The Wisconsin COVID-19 Vaccine Registry is being used by public and private providers in Wisconsin to register and schedule COVID-19 vaccinations. Not all vaccinators are using vaccine registry software and some are using their own systems. A list of vaccinators using the vaccine registry is provided below. Learn more about how to get a vaccination.
Vaccine Registry Sites
DHS Community-Based Vaccination Clinics
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 visit vaccinate.wi.gov or call toll-free at 844-684-1064. After registration, individuals will be able to schedule their appointment.
More information about DHS community-based vaccination clinics:
Parking: Free parking is available in lots 11 and 2, in front of the Yellowjacket Union.
Building entrance: Yellow Jacket Student Union main entrance
- Tuesday, 11 a.m.-6 p.m.
- Friday, 11 a.m.-6 p.m.
Parking: Park in front of clinic.
Building entrance: The Center for Business and Industry
- Tuesday, 11 a.m.-5 p.m.
- Friday, 11 a.m.-3 p.m.
Additional information: The clinic is wheelchair accessible and accessible via WATS Bus Route B.
Parking: Park at any entrance to the mall.
Building entrance: Use the South entrance of the Regency Mall (at the mall's center), which is the main entrance to the former Burlington Coat Factory. You can also access the clinic by using one of the other main entrances and heading to the center of the mall.
- Tuesday, 11 a.m.-7 p.m.
- Thursday, 11 a.m.-5 p.m.
Clinic name: Community-Based Vaccine Clinic in Rock County
Location: 1900 Center Avenue, Janesville, WI 53546 (former Job Center building)
Parking: Park in front of the building.
Building entrance: Use the main doors under the “Rock County Job Center” sign.
Transportation: Free rides are available by calling 211.
- Tuesday, 11 a.m.-5 p.m.
- Thursday, 11 a.m.-3 p.m.
City of Milwaukee Health Department FEMA Mass Vaccination Clinics
Local and Tribal Health Department Sites
- Grant County Health Department
- Monroe County Health Department
- St. Croix County Public Health
- City of Watertown Health Department
- Kenosha County Public Health
Private Provider Sites
- Community Pharmacy (Madison, WI)
- Rasmussen Village Pharmacy (Baldwin and Glenwood City, WI)
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.
- Para registrarse en Español para recibir la vacuna, llame al 844-684-1064.
- Xav rau npe kom tau tshuaj txhaj tiv thaiv kab mob ua Lus Hmoob, thov hu rau 844-684-1064.
- 使用简体中文进行疫苗注册，请致电 844-684-1064.
- हिंदी में वैक्सीन के लिए पंजीकरण करने के लिए, कृपया 844-684-1064 पर कॉल करें।.
- Si aad tallaalka isugu diiwaangeliso af Soomaali, fadlan soo garaac 844-684-1064.
Frequently Asked Questions
Below are frequently asked questions about the Wisconsin COVID-19 Vaccine Registry. If you cannot find answers to your questions below, call 211 for vaccine assistance.
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.
I had difficulty registering, could not finish my registration, or entered incorrect information in the vaccine registry questionnaire. How can I get personal assistance with my registration?
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, and can help you with 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.
At what age is a person eligible for a COVID-19 vaccine?
Anyone age 12 and older is currently eligible for a COVID-19 vaccine. Pfizer is the only COVID-19 vaccine authorized for individuals ages 12-17.
If I am under 18, what do I need to do to get a vaccine?
All DHS Community-Based Vaccination Clinics require a parent or guardian to be at the vaccination appointment with a person that is under 18. For more information about requirements at other vaccine locations, check at the specific vaccination site as a parent or guardian may need to be with you in order to get a vaccine.
How do I unsubscribe from the Wisconsin COVID-19 vaccine registry, and appointment alert emails?
The DHS vaccine hotline can assist you with unsubscribing from the vaccine registry. Please call 844-684-1064 (toll-free) for assistance.
DHS is currently working to create a self-service option to unsubscribe from vaccine registry emails.
Where can I find other vaccine resources?
Other vaccine resources are available on the DHS COVID-19 vaccine homepage.