Current Vaccine Phase: 1A & 1B
Health Care Workers, Long-Term Care Residents, Police Departments, Fire Departments, and 65+
UPDATE 1/22/21 2:00 PM
The next drive-through vaccination clinic for Clark County will be on Thursday, January 28, 2021, located at the Greenwood Area Fire and EMS Department, 103 Cannery Street, Greenwood, from 10:00 AM to 4:00 PM. COVID-19 vaccines will be available for those listed below. At this time, vaccines are not available for the general public. See the full press release for details including how to register for an appointment.
Continue to monitor Facebook, the Clark County vaccination page, and press releases for upcoming vaccination clinic information, eligibility, etc. The Clark County vaccination page will also be updated as information is provided for other venues to receive a vaccinations (clinics, pharmacies, healthcare entities, etc.).
We expect a high call volume. Please be patient, as we are working through this large group of people who meet this new eligibility criteria. Our goal is to vaccinate as many people as possible, however this will take time. According to the DHS press release below, Wisconsin is currently receiving 70,000 vaccines a week, but the group of 65 and older are approximately 700,000 Wisconsinites. We appreciate everyone's patience!
Where can I get vaccinated?
COVID-19 Vaccine Locations
(Click location for more information)
DHS Launches COVID-19 Vaccine Data Page
The Wisconsin Department of Health Services (DHS) launched its new COVID-19 vaccine data page on 1/4/2021. Data shown includes summary metrics for allocation, shipment, and total vaccine administered, as well as a graph displaying the number of vaccinations administered per day. DHS plans to update these visualizations at 2 p.m. every Tuesday.
Steps to Take After COVID-19 Vaccination
CDC: 8 Things to Know
CDC: Benefits of Getting Vaccinated
WI DHS: Vaccine Prioritization Recommendations
WI DHS: State Vaccination Page
COVID-19 Vaccine Factsheets
COVID-19 V-Safe Information
Note: It is expected that vaccines will not become widely available to community members until later in 2021. An announcement will be made when vaccine supplies reach a point that allows partners to begin taking appointments and providing COVID-19 vaccinations to community members.