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Local health departments, with the support of area health care systems, have partnered to expand COVID-19 vaccine access for eligible community members.  This page provides resources to support vaccination efforts currently underway in Winnebago County, Wisconsin.

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 April 1, 2022: The Wisconsin Department of Health Services (DHS)  supports the expanded eligibility that adults ages 50 years and older and certain immunocompromised people ages 12 years and older may receive a second dose of the Pfizer or Moderna COVID-19 vaccine. 

 

Additional doses and all boosters (Pfizer and Moderna) will be available at each WCHD clinic. If you are receiving an additional dose or a booster dose please bring your vaccination card with you.

BOOSTER DOSE UPDATE AS OF MAY 24, 2022: The Wisconsin Department of Health Services (DHS) supports the CDC's recommendation that children ages 5-11 should receive a booster dose 5 months after their initial Pfizer COVID-19 vaccination series. Once the State gives approval to local health departments, the Winnebago County Health Department will begin offering booster doses to this new age group. We will update our websites and social media as soon as we are able to offer booster doses to 5- to 11-year-olds. We anticipate approval within the next few days. Although we are not able to provide these boosters yet, local pharmacies may be able to; please check directly with those locations if you are interested.

Public health professionals will be available to answer questions at all WCHD clinics.

Contact your primary care physician or local pharmacy for additional options.

The Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine is now approved for children 5 years and older.

 

The Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine requires two doses 21 days apart for full protection and is the only vaccine currently available for this children 5-17. 

Find information on Winnebago County and Wisconsin vaccine data here: COVID-19 Vaccine Data.