Minnesota is planning to close all but one of its COVID-19 mass vaccination sites by Aug. 7.

Gov. Tim Walz says the state will focus on the several hundred smaller vaccination sites around the state.  They will include locations at pharmacies and health care providers.

The state’s COVID-19 vaccination rate has reportedly been stagnant in recent weeks, at about two-thirds of residents 16 and older with at least one vaccine dose. Health officials have been turning to small-scale, targeted efforts to get the vaccine to more people.

As of Friday the state reported administering more than 618,000 vaccine doses at the mass vaccination sites since January.