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Don’t delay! Get a flu shot today Flu shots are available now and are recommended for anyone 6 months old and older. The flu vaccine is especially important for people who are at high risk of serious complications from influenza, like pregnant women, adults 65 years old and older, children younger than five years old, and people with certain medical conditions. Use the handy Flu Vaccine Finder to find out where the vaccine is available near you.

Information about the Ebola virus We understand people are concerned about the Ebola virus, especially with recently diagnosed cases in the United States. While there are no cases of Ebola in Wisconsin, and the risk of contracting it remains extremely low, it’s important that medical and public health professionals are able to respond in the event there is a case in the state.

Enterovirus D68: What you need to know about EV D68 Learn about Enterovirus D68 (EV D68), including its symptoms and the best ways to prevent it.

Share your Comments on Department Administrative Rules, Waivers, and Grants The Department is currently collecting public comment on the Home and Community-Based Settings Statewide Transition Plan for all Wisconsin Medicaid Home and Community-Based Services waivers.