Looking for an H1N1 shot?
Now you can find one by entering your ZIP code on a state public health website.
With vaccine supplies becoming more plentiful, the Minnesota Department of Health began posting flu-shot clinics online Monday at its website, www.mdhflu.com.
But it might take a day or two before all the public clinics are posted. As of Monday afternoon, it was tough to find a clinic within even 30 miles of Minneapolis or St. Paul on the clinic locator. Officials said more will be added Tuesday and Wednesday, as public health officials in each of the state's 87 counties submit information about clinics in their area.
For now, the vaccine is still restricted to high-risk groups: anyone 6 months to 24 years old; pregnant women and people caring for infants under 6 months of age; people 25 to 64 with underlying chronic conditions; health workers and emergency responders.
By Wednesday, Minnesota will have received about 1 million doses of H1N1 vaccine in all, officials say.
A separate locator for seasonal flu shots is available on the same website.