Register for the COVID-19 Vaccine & Testing

Schedule a COVID-19 Test

Please click the Schedule Appointment button below to schedule a COVID-19 test.

The testing location is the Gorecki Community Center at the Recreation Park in Milaca, adjacent to the splash pad.

Testing Location Address

Gorecki Community Center at Recreation Park
435 2nd Street NW
Milaca, MN 56353

Please note that:

  • Free testing for adults and children at least 2 years or older, with or without symptoms.
  • Masks must be worn inside the testing location.
  • Due to social distancing, entrance into the building will be limited to individuals being tested or one parent/guardian of a child being tested.
  • Do not eat or drink 30 minutes prior to your appointment.
  • Before the test, you must register a Vault account. Please see covid.vlt.co to preregister your vault account.

Schedule Appointment

Public Health COVID-19 Vaccination Clinic and COVID-19 information:


Please check back here for the most up-to-date information on vaccine opportunities.

Mille Lacs County Public Health vaccination efforts are being focused on the Milaca and Princeton areas (southern ½ of the county). 

Mille Lacs Health System is focusing on the Onamia and Isle area (northern ½ of the county). 

If you need additional assistance with scheduling your appointment or have any questions, please call Mille Lacs County @ 320-983-8448.

To schedule an appointment with Mille Lacs Health System in Onamia, please call 320-532-3154.

Missed your second dose and need to schedule? Contact Heidi Culbertson at heidi.culbertson@millelacs.mn.gov

COVID-19 Vaccine and Pregnancy

People who are pregnant can get the COVID-19 vaccine.

  • We know that pregnant people are at a higher risk of severe COVID-19 disease compared to non-pregnant people.
  • Based on how the COVID-19 vaccines work in the body, medical researchers do not think that the vaccines are a risk for people who are pregnant. But, we do not have much data on the safety of COVID-19 vaccines in pregnant people.
  • If you are pregnant, you can choose to get vaccinated for COVID-19.
  • You may want to talk with your health care provider to help you decide whether to get vaccinated, but it is not required.

The COVID-19 vaccine is safe for people who want to have a baby one day.

    If you are trying to become pregnant now or want to get pregnant in the future, you can get a COVID-19 vaccine when one is available to you.

    We do not have any data to say that COVID-19 vaccination causes any problems with pregnancy, including the development of the placenta.

    There is no evidence that fertility problems are a side effect of any COVID-19 vaccine.

Pfizer Covid-19 Boosters

Booster dose recommendations are in from the CDC. The following groups should get a booster dose of Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine at least six months after the second dose:

• people 65 years and older;

• residents in long-term care settings; and

• people ages 50 to 64, with certain underlying medical conditions (CDC: People with Certain Medical Conditions).

The following groups may get a booster dose of Pfizer's COVID-19 vaccine at least six months after the second dose, if the personal benefits for them outweigh the personal risks:

• people ages 18 to 49 who are at high risk for severe COVID-19 due to certain underlying medical conditions (see hyperlink above); and

• people ages 18 to 64 who are at increased risk for COVID-19 exposure and transmission because of where they live or work.

These recommendations are only for those who received the Pfizer vaccine in their primary series. No authorizations or recommendations on a booster dose for those who received Moderna or Johnson & Johnson vaccine are available at this time.

Please click the link below to schedule an appointment at the Lions Community Center in Onamia:

Lions Community Center Scheduling

***Moderna Covid-19 Boosters have not yet been approved by the FDA. Please check back for updates. Once Moderna is approved, booster events will be scheduled and posted on this site.

COVID-19 Vaccine Information

For More information about the COVID-19 Vaccine, please visit:  
- Minnesota Department of Health Website
- CDC (Centers for Disease Control and Prevention)

Additional Vaccine Resources:

  1. Benefits of Getting a COVID-19 Vaccine (CDC) 
  2. COVID-19 Vaccination (CDC) 
  3. Ensuring COVID-19 Vaccines Work (CDC)
  4. Ensuring Safety of COVID-19 Vaccines (CDC)
  5. Frequently Asked Questions about COVID-19 Vaccination (CDC)
  6. How we will know the vaccine is safe (MDH)
  7. Rare Severe Allergic Reactions (CDC)
  8. About COVID-19 Vaccine (MDH)
  9. Answering Your Questions About the New COVID-19 Vaccines (CDC)
  10. Avoid COVID-19 Vaccine Scams
  11. Building Confidence in COVID-19 Vaccines (CDC)
  12. CDC public health recommendations for vaccinated persons (CDC)
  13. Continuing the Journey of a COVID-19 Vaccine (CDC) Infographic about how a COVID-19 vaccine is recommended for public use and how safety continues to be monitored
  14. COVID-19 Community Vaccination Program
  15. COVID-19 Vaccination Considerations for People Who Are Pregnant (CDC)
  16. COVID-19 Vaccine Dashboard (GOV) Information about data, dashboard definitions, and downloadable datasets can be found on this page under the dashboard.)
  17. COVID-19 Vaccine Phases and Planning (MDH)
  18. Finding Credible Vaccine Information (CDC)
  19. Getting Vaccinated for COVID-19 (MDH) Patient education resource.
  20. Help us get all Minnesotans signed up for the COVID-19 Vaccine Connector (PDF)
  21. Questions and Answers: COVID-19 Vaccines for School and Child Care Staff (GOV)
  22. Vaccine Distribution and Administration (GOV)
  23. Vaccine Hotlines (GOV)
  24. V-safe After Vaccination Health Checker
  25. What to Expect after Getting a COVID-19 Vaccine (CDC)