COVID-19: Find a Vaccine Appointment

All children 6 months and older can now get a COVID-19 vaccine!

While we work to update our webpages with new information for kids ages 6 months through 4 years old, you can learn more about COVID-19 vaccines for children on the CDC website.

One of the most effective ways to stop the spread of COVID-19 is to get vaccinated. The good news is the vaccine is safe, effective, and free. You do not need an ID or insurance to get it. 

There are several ways you can receive your COVID-19 vaccine. It’s easy to find the right option for you. Choose a vaccine provider in your community, locate the specific vaccine you want to receive, or find a vaccination site that’s conveniently close to home. Across our state, Wisconsin communities are working hard to make it easy for you to protect yourself and others.

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COVID-19 Vaccine Scams

DHS has received recent reports of Moderna and Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine scam emails and text messages that ask recipients to complete a survey about the vaccine in exchange for a "free reward” or to verify their vaccination. The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) posts alerts on its webpage, Coronavirus Advice for Consumers, about COVID-19 scams. A recent article warns about potential vaccination certification scams.

Where to get the vaccine

While the options in every community are different, there are many places you can go to get your free COVID-19 vaccine. They may include:

  • Your employer
  • Your local or tribal health department
  • Pharmacies
  • Community-based vaccination clinics
  • Pop-up clinics at familiar places in your community
  • Your doctor or health care provider

You can also get vaccinated at home if you have difficulty leaving home. This includes if you have mobility concerns or need extra help getting a COVID-19 vaccine or booster. Call 211 or contact your local health department or Aging and Disability Resource Center (ADRC) for help getting a COVID-19 vaccine at home or elsewhere.

Find a vaccination site near you

These helpful search tools and services can help you find a COVID-19 vaccine location in your community.

Close of an an adult typing on a laptop from the CDC is a simple and easy way to find a vaccination site near you. Simply enter your ZIP code, and the search tool will identify locations near you.


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211 Wisconsin

Call 211 or enter your ZIP code into the 211 Wisconsin search tool to find a pop-up or one-day vaccination clinic near you.


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Federal Retail Pharmacy Program

The Federal Retail Pharmacy Program is a federal and state effort to provide free COVID-19 vaccinations at participating pharmacies. This program continues to play a critical role in accelerating local vaccination efforts in underserved communities.


Vaccine data

Access the latest COVID-19 statistics and data, including vaccination distribution rates and how the information is tracked and reported.

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Last Revised: April 19, 2022

211 Wisconsin

Call 211 or 877-947-2211 to get referrals for thousands of services across Wisconsin. For COVID-19 questions, text COVID to 211-211. Language assistance is available.

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