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COVID-19 vaccination message from the Metropolitan Airports Commission

After months of preparations and coordination between the Metropolitan Airports Commission (MAC) and Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport businesses, we can now celebrate the results of our on-site COVID-19 MSP employee vaccination program.

By April 26, when we completed all initial shots of vaccine, 5,480 employees throughout the MSP community had rolled up their sleeves and been vaccinated.

That is a tremendous accomplishment. Not only are nearly 5,500 vaccinated workers safer, but so are many more thousands of people with whom they come in contact – family, friends, colleagues, and customers – who might have become exposed had those employees not received the vaccine and instead contracted the virus.

That success bears testament to the great partnerships that exist at MSP. In tough times as in joyous, businesses here come together to support each other and to ensure safe, positive experiences for our mutual customers. I want to thank all those who helped with the MSP employee vaccination effort as well as those who were vaccinated. Your efforts have made all of us safer.

Those of you who received the Johnson and Johnson vaccination have completed your regimen.

Those who received your initial Moderna shot through the program are scheduled to get your second dose on either May 19 or 21 at the same location. It is important that you keep your second appointment in order to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19. One dose of the Moderna vaccine is not sufficient.

If you, your team or your peers are still in need of a vaccination, we have secured access for MSP employees at the Mall of America vaccination clinic and encourage you to make an appointment. Otherwise, there are multiple community vaccination clinics available. The more of us who get vaccinated, the safer we all are.

Again, a big thank you to all of you who helped make MSP's vaccination program such a rousing success.

If you have questions, please contact Kristi Rollwagen at


Roy Fuhrmann
Chief Operating Officer
Metropolitan Airports Commission