Although I find it a little pathetic that people have to be bribed to get vaccinated, I also support whatever it takes to get this nasty virus behind us.  Everyone eligible getting vaccinated looks like the only way out of this nightmare.

According to KARE 11 News, Governor Walz is extending the vaccine partnership with Sun Country Airlines of Minnesota.

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If you have decided to get vaccinated, just stop by terminal 2 ant MSP and receive the one shot J&J vaccine. Once you are vaccinated you will be entered in a drawing held every week until the end of the promotion, September 22nd, for a $200 travel voucher

I got the J&J vaccine myself and it's just one shot. I had a very, very minor reaction to the vaccine.  I woke up in the middle of the night with very mild chills. In a few minutes they were gone. I personally recommend the J&J shot.

“Whether you are traveling or not, the vaccine is the ticket to protecting your family from COVID-19,” said Gov. Walz said in a statement. “Getting the safe, free, and effective shot is vital to slowing the spread of COVID-19. That’s why we are continuing our work at Terminal 2 to meet Minnesotans where they are by helping them to get vaccinated as soon as possible. Keep rolling up those sleeves, Minnesota.”

So, head on over to the Minneapolis-St Paul International Airport, Terminal 2 and get your shot.  You don't need a ticket, boarding pass or any reservation to get the shot. Terminal 2 at MSP is located at 7150 Humphrey Drive.  Hours are 6 AM until 2 PM and they will even set you up with a one hour parking voucher.

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