A nurse gives a woman the COVID-19 vaccine

The Wisconsin Department of Health Services (DHS) has provided the following information in their latest COVID-19 vaccine update. If you have questions about COVID-19 vaccines or appointment locations, call 211 or 877-947-2211. Or, text COVID to 211-211 for county-specific information on COVID-19, vaccination clinics, and other resources.

Reminder: Children are eligible for the COVID-19 Vaccine

Children who are at least 12 years of age can be vaccinated against COVID-19. There are many ways to find vaccine appointments, including searching on Vaccines.gov, calling 2-1-1, or visiting the DHS vaccine webpage. To learn more about COVID-19 and how it impacts children, visit the DHS COVID-19: Resources for Parents and Guardians.

Learn What You Can Do After You Are Fully Vaccinated

Emerging research shows that getting your COVID-19 vaccine means you can start returning to activities you did before the pandemic. For updated guidance and to learn ways you can continue protecting yourself and your loved ones post-vaccination, visit the DHS COVID-19: After You Are Fully Vaccinated page.

Lost Your Vaccination Card? You Have Options.

If you have lost your COVID-19 vaccine card, try any of the following:

Wisconsin COVID-19 Numbers

View the DHS COVID-19 data pages after 2 pm to get the latest details about the impact of COVID-19 in Wisconsin.