Third Doses for Severely Immunocompromised People
Read our blog post for more information on the August 13 CDC recommendation regarding a third dose of vaccine for severely immunocompromised people.
- Everyone 12+ is eligible for vaccine in Wisconsin.
- More than 8 in every 10 eligible Dane County residents have already rolled up their sleeve for at least one dose of vaccine!
Public Health Madison & Dane County Clinics
- We offer vaccination at our South Madison and East Washington offices, in addition to hosting mobile vaccination clinics throughout the county.
- Appointments are recommended but not required. If you need help booking an appointment, please call (608) 242-6328.
- Free rides are available to Public Health Madison & Dane County offices for vaccination appointments. Call (608) 243-0420 to schedule a ride.
- 12 to 17 year olds are able to receive the Pfizer vaccine, but they must be accompanied by a parent or guardian when they arrive to be vaccinated. If this is not possible, a parent or guardian needs to be reachable by phone.
- Local businesses and sites. VaccineFinder allows you to easily find vaccine near you offered at pharmacies, healthcare providers, and community sites.
- Your healthcare provider. Some providers will vaccinate you, even if you are not their patient. Call your provider, or check a local healthcare provider’s website.
- UW-Madison. UW–Madison is vaccinating all eligible students, employees, and community members. See website for details.
- Vaccine for homebound residents. For Dane County residents who are homebound, we can assist with getting you vaccinated! Call ADRC at (608) 240-7400 for more information.
- Pop-up clinics. Lots of pop-up clinics are happening in Dane County! See our map to view some we know about. We're finalizing details for a number of clinics and adding more daily, so check back often! Is your public pop-up clinic missing? Let us know!
- The Wisconsin Department of Health Services is staffing a hotline to answer your vaccination questions. Wisconsinites can call (844) 684-1064 (toll-free) for personal assistance with questions.
- Our blog post helps you become a vaccine champion for your friends, family, and loved ones.
- Other sources of credible vaccine information:
If you get your first dose of any COVID-19 vaccine from a vaccine provider located in Wisconsin between August 20 through September 19, you get $100! See the Wisconsin Department of Health Services' website for more information on claiming your reward.
We cannot issue replacement COVID-19 vaccination cards. If you've lost your card, follow these instructions:
I was vaccinated in Wisconsin
You can access and print your entire vaccination record using the Wisconsin Immunization Registry (WIR). Your WIR record can be used in place of your vaccination card.
- If you have a social security number, Medicaid ID, or Health Care Member ID, you can access your record through the Public Immunization Record Access webpage.
- If you do not have one of these numbers, you can access your record one of two ways:
- Option 1: Fill out the Wisconsin Immunization Registry Record Release Authorization, F-02487 and have your records sent to you.
- Option 2: Ask the organization that vaccinated you to assign you a chart number in WIR. The chart number field is linked to the Health Care Member ID.
- Then, visit the Public Immunization Record Access webpage and enter the chart number assigned to you in the Health Care Member ID field.
I was vaccinated in another state
If you received your vaccination in another state, go to that state department of health website to determine how to get a copy of your record.