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The COVID Vaccine

Consult your family’s healthcare provider if you feel you have a condition that may preclude you from getting vaccinated.

What You Need to Know

UPDATE as of April 7: we have put more than 8,000 vaccines into arms already, and we vaccinate more of our southwest Wisconsin neighbors each passing week. In part because we have vaccinated so many, we are now receiving fewer doses of vaccine weekly. We will offer vaccine clinics and appointments as the supply of vaccine dictates.

Per State protocol, we are now opening our vaccine clinics to all adults 18 and over. There are no more restrictions according to risk, and every adult is eligible to be vaccinated.  Call our COVID phone line at 608-342-6280 to schedule your fist dose.

All vaccine clinics will be offered on Fridays. We will add other days when we receive enough vaccine to offer more than one day per week.

Click below vaccine FAQs, why you should get vaccinated, and vaccine facts and myths.

Important Links:

  1. Both vaccines available are safe and effective. They prevent COVID and are widely proving to have few side effects. Find details here about how the U.S. is ensuring the safety of COVID vaccines. 
  2. V-SAFE is a new smartphone-based, after-vaccination health checker for people who receive COVID-19 vaccines. V-safe uses text messaging and web surveys from CDC to check in with vaccine recipients following COVID-19 vaccination. V-safe also provides second vaccine dose reminders if needed, and telephone follow up to anyone who reports medically significant (important) adverse events.
  3. Wisconsin Department of Health Services
  4. Vaccine info from the CDC

We are committed to your good health

It’s vital for every one of us to continue using all the tools we know (masks, social distancing, avoiding crowds, washing hands, etc.) to stop this pandemic. Vaccines are a key part of this.

We will update this web page as vaccines become available for our communities and as details change. Check here often.