The next drive-through vaccination clinic for Clark County will be on Thursday, January 21, 2021, located at the Owen-Withee-Curtiss Fire District, 100 Matthias Street, Curtiss, from 12:00 PM to 6:00 PM. COVID-19 vaccines will only be available for those listed below. At this time, vaccines are not available for the general public. Protocols put into place by the Wisconsin Department of Health Services (DHS) require administration to be limited to those part of Phase 1A, and the start of Phase 1B only. Those who are eligible to attend, please do not arrive prior to 11:30 AM for safety and traffic purposes. Please closely watch the CCHD’s Facebook page. If our vaccine supply is getting low, we will post a notice.
Phase 1A (All categories listed under Phase 1A)
Long-Term Care Residents
Phase 1A is defined on page 5 (Table 1) of the Wisconsin State Disaster Medical Advisory Committee (SDMAC).
Phase 1B (ONLY what is listed below)
Fire and Police
65+ Years Old
Clark County Health Department (CCHD) has been allotted Moderna vaccines for the week of 1/21/2021. Appointments are strongly recommended. Please see the link below to sign-up for an appointment. Walk-ins may be available on a first come, first serve basis. Priority will be given to those with appointments. Those without an appointment are not guaranteed a vaccine.
Those who sign up for an appointment are not guaranteed a dose if they do not meet the eligibility criteria.
Please review the available slots. Slots are limited per time period.
Sign up for 1 quantity (QTY) per person that would like to receive the vaccine.
Example: There is a van of 5 individuals. Sign up for a QTY of 5.
Please sign up for a time slot by 8:00am on the day of the drive through clinic. Those who do not sign up by 8:00 am are not guaranteed a vaccine.
Those who are vaccinated will be instructed by staff at the vaccine clinic to automatically schedule an appointment to receive their second vaccine dose. This is not available until arriving at the clinic.
As a reminder, those who are planning on receiving their second dose of a COVID-19 vaccination must receive it from the same manufacturer. Those who receive the Moderna vaccine must wait 28 days from their first vaccination before receiving a second dose, and those who receive the Pfizer vaccine must wait at least 21 days.
Clark County Health Department 517 Court Street, Room 105 | Neillsville, WI 54456
Phone: (715) 743-5105 | Fax: (715) 743-5115 | http://www.co.clark.wi.us/healthdepartment
Those who are eligible to attend will be required to provide proof of employment of affiliation and/or age (ID badge, recent paystub, etc.) and a driver’s license (if applicable), prior to receiving the vaccine.
**Please follow the instructions listed online which includes 3 simple steps.**
1. Review, complete, and print (if able) the fillable COVID-19 Administration Record. Please consult with your medical provider if needed, prior to receiving the vaccine, for any questions you may have.
2. Review the Moderna Emergency Use Authorization (EUA) Fact Sheet for Recipients
3. Review V-Safe Information Handout
4. Review FAQ About COVID-19 Vaccination: What Vaccine Recipients Need to Know
**Please bring the following items with you to the vaccination clinic.**
1. Driver’s license (if applicable)
2. Proof of employment or affiliation (ID badge, recent paystub, etc.)
3. Completed COVID-19 Administration Record
Please wear clothing that will easily allow the RN’s to administer the vaccine (t-shirt or a long sleeve that can be easily rolled to the upper arm to gain access to the deltoid muscle). You will be required to wait in your vehicle for 15 minutes post-vaccination for monitoring purposes. EMS will be on-site and assisting with the monitoring. Expect a potential wait time. Thank you in advance for your patience.
For updates on future clinics and eligibility, please visit the Clark County Website. Additionally, please check with your local pharmacy, healthcare provider, etc., so see if COVID-19 vaccines are being offered.