COVID-19: Vaccine Registry

What is the Wisconsin COVID-19 Vaccine Registry?

The Wisconsin COVID-19 Vaccine Registry allows Wisconsin residents to register for and schedule COVID-19 vaccinations locally – when they are eligible, and as vaccine becomes available. Those who are not eligible or unable to get an appointment have the option of being placed on a wait list. The vaccine registry will be used by those who opt in and will not be a comprehensive resource for all vaccination options.

Local and tribal health departments have the option of using the vaccine registry to help with safely and effectively distributing and administering COVID-19 vaccines. Not all vaccine providers using this system will be participating as of the launch date in early March, and more will be added over time.

The vaccine registry is now available.  If you live in an area where the vaccine registry is available and have questions or need help registering, call 844-684-1064 (toll-free) between 7 a.m. and 7 p.m.

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

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    The vaccine registry will connect you with available vaccine

    If your local or tribal health department is participating in the vaccine registry, you will be able to fill out a questionnaire that determines if you are eligible for the COVID-19 vaccine and then be able to make an appointment. If you are not yet eligible to get the vaccine, or no appointments are currently available, you can be placed on a wait-list. The vaccine registry can also assist you with scheduling and reminding you about your second vaccine dose, and help you monitor for any symptoms after getting the vaccine.

    The vaccine registry being used by public and private providers throughout Wisconsin. Below is a list of active Wisconsin COVID-19 Vaccine Registry sites:

    DHS Community-Based Vaccination Clinics

    Barron County

    • Clinic Title: DHS Community-Based Clinic Barron County
    • Location: UW-Eau Claire – Barron County
    • Address: 1800 College Drive, Rice Lake, WI, 54868
    • Hours of Operation: 11 a.m.–7 p.m., Tuesday–Saturday
    • Parking Information: Lot in front of gym is reserved for ADA. The North Lot is primary parking.
    • Building Entrance: Gymnasium on campus.
    • Phone: 844-684-1064 (toll-free)
    • Google Map

    Douglas County

    • Clinic Title: DHS Community-Based Clinic Douglas County
    • Location: UW-Superior
    • Address: 2701 Caitlin Avenue, Superior, WI, 54880
    • Hours of Operation: 11 a.m.–7 p.m., Tuesday–Saturday
    • Parking Information: Park at the arena. Do not park at the high school.
    • Building Entrance: Wessman Arena South Entry
    • Phone: 844-684-1064 (toll-free)
    • Google Map

    La Crosse County

    • Clinic Title: DHS Community-Based Clinic La Crosse County
    • Location: UW-La Crosse
    • Address: 615 East Avenue North, La Crosse, WI, 54601
    • Hours of Operation: 11 a.m.–7 p.m., Tuesday–Saturday
    • Parking Information: Park at the Cleary Center or at the adjacent parking structure.
    • Building Entrance: Cleary Alumni and Friends Center
    • Phone: 844-684-1064 (toll-free)
    • Google Map

    Marathon County

    • Clinic Title: DHS Community-Based Clinic Marathon County
    • Location: North Central Technical College
    • Address: 995 West Campus Drive, Wausau, WI, 54401
    • Hours of Operation: 11 a.m.–7 p.m., Tuesday–Saturday
    • Parking Information: Park in front of clinic
    • Building Entrance: The Center for Business and Industry Building
    • Phone: 844-684-1064 (toll-free)
    • Google Map

    Racine County

    • Clinic Title: DHS Community-Based Clinic Racine County
    • Location: Regency Mall, Old Burlington Coat Factory
    • Address: 5548 Durand Avenue, Racine, WI, 53406
    • Hours of Operation: 11 a.m.–7 p.m., Tuesday–Saturday
    • Parking Information: 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.
    • Phone: 844-684-1064 (toll-free)
    • Google Map

    Rock County

    • Clinic Title: DHS Community-Based Clinic Rock County
    • Location: Blackhawk Technical College
    • Address: 6004 S County Road G, Janesville, WI, 53546
    • Hours of Operation: 11 a.m.–7 p.m., Tuesday–Saturday
    • Parking Information: Park in the left parking lot
    • Building Entrance: Central Campus, Door 2-2
    • Phone: 844-684-1064 (toll-free)
    • Google Map
    City of Milwaukee Health Department FEMA Mass Vaccination Clinics
    Local and Tribal Health Department Sites

    The following public health entities are testing the vaccine registry in their communities:

    Availability of the vaccine registry for other vaccinators

    The vaccine registry will be available by April 1 for any other vaccinator who is not a local or tribal public health department. DHS will contact registered vaccinators at a later time to survey level of interest. Not all vaccinators will choose to use the vaccine registry software and may leverage their own systems.

    Frequently Asked Questions

    Below are a list of frequently asked questions about the Wisconsin COVID-19 Vaccine Registry. If you cannot find answers to your questions below, or you need help registering, you can call the DHS vaccine hotline for assistance toll-free at (844) 684-1064.

    Where do I go to register for a COVID-19 vaccine using the vaccine registry?

    If you would like to register and schedule an appointment for a COVID-19 vaccine using the vaccine registry, go to vaccinate.wi.gov.

    What Wisconsin locations are using the vaccine registry?

    A current list of sites using and testing the vaccine registry is located above.

    Not all vaccine providers will use the vaccine registry, as many health systems and pharmacies have their own scheduling and registration software. You should look for alternative options to get a vaccine beyond just using the vaccine registry. To find a provider in your community visit the DHS Map of Vaccine Providers.

    I had difficulty registering for a vaccine using the vaccine registry and could not finish my registration or am not sure if my registration went through. How can I get personal assistance with my registration?

    All Wisconsinites can call toll-free at (844) 684-1064 for assistance with all of their vaccine-related questions, including help with registering using the vaccine registry.

    English is not my first language. Can I get help registering with the vaccine registry in my native language?

    Registrations in the vaccine registry can be completed online at vaccinate.wi.gov in either English or Spanish. Hmong, Hindi, Mandarin Chinese and Somali registration support is also available by calling toll-free at (844) 684-1064.

    What if there are no vaccinators in my area using the vaccine registry?

    Though the registry is available to all people who live, work, or study in Wisconsin, people who live outside of a registry location may not receive notification to schedule an appointment until providers closer to their home begin using the system.

    Not all vaccine providers will use the vaccine registry, as many health systems and pharmacies have their own scheduling and registration software. You should look for alternative options to get a vaccine beyond just using the vaccine registry.

    I live in a county that is using the vaccine registry and I am eligible to get a vaccine, but I have not yet been contacted to schedule an appointment. What should I do?

    Please continue to be patient. Even though you live in a county that is using the vaccine registry, and you are eligible to get a vaccine, it does not mean that you will immediately be able to schedule an appointment using the vaccine registry. You may wish to explore other options for vaccination in your community while you are waiting.

    It is important to remember that the vaccine supply in Wisconsin is currently limited. Most people will not be able to get appointments to be vaccinated right away, and it will take several months to have enough vaccine for everyone.

    Will I be sent an appointment once there is appointment availability in my county and I am eligible?

    Yes, you should get a notice to schedule an appointment provided that:

    However, please continue to be patient. It is important to remember that the vaccine supply in Wisconsin is limited, and there may not be enough vaccine for all who are eligible. Others at more risk of severe infection from COVID-19 may have priority to get the vaccine.

    Where can I find out if I am eligible to get a COVID-19 vaccine?

    Everyone in Wisconsin ages 16 and older is eligible to get the COVID-19 vaccine at no cost. The vaccine is free and proof of insurance, ID, or citizenship is not required. Although everyone is eligible to get vaccine, vaccine providers will prioritize previously eligible groups.

    Does the vaccine registry allow me to choose the type of vaccine I want to get?

    No.

    I entered my email address incorrectly, or entered other incorrect information in the vaccine registry questionnaire. What should I do?

    Please call toll-free at (844) 684-1064 for personal assistance. The call center may be able to help resolve any issues you had while registering using the vaccine registry.

    I have received my first dose of COVID-19 vaccine. How can I schedule my second dose? Will I be contacted?

    Most sites that use the vaccine registry will schedule your second appointment before your leave your first dose appointment. Others will send you an invitation to schedule your second dose appointment after you have received your first dose.

    Where can I find other vaccine resources?

    Other vaccine resources are available on the DHS COVID-19 vaccine homepage.

    Last Revised: April 19, 2021