Mayo Clinic has launched a COVID-19 Vaccine Registry that will identify people interested in participating in upcoming COVID-19 vaccine clinical trials. People who add their name to the registry may be contacted in the future to determine if they are eligible to participate in a COVID-19 vaccine trial at Mayo Clinic.
Around the world, there are more than 150 vaccine candidates in preclinical evaluation and more than 40 in clinical trials. These numbers fluctuate daily.
Mayo Clinic started planning for its registry by consulting with local communities for their guidance on how to engage underrepresented minorities and high-risk groups.
People can enroll in the COVID-19 Vaccine Registry by completing a vaccine registry form or calling the COVID-19 vaccine registry at 507-293-3383. The form is available in seven languages, including Anuak, Arabic, English, Khemer, Somali, Spanish and Vietnamese. Mayo Clinic patients can also access the vaccine registry form via Patient Online Services, Mayo Clinic’s patient portal: it is listed on the patient portal home page and in the “Important” notifications section of the Mayo Clinic mobile app.