- December 1, 2021:
- Moderna expiration date guidance now includes information about the new inventory accuracy process.
- Communication resources now have updated handouts about the COVID-19 vaccine, safety, and next steps.
- Updated resources, the Provider Registration Scenarios and Pfizer-BioNTech medical updates training on the COVID-19: Vaccinator Enrollment page.
- General reminders have been added to the guidance pages for vaccinating people ages 12 years and older and children ages 5-11 years.
- November 24, 2021:
- Important updates to the COVID-19 vaccine ordering process and clinical considerations are available as guidance for vaccinating people ages 12 years and older.
- New guidance and resources about guidance for vaccinating children ages 5-11 years include billing codes, communication resources, and storage conditions after dilution.
- Several new handouts, graphics, videos, and other communication resources are available for partners and vaccinators to share.
- November 16, 2021:
- See the guidance for vaccinating people ages 12 years and older for updates on the Thanksgiving holiday vaccine direct ship ordering and delivery cadence.
- November 15, 2021:
- Resources for administering, storing, and handling vaccine for children ages 5–11 years are available on the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine page.
- Moderna COVID-19 vaccine's 14-dose vials have been replaced by 10-dose vials. Guidance on syringe availability and extraction for booster doses is available on the Moderna COVID-19 vaccine page.
- New communication resources are available for partners and vaccinators to share, including a handout on getting multiple vaccines at once, social media images, and translations of fact sheets about fertility, and vaccination of children 5-11 years old.
- November 9, 2021:
- New communication resources are available for partners and vaccinators to share, including handouts on how to pay for various vaccinations and social media images encouraging parents and guardians to get their children vaccinated.
- November 5, 2021:
- Vaccinators should review the DHS guidance for vaccinating children ages 5-11.
- Given the difference in dosages between primary and booster dose, Moderna has provided additional resources to support providers in determining wastage.
- The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has updated their Ancillary Redistribution Gadget for Healthcare Workers (ARGH) and Product Information Guide.
Guidance for vaccinating children ages 5-11
Clinical, administration, storage, and handling guidance, updates, and resources for vaccinating children ages 5-11.
Guidance for vaccinating people ages 12 and older
Clinical, administration, storage, and handling guidance, updates, and resources for vaccinating people ages 12 and older.
Posters, videos, social media, and more about COVID-19 vaccines.
Steps and Q&A for providers enrolling in the Wisconsin COVID-19 Vaccine Program.