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COVID-19 Vaccine Information
COVID-19 Vaccines are currently readily available in many locations across the Region and the State of Wisconsin for all ages 5 and up. For more vaccine information you can visit WI DHS COVID-19 Vaccination Data Page.
Who is eligible?
Anyone ages 5 and older are now currently eligible in the state of Wisconsin for their initial vaccine series.
- Pfizer approved for ages 5 years or older
- Moderna approved for ages 18 years or older
- Johnson & Johnson/Janssen approved for ages 18 years or older
Everyone 12 years and older is recommended to get a booster does for the best protection against COVID-19 and circulating variants
- At least 2 months after a Johnson & Johnson COVID vaccine.
- At least 5 months*after your second dose of a Pfizer or Moderna primary vaccine series.
*Individuals 12 years or older who are moderately to severely immunocompromised should get a booster dose
- Three months after third (additional) dose of Pfizer or Moderna COVID-19 vaccine - for a total of four doses.
- Two months after second (additional) dose if the first dose was a Johnson & Johnson vaccine - for a total of three doses.
Second Booster Dose
Some individual have the option to receive a second booster dose of Pfizer or Moderna 4 months after their first booster dose.
- 50 years or older
- 18 years or older and received both a first dose and booster dose of Johnson & Johnson
- 12 years or older and moderately to severely immunocompromised (for example, due to cancer treatment, HIV infection, organ transplant, or a medical condition like DiGeorge syndrome).
CDC recommends people receive an mRNA COVID-19 vaccine (like Pfizer or Moderna) over Johnson & Johnson’s COVID-19 vaccine in most situations(link is external). Currently, people 12-17 years old can only get a Pfizer booster dose. Children ages 11 years and younger are currently not authorized to receive a COVID-19 vaccine booster dose.
Where You Can Receive the COVID-19 Vaccine
Amery Hospital and Clinic
HealthPartners will notify Amery Hospital & Clinic patients via email when they are eligible to schedule their COVID-19 vaccination. AHC is inviting people to schedule appointments as they are able, based on both state guidelines and current vaccine supply. Sign in to your account at healthpartners.com/my/account. *AHC will contact patients without an online account by mail or phone.
Burnett Medical Center
BMC asks that you complete this COVID-19 Vaccination Form OR call the COVID-19 phone number at 715-463-7245 where you will leave a voicemail with your name, date of birth, and primary phone number. If you completed the form OR left us a voicemail, know that you have been added to our wait list and you will call you back when we have vaccines available and/or you are eligible. BMC will be scheduling patients first come, first serve, based on the amount of vaccine we receive and patient’s eligibility. If you cannot be scheduled at this time, you will remain on the BMC list and be called when the vaccine is available.
Essentia Health Clinics - Spooner Essentia Health Patients will be receiving notifications through their My Chart/My Health accounts for when they are able to schedule and appointment for the COVID-19 Vaccine. If Essentia patients do not have My Chart/ My Health , they are encouraged to sign-up for that service through their provider.
Marshfield Clinic Health System
MCHS is encouraging everyone to go on to website and take the COVID-19 vaccine survey. Fill out their information and then an appointment coordinator will call to schedule the appointment. Enroll yourself for the COVID-19 vaccine or call 877-998-0880.
Mayo Clinic Health System
Mayo Clinic Health Systems is directing those who are looking at scheduling a COVID-19 vaccination appointment with Mayo Clinic Health System to the COVID-19 Vaccination Appointment Phases website.
Osceola Medical Center
OMC is currently offering the COVID-19 vaccine by appointment only. Please go to MyOMC.org for information on vaccination clinics.
St. Croix Regional Medical Center
St. Croix Regional Medical Center knows that many patients are very excited about receiving their COVID-19 vaccine. SCRMC patients can now fill out our COVID-19 vaccine form. If you do not have internet access, please call 715-202-5547 for assistance.
***This page is updated as the information is made known to Public Health.***
Yellow River Pharmacy
As of 4/23/2021, Yellow River Pharmacy will no longer be accepting appointments for first doses of the COVID vaccine. If the status changes it will be noted here.
Wood River Pharmacy
Currently vaccinating eligible residents. To schedule an appointment, call 715-463-2525.