COVID-19: Find a Vaccine Appointment

There are several ways you can receive your COVID-19 vaccine. It’s easy to find the right option for you. You do not need an ID or insurance to get it. 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.

Where to get the vaccine

There are many places you can go to get your free COVID-19 vaccine. These helpful search tools and services can help you find a COVID-19 vaccine location near you.

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, select the COVID-19 vaccines you want, 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 COVID-19 vaccine locations, including pop-up or one-day vaccination clinics, near you.


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Your health center

Go right to your local or tribal health department, pharmacy, or doctor's office.


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Home or wherever you are

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.


COVID-19 Vaccine Scams

The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) posts alerts about COVID-19 scams on its webpage, Coronavirus Advice for Consumers. A consumer alert article warns about potential vaccination certification scams.

Vaccine data

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

See vaccine data

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Last Revised: November 15, 2022

211 Wisconsin

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