Target offers on-site COVID-19 vaccinations for its frontline employees

An employee at a Fridley Distribution Center receives COVID-19 vaccinations. Following increased distribution, Target is offering vaccines to more than 19,000 of its frontline workers in Minnesota at 17 designated vaccination sites across the state. Photo: courtesy of Target. An employee at a Fridley Distribution Center receives COVID-19 vaccinations. Following increased distribution, Target is offering vaccines to more than 19,000 of its frontline workers in Minnesota at 17 designated vaccination sites across the state.

Rebecca Omastiak
Updated: April 08, 2021 10:57 AM
Created: April 08, 2021 10:04 AM

This month, Target Corporation announced it is offering on-site COVID-19 vaccines to its more than 19,000 frontline store and distribution center workers in Minnesota.

The Minneapolis-based retailer stated there will be designated sites at which vaccinations will be taking place, adding that employees working at Minnesota's 74 Target stores and three distribution centers can visit any of the 17 designated locations.

Distribution center events began April 1 in Fridley with more planned at Woodbury starting April 13, Target states.

Meanwhile, store events began at select Target stores Wednesday and will roll out to the following locations over the next two weeks: Alexandria, Bemidji, Brainerd, Grand Rapids, Hutchinson, Mankato, Moorhead, Richfield, Savage, St. Cloud, Virginia, West St. Paul, Willmar as well as Target's Northern Campus in Brooklyn Park.


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