The Sherburne County director of health and human services describes the process for scheduling COVID-19 vaccines “kind of like throwing darts.” Residents can sign up for vaccines through the state, clinics or pharmacies, which makes planning hard when counties have doses to give but residents have already crossed county lines to be vaccinated. Recently in Sherburne County, officials could barely find 800 people to receive shots in a week although more than 4,000 people had signed up. People had received their shots elsewhere or the available appointment times didn’t work. Central Minnesota officials are hopeful the new permanent vaccine site that opened Wednesday at River’s Edge Convention Center in downtown St. Cloud will help improve access.