MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — As more and more Minnesotans are getting booster shots for the COVID-19 virus, Gov. Tim Walz and former Gov. Tim Pawlenty are scheduled to receive boosters of their own Tuesday.

The two will be getting their booster shots in a bipartisan effort to encourage more Minnesotans to do the same, and will be joined by Minnesota Department of Health commissioner Jan Malcolm Tuesday afternoon.

Both governors received the single-shot Johnson & Johnson vaccine in March.

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As of Monday, in Minnesota there have been over 6.7 million doses have been administered so far, with 287,587 of those doses being booster shots. Nearly 70% of those ages 12 and up have completed their vaccine series in Minnesota.