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Wisconsin COVID-19 Vaccine Registry
Milwaukee Area Vaccination Seekers – the City of Milwaukee Health Department vaccination clinic locations (Northwest Health Center, South Side Health Center, and Menomonee Valley sites) are open for walk-ins only with on-site registration. You may complete the online registration here in advance. The last step of the online registration process is to select an appointment location, date, and time – since the City of Milwaukee sites operate exclusively on a walk-in basis, you do not need to complete this final step of the process. Other Milwaukee area locations may also accept walk-ins and have appointments available.
The Wisconsin Department of Health Services (DHS) supports the Center for Disease Control and Prevention’s (CDC) recommendations regarding COVID-19 vaccination as the best way to protect yourself and reduce the spread of the COVID-19 virus. The COVID-19 vaccine is free. Proof of insurance, ID, or citizenship are not required.
Primary Series - Everyone 6 months and older is eligible for the COVID-19 vaccine. The Primary Series includes one to three doses of Novavax, Moderna, Pfizer, or Johnson & Johnson
- Pfizer is available for anyone 6 months and older
- Individuals 6 months through 4 years of age receive a 3-dose series administered 21 days between the first and second dose, and 8 weeks between the second and third dose
- Individuals 5 years and older receive a 2-dose series administered 21 days apart
- Moderna is available for anyone 6 months and older and is a 2-dose series administered 28 days apart
- Novavax is available for anyone 12 years and older and is a 2-dose series administered 3-8 weeks apart
- Johnson & Johnson is available for anyone 18 years and older and is a 1-dose series, however, Novavax, Pfizer, or Moderna COVID-19 vaccines are preferred over Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccine in most situations
- In most cases, recipients are considered “Fully Vaccinated” 2 weeks after receiving their last primary series dose; Individuals with moderately to severely compromised immune systems may be eligible for an additional immunocompromised dose
Booster Doses - Everyone 5 years and older is eligible for a booster dose
- Original monovalent Pfizer continues to be available for anyone 5-11 years old at least 5 months after their last primary series dose
- New updated mRNA boosters for 12 years and older
- Bivalent Pfizer Booster dose is available for 12 years and older at least 2 months after completion of a monovalent primary series or booster
- Bivalent Moderna Booster dose is available for 18 years and older at least 2 months after completion of a monovalent primary series or booster
- Please note: Due to limited inventory, Bivalent Booster vaccines may not always be available at every location
DHS and CDC recommend that people with moderately to severely compromised immune systems receive an additional dose of mRNA COVID-19 vaccine at least 28 days after a second dose of Pfizer or Moderna vaccines. For more information on additional doses, visit the DHS COVID-19 Additional Vaccine Doses webpage.
For help with registering for an appointment or other vaccine registry assistance, please call 844-684-1064 (toll-free). For more information about the vaccine registry, including a list of participating locations, visit the Wisconsin Department of Health Services COVID-19 vaccine registry webpage.
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