COVID-19: Where you can get vaccinated

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration issued an emergency use authorization for the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine for use in adolescents ages 12-15. Next, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) will need to review data from clinical trials to ensure the Pfizer vaccine meets the high safety standards before the vaccine is available for this age group. We will continue to update the website as new information is made available.

There are a number of places you can go to get your free COVID-19 vaccine such as:

  • Your employer
  • Your local health department
  • Pharmacies
  • Community-based vaccination clinics
  • On-site vaccination clinics
  • Your doctor or health care provider

Some groups are more likely to be vaccinated through specific partnerships and programs.

Vaccination clinics

Community-based vaccination clinics

DHS community-based vaccination clinics provide vaccinations to individuals who live, work, or study in Wisconsin. AMI Expeditionary Healthcare (AMI) operate these community-based vaccination clinics through collaborations with local health departments, the University of Wisconsin (UW), the technical college system, other local partners, and DHS. Community-based vaccination clinics work in tandem with current vaccinators by providing additional vaccine based on current supply.

All DHS community-based vaccination clinics require a parent or guardian to be at the vaccination appointment with a person that is under 18. Walk-ins are welcomed at these clinics. If you prefer to schedule an appointment, you can go through the Wisconsin COVID-19 Vaccine Registry or call toll-free at 844-684-1064. After registration, individuals will be able to schedule their appointment. Each site is open Tuesday-Saturday 11 a.m.-7 p.m.

More information about DHS community-based vaccination clinics:

Barron County

Location: UW-Eau Claire – Barron County, 1800 College Drive, Rice Lake, WI, 54868

Parking: Lot in front of gym is reserved for handicap-accessible. The north lot is primary parking.

Building entrance: Gymnasium on campus.

Douglas County

Location: UW-Superior, 2701 Caitlin Avenue, Superior, WI, 54880

Parking: Park at the arena. Do not park at the high school.

Building entrance: Wessman Arena (South Entry)

La Crosse County

Location: UW-La Crosse, 615 East Avenue N., La Crosse, WI, 54601

Parking: Park at the Cleary Center or at the adjacent parking structure.

Building entrance: Cleary Alumni and Friends Center

Marathon County

Location: North Central Technical College, 995 West Campus Drive, Wausau, WI, 54401

Parking: Park in front of clinic.

Building entrance: The Center for Business and Industry

Racine County

Location: Regency Mall, Old Burlington Coat Factory, 5548 Durand Avenue, Racine, WI, 53406

Parking: Park at any entrance to the mall.

Building entrance: Enter through one of the four main mall entrances. Once inside, follow signage to the center of the mall. The clinic in the former Burlington Coat Factory.

Rock County

Location: Blackhawk Technical College, 6004 S. County Road G, Janesville, WI, 53546

Parking: Park in the left parking lot.

Building entrance: Central Campus (Door 2-2)

Mass vaccination clinics

Mass vaccination clinics are federally supported and provide vaccinations to individuals currently eligible for vaccine. The U.S. Department of Homeland Security’s Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) Region 5 provides support for these clinics through collaborations with local health departments and other local partners, the University of Wisconsin, Wisconsin Department of Health Services, and the State of Wisconsin. Wisconsin provides vaccine for the mass vaccination clinics through its state allocation.

Wisconsin's mass vaccination clinics are located in: Eau Claire, Madison, and Milwaukee. To locate a clinic near you, visit Vaccines.gov

Be aware of vaccine fraud

The COVID-19 vaccine is free and any offers to get the vaccine will come from known sources, such as your local or tribal health department, health care provider, pharmacy, or a community-based clinic. You should not accept offers for vaccine or share personal information with an unknown source as these may be fraud. Learn more about how you can protect yourself or loved one from potential vaccine fraud. Use the resources on this page to find out where you can get vaccinated.

Questions about the COVID-19 vaccine? Call 844-684-1064 (toll-free).

Spanish, Hmong, Chinese Mandarin, Hindi, and Somali language assistance is available.

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Last Revised: May 7, 2021