Covid Vaccine Information

Vaccine Registration Information:
Use the link below to register for available appointments.

You can schedule your appointment at: http://vaccinate.wi.gov/

 Please register for the vaccine you are eligible to receive.
If you do not see a clinic open at the time you sign up, please check back as new clinics are being opened.

You can also call 844-684-1064 for assistance in making an appointment.

Please see below for more information on vaccine.

  ***Please do not arrive more than 5 minutes before your appointment. *** 



Vaccine Information:
Anyone age 5 and over is now eligible to receive the COVID-19 vaccine. 
Moderna and Janssen (Johnson & Johnson) is only authorized for ages 18 and older. 
Pfizer is authorized for anyone ages 5 and over. 

Pre-vaccination Checklist: Review to ensure you are able to receive the vaccine

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Booster Information

Everyone 12 years and older is recommended to get a booster dose for the best protection against COVID-19 and circulating variants.
Booster doses are strongly recommended for people who are at the greatest risk for severe disease, such as people who live in long-term care settings.

You should get your COVID-19 booster dose:

  • At least 2 months after a Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccine.
  • At least 5 months* after your second dose of a Pfizer or Moderna primary vaccine series.

*Individuals 12 years or older who are moderately to severely immunocompromised should get a booster dose:

  • Three months after third (additional) dose of Pfizer or Moderna COVID-19 vaccine - for a total of four doses.
  • Two months after second (additional) dose if the first dose was a Johnson & Johnson vaccine - for a total of three doses.

CDC recommends people receive an mRNA COVID-19 vaccine (like Pfizer or Moderna) over Johnson & Johnson’s COVID-19 vaccine in most situations. Currently, people 12-17 years old can only get a Pfizer booster dose. Children ages 11 years and younger are currently not authorized to receive a COVID-19 vaccine booster dose.


Second Booster Information
Some individuals have the option to receive a second booster dose of Pfizer or Moderna four months after their first booster dose. This includes people who are:

  • 50 years or older
  • 18 years or older and received both a first dose and booster dose of Johnson & Johnson
  • 12 years or older and moderately to severely immunocompromised (for example, due to cancer treatment, HIV infection, organ transplant, or a medical condition like DiGeorge syndrome).

The latest research suggests that the effectiveness of the COVID-19 vaccine against severe outcomes is reduced over time in adults ages 50 and older, as well as immunocompromised individuals. A new CDC report shows that adults who received the Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccine as both their first dose and booster dose had lower levels of protection against COVID-19-associated emergency department and urgent care visits during Omicron compared to those who received an mRNA booster dose. So, this second booster dose could help increase protection for these higher-risk individuals.


Additional Dose information

People 5 years and older with specific medical conditions or receiving medical treatments that cause them to be moderately to severely immunocompromised should get an additional dose of Pfizer (ages 5 and older) or Moderna (ages 18 years and older) COVID-19 vaccine 4 weeks after the first dose of Johnson & Johnson or the second dose of an mRNA vaccine (Pfizer or Moderna).

People who are immunocompromised have a reduced ability to fight disease, a lower immune response to the original vaccine series compared to other fully vaccinated people, and are especially vulnerable to COVID-19 infection. This includes people who have:

  • Been receiving active cancer treatment for tumors or cancers of the blood.
  • Received an organ transplant and are taking medicine to suppress the immune system.
  • Received a stem cell transplant within the last two years or are taking medicine to suppress the immune system.
  • Moderate or severe primary immunodeficiency (such as DiGeorge syndrome, Wiskott-Aldrich syndrome).
  • Advanced or untreated HIV infection.
  • Active treatment with high-dose corticosteroids, alkylating agents, antimetabolites, transplant-related immunosuppressive drugs, cancer chemotherapeutic agents classified as severely immunosuppressive, tumor-necrosis (TNF) blockers, or other drugs that may suppress your immune response.
For more information on Booster & Additional doses go to the Wisconsin Department of Health Services website here 
While vaccination remains the most effective tool we have to prevent COVID-19, everyone should continue to practice good public health behavior. This means wearing a mask indoors, avoiding large gatherings, staying home when feeling sick, and getting tested if you have symptoms or after close contact.


Vaccine Registration Information:


Use the link below to register for available appointments.

You can schedule your appointment at: http://vaccinate.wi.gov/

 Please register for the vaccine you are eligible to receive.
If you do not see a clinic open at the time you sign up, please check back as new clinics are being opened.

You can also call 844-684-1064 for assistance in making an appointment.

  ***Please do not arrive more than 5 minutes before your appointment. *** 

1. Vaccine Administration Form - English    Vaccine Administration Form - Spanish
2. Please review: Moderna Fact Sheet for Recipients and Caregivers English   
                                       Moderna Fact Sheet for Recipients and Caregivers Spanish

Janssen (Johnson & Johnson) Fact Sheet for Recipients and Caregivers - ENGLISH
Janssen (Johnson & Johnson) Fact Sheet for Recipients and Caregivers - SPANISH 

Pfizer 12 and Older Fact Sheet for Recipients and Caregivers - ENGLISH
Pfizer 12 and Older Fact Sheet for Recipients and Caregivers - SPANISH

Pfizer Fact Sheet for 5-11 year old - ENGLISH
Pfizer Fact Sheet for 5-11 year old - SPANISH

Post Vaccination Information - English        Post Vaccination Information - Spanish
**After receiving the vaccine, there is a 15-30 minute observation/monitoring period.**

Lost Vaccine Card?
Try any of the following:

If you received your vaccination in another state, go to that state department of health’s website to search their vaccine registry.

*Please note*
Local Public Health Departments and DHS WI cannot issue new COVID-19 vaccination cards.