COVID-19: Vaccine

COVID-19 vaccines are safe, effective, free, and widely available. Everyone 12 and older is recommended to receive a COVID-19 vaccine. You do not need an ID or insurance to get a vaccine.


What do you want to know?

Learn more about the vaccine and how living protected from COVID-19 can help you get back to safely doing more of what you’ve missed during the pandemic. For myths and facts about COVID-19 vaccines, visit the CDC.

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Learn the facts

Get a better understanding of each of the available vaccines, the FDA clinical trials, and the safety monitoring systems that are in place. More on the facts.

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Find a vaccination appointment

One of the most effective ways to stop the spread of COVID-19 is to get vaccinated. Find a free appointment in your area. More on getting vaccinated.

 

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Information for parents and guardians

Protect the children in your life with practical safety tips or a COVID-19 vaccine shot that’s safe and effective for ages 12 and up. More on protecting kids.

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Are you pregnant or do you want kids in the future?

Strengthen your and your baby's circle of protection and get your COVID-19 vaccine today. More on vaccines before, during, and after pregnancy.

 

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Know what to expect

Get tips on preparing for your upcoming vaccination appointment. Know what to bring, learn about your vaccination card, and know possible side effects. More on what to expect.

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After you're fully vaccinated

Find out what it means to be fully vaccinated. It’s your best chance to get safely back to the people and experiences you love. More on living protected.

 

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Additional dose of vaccine

People who are moderately to severely immunocompromised are recommended to get an additional dose of an mRNA COVID-19 vaccine. More on additional doses.

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COVID-19 Vaccine partner resources

Help your community stay healthy. View toolkits and download the materials that you want.

 

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COVID-19 Vaccinators

Learn how to enroll to be an approved vaccinator in Wisconsin and find information about available vaccine products. Find information for COVID-19 vaccinators. 

 

Questions about the COVID-19 vaccine? Call 211 or 877-947-2211.

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

  • ¿Tiene preguntas sobre la vacuna contra el COVID-19? Llame al 211 o al 877-947-2211 (llamada gratuita).
  • Puas muaj lus nug txog qhov tshuaj tiv thaiv COVID-19? Hu 211 los sis 877-947-2211 (tus xov tooj hu dawb).
  • 如有关于 COVID-19 疫苗的问题,请拨打 211 或 877-947-2211(免费电话).
  • COVID-19 वैक्सीन के बारे में कुछ सवाल हैं? 211 या 877-947-2211 (टोल फ़्री) को कॉल करें।
  • Wixii su'aalo ku saabsan tallaalka COVID-19? Soo garaac 211 ama 877-947-2211 (lacag-la'aan).

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: September 7, 2021

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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