vaccine FAQ PDF

Please note: the high-risk medical conditions noted in the below categories are available on the CDC website and are noted in bullet form under “Adults of any age with the following conditions are at increased risk of severe illness from the virus that causes COVID-19.”

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