Last Updated: January 15, 2021


Adams

The local public health entity in your county does not currently have specific instructions, we suggest reaching out to that agency to let them know of your need.

Contact information for all county public health counties can be found here –click your county on the Wisconsin map to find contact information.

The Society will continue to communicate with these counties and update the information here as it becomes available.

Ashland

The local public health entity in your county does not currently have specific instructions, we suggest reaching out to that agency to let them know of your need.

Contact information for all county public health counties can be found here –click your county on the Wisconsin map to find contact information.

The Society will continue to communicate with these counties and update the information here as it becomes available.

Barron

The local public health entity in your county does not currently have specific instructions, we suggest reaching out to that agency to let them know of your need.

Contact information for all county public health counties can be found here –click your county on the Wisconsin map to find contact information.

The Society will continue to communicate with these counties and update the information here as it becomes available.

Bayfield

The local public health entity in your county does not currently have specific instructions, we suggest reaching out to that agency to let them know of your need.

Contact information for all county public health counties can be found here –click your county on the Wisconsin map to find contact information.

The Society will continue to communicate with these counties and update the information here as it becomes available.

Brown

For vaccine information from Prevea, please contact covidvaccine@prevea.com.

Buffalo

The local public health entity in your county does not currently have specific instructions, we suggest reaching out to that agency to let them know of your need.

Contact information for all county public health counties can be found here –click your county on the Wisconsin map to find contact information.

The Society will continue to communicate with these counties and update the information here as it becomes available.

Burnett

The local public health entity in your county does not currently have specific instructions, we suggest reaching out to that agency to let them know of your need.

Contact information for all county public health counties can be found here –click your county on the Wisconsin map to find contact information.

The Society will continue to communicate with these counties and update the information here as it becomes available.

Calumet

The local public health entity in your county does not currently have specific instructions, we suggest reaching out to that agency to let them know of your need.

Contact information for all county public health counties can be found here –click your county on the Wisconsin map to find contact information.

The Society will continue to communicate with these counties and update the information here as it becomes available.

Chippewa

Please contact kkelm@co.chippewa.wi.us. For vaccine information from Prevea, please contact covidvaccine@prevea.com.

Clark

Clark County encourages individuals to closely monitor their website for the vaccination efforts of Clark County Public Health and our Facebook page for updates on vaccine availability.

Columbia

The local public health entity in your county does not currently have specific instructions, we suggest reaching out to that agency to let them know of your need.

Contact information for all county public health counties can be found here –click your county on the Wisconsin map to find contact information.

The Society will continue to communicate with these counties and update the information here as it becomes available.

Crawford
Dane

For unaffiliated Tier 1a health care providers who either live in Dane County or provide the health care services that qualify them for Tier 1a inside Dane County follow the directions under “Tier 1a Information” header here.

It is a 3-step process:

  1. Employers fill out the “interest survey” and then receive instructions on how to submit names
  2. Employers upload staff names
  3. PHMDC pools all unaffiliated Tier 1a and randomly selects names to receive appointment invitations
Dodge

The local public health entity in your county does not currently have specific instructions, we suggest reaching out to that agency to let them know of your need.

Contact information for all county public health counties can be found here –click your county on the Wisconsin map to find contact information.

The Society will continue to communicate with these counties and update the information here as it becomes available.

Door

Door County recently distributed a public survey asking for anyone in the county who falls into category 1a to complete. They are compiling a list of those to be contacts regarding vaccine clinics for category 1a. For those who did not complete the survey, the best way to communicate with that office is to email publichealth@co.door.wi.us.

Douglas

Please email your contact information, organization and role to Kathy.Ronchi@douglascountywi.org.

Dunn

Please fill out this spreadsheet and return it to kquilling@co.dunn.wi.us.

Eau Claire

Any practitioners located in Eau Claire County should fill out the survey available here. For more information click here.

Florence

The local public health entity in your county does not currently have specific instructions, we suggest reaching out to that agency to let them know of your need.

Contact information for all county public health counties can be found here –click your county on the Wisconsin map to find contact information.

The Society will continue to communicate with these counties and update the information here as it becomes available.

Fond du Lac

The local public health entity in your county does not currently have specific instructions, we suggest reaching out to that agency to let them know of your need.

Contact information for all county public health counties can be found here –click your county on the Wisconsin map to find contact information.

The Society will continue to communicate with these counties and update the information here as it becomes available.

Forest

The local public health entity in your county does not currently have specific instructions, we suggest reaching out to that agency to let them know of your need.

Contact information for all county public health counties can be found here –click your county on the Wisconsin map to find contact information.

The Society will continue to communicate with these counties and update the information here as it becomes available.

Grant

Please contact jkindrai@co.grant.wi.gov.

Green

Please visit Green County’s COVID-19 Vaccine webpage here, where there are instructions on how to get in contact with the county representatives responsible for coordinating vaccinations via a brief online survey.

Green Lake

Please contact adavey@co.green-lake.wi.us.

Iowa

Please contact sue.matye@iowacounty.org.

Iron

The local public health entity in your county does not currently have specific instructions, we suggest reaching out to that agency to let them know of your need.

Contact information for all county public health counties can be found here –click your county on the Wisconsin map to find contact information.

The Society will continue to communicate with these counties and update the information here as it becomes available.

Jackson

The local public health entity in your county does not currently have specific instructions, we suggest reaching out to that agency to let them know of your need.

Contact information for all county public health counties can be found here –click your county on the Wisconsin map to find contact information.

The Society will continue to communicate with these counties and update the information here as it becomes available.

Jefferson

Jefferson County organizations who employ individuals that meet the Tier 1a definition and are not yet matched with a vaccinator submit their information via a survey, which they will provide to you. In order to receive this survey and register for the 1a tier, you must email Vaccine@jeffersoncountywi.gov.

Jefferson County Health Department will follow-up with organizations to collect information of individuals eligible for vaccine. As vaccine becomes available, individuals will be matched with appointments. This process may take some time.

Juneau

The local public health entity in your county does not currently have specific instructions, we suggest reaching out to that agency to let them know of your need.

Contact information for all county public health counties can be found here –click your county on the Wisconsin map to find contact information.

The Society will continue to communicate with these counties and update the information here as it becomes available.

Kenosha

Please register here to sign up for one of the Kenosha County health department’s doses.

Slots will fill up fast, but we will have more in the coming weeks and will continue to send registration links. Please DO NOT forward this link to anyone.

A consent form should be completed in advance and brought to the appointment, and the EUA should be read prior to arrival. V-Safe information you will need post-vaccine can be found here.

Kewaunee

The local public health entity in your county does not currently have specific instructions, we suggest reaching out to that agency to let them know of your need.

Contact information for all county public health counties can be found here –click your county on the Wisconsin map to find contact information.

The Society will continue to communicate with these counties and update the information here as it becomes available.

La Crosse

Independent physicians in La Crosse County should fill out this form.

Lafayette

Please contact the Lafayette County Health Department directly by calling 608.776.4895.

Langlade

The local public health entity in your county does not currently have specific instructions, we suggest reaching out to that agency to let them know of your need.

Contact information for all county public health counties can be found here –click your county on the Wisconsin map to find contact information.

The Society will continue to communicate with these counties and update the information here as it becomes available.

Lincoln
Manitowoc

The Manitowoc County Health Department has received 300 doses of the Moderna COVID-19 vaccine for the week of January 4th. These vaccines are available to patient-facing health care workers and persons working directly with infectious material containing SARS-COV-2 virus, including paramedics, emergency medical technicians, emergency medical responders, school nurses, home care, hospice, therapists, behavioral health, chiropractors, optometrists, dentists, coroners and morticians.

You will not be able to receive the vaccine if you meet any of the following conditions:

  • You are sick with fever, cough, shortness of breath, or nausea/vomiting in the last 24 hours
  • You are currently in isolation or quarantine due to COVID-19
  • You have ever received a dose of any COVID-19 vaccine
  • You have had a severe allergic reaction (anaphylaxis) to a vaccine
  • You have received antibody therapy or convalescent plasma for COVID-19 treatment in the past 90 days
  • You have received any vaccine (e.g. flu vaccine) in the past 14 days

Vaccines will be administered at the Manitowoc County Expo Center, 4921 Expo Dr, Manitowoc, WI, in the Marchant Building. Enter at the main gate at Vista & Expo Dr, park in the lot near the Merchant Building, and enter the main doors of the Merchant Building.

Please click here to schedule an appointment. Each person receiving a vaccine must be scheduled using this link and arrive at the time indicated.

A consent form and attestation form should be completed in advance and brought with you to the appointment to speed up the process.

This Advocate Aurora Health letter is another option for Manitowoc County frontline, patient-facing personnel in phase 1a. Individuals are required to bring an ID badge proving eligibility. Email Cheryl Stoeckigt-Parra regarding questions about this Advocate Aurora opportunity.


Marathon

Please go to the Marathon County Health Department COVID-19 Vaccination page here. It is being updated as information becomes available.

Marinette

For vaccine information from Prevea, please contact covidvaccine@prevea.com.

Marquette

The local public health entity in your county does not currently have specific instructions, we suggest reaching out to that agency to let them know of your need.

Contact information for all county public health counties can be found here –click your county on the Wisconsin map to find contact information.

The Society will continue to communicate with these counties and update the information here as it becomes available.

Menominee

The local public health entity in your county does not currently have specific instructions, we suggest reaching out to that agency to let them know of your need.

Contact information for all county public health counties can be found here –click your county on the Wisconsin map to find contact information.

The Society will continue to communicate with these counties and update the information here as it becomes available.

Milwaukee

Milwaukee's Unified Emergency Operations Center (UEOC), made up of the 19 municipalities in Milwaukee County along with the public health officers, health care providers and public safety officers within the County, formed in March of 2020. The Mission of the UEOC effort is to coordinate and elevate a unified multi-sector public health response to COVID-19’s direct and indirect effects, with emphasis on affected vulnerable populations – in collaboration with key sectors in Milwaukee County.

The UEOC has a COVID-19 Vaccine Coordinating Committee and a number of subgroups. UEOC has stood-up a “clearinghouse” to facilitate matching unaffiliated 1a organizations and/or individuals with COVID-19 vaccine. Individuals and organization can sign-up by visiting HealthyMke. UEOC is requesting that anyone in Milwaukee County use this platform so, they can have a coordinated effort to provide all of Milwaukee County’s phase 1a providers with vaccine. It is important to understand that vaccine supply remains limited at this time. UEOC asks for patience as they work to get everyone matched.

City of West Allis
At this time the West Allis Health Department is working to connect with unaffiliated health care personnel who qualify for Phase 1a of the COVID-19 vaccine.

There is vaccine information on the city of West Allis website. Unaffiliated health care personnel can fill out this form to express interest in receiving the vaccine. Please contact ksutton@westalliswi.gov with member information or other questions.

Monroe
Oconto

Please contact Beth Earley by calling 920.834.7084 or emailing beth.earley@co.oconto.wi.us.

Oneida

The local public health entity in your county does not currently have specific instructions, we suggest reaching out to that agency to let them know of your need.

Contact information for all county public health counties can be found here –click your county on the Wisconsin map to find contact information.

The Society will continue to communicate with these counties and update the information here as it becomes available.

Outagamie

The local public health entity in your county does not currently have specific instructions, we suggest reaching out to that agency to let them know of your need.

Contact information for all county public health counties can be found here –click your county on the Wisconsin map to find contact information.

The Society will continue to communicate with these counties and update the information here as it becomes available.

Ozaukee

The Washington Ozaukee Public Health Department is registered as a Vaccinator with DHS. The health department is prepared to vaccinate health care providers within the 1a designation who do not have access to the vaccine through their own provider or a health care system. It is unclear if and when the health department will receive vaccine or how many doses will be delivered. When the health department does receive vaccine, we want to assure we are prepared to distribute it to individuals within the 1a designation.

In order to ensure Ozaukee Washington County has the information needed, please complete a brief survey as soon as possible.

This request is strictly for individuals within the 1a designation (dentists, dental hygienists/assistants, behavioral health practitioners, chiropractors, home health services/hospice, independent therapists (physical, speech, occupational), school nurses/nurse aides, and transportation services). We recognize we do not have an exhaustive list of contact information, so please feel free to share with your professional colleagues.

Once vaccine is available, you will likely receive a time sensitive email asking your staff to report to our vaccination clinic within 24-48 hours. Agencies contacted to receive vaccine will have one opportunity to respond. We will vaccinate individuals who fall into 1a who live and/or work in our counties.

Please also check the Vaccination Information webpage for updates and email covid19@washozwi.gov with any questions.

Pepin

Please contact hstewart@co.pepin.wi.us.

Pierce

Independent health care workers are asked to call Pierce County Public Health Department’s health care worker vaccination direct line at 715.307.9575. Pierce County will then verify your license or credential and gather your contact information.

If a health care worker is employed as part of a health care system, clinic, pharmacy, or dental office, we ask that they speak with their employer about the plan to receive vaccine.

Polk

Any unaffiliated 1a workers in Polk County should contact the Public Health Department at 715.485.8400 to have their name added to the list. They will be notified when and where a vaccine is available and the next steps to schedule.

Portage

The local public health entity in your county does not currently have specific instructions, we suggest reaching out to that agency to let them know of your need.

Contact information for all county public health counties can be found here –click your county on the Wisconsin map to find contact information.

The Society will continue to communicate with these counties and update the information here as it becomes available.

Price

The local public health entity in your county does not currently have specific instructions, we suggest reaching out to that agency to let them know of your need.

Contact information for all county public health counties can be found here –click your county on the Wisconsin map to find contact information.

The Society will continue to communicate with these counties and update the information here as it becomes available.

Racine

Central Racine County Health Department (CRCHD) requests Racine County independent physicians fill out a Phase 1A survey if they have not already found a vaccination site.

CRCHD will follow up to collect names and contact information of individuals eligible for the vaccine. Individuals will be matched with appointments as the vaccine becomes available.

Richland

The local public health entity in your county does not currently have specific instructions, we suggest reaching out to that agency to let them know of your need.

Contact information for all county public health counties can be found here –click your county on the Wisconsin map to find contact information.

The Society will continue to communicate with these counties and update the information here as it becomes available.

Rock

The local public health entity in your county does not currently have specific instructions, we suggest reaching out to that agency to let them know of your need.

Contact information for all county public health counties can be found here –click your county on the Wisconsin map to find contact information.

The Society will continue to communicate with these counties and update the information here as it becomes available.

Rusk

The local public health entity in your county does not currently have specific instructions, we suggest reaching out to that agency to let them know of your need.

Contact information for all county public health counties can be found here –click your county on the Wisconsin map to find contact information.

The Society will continue to communicate with these counties and update the information here as it becomes available.

St. Croix

The local public health entity in your county does not currently have specific instructions, we suggest reaching out to that agency to let them know of your need.

Contact information for all county public health counties can be found here –click your county on the Wisconsin map to find contact information.

The Society will continue to communicate with these counties and update the information here as it becomes available.

Sauk

The local public health entity in your county does not currently have specific instructions, we suggest reaching out to that agency to let them know of your need.

Contact information for all county public health counties can be found here –click your county on the Wisconsin map to find contact information.

The Society will continue to communicate with these counties and update the information here as it becomes available.

Sawyer

The local public health entity in your county does not currently have specific instructions, we suggest reaching out to that agency to let them know of your need.

Contact information for all county public health counties can be found here –click your county on the Wisconsin map to find contact information.

The Society will continue to communicate with these counties and update the information here as it becomes available.

Shawano

The local public health entity in your county does not currently have specific instructions, we suggest reaching out to that agency to let them know of your need.

Contact information for all county public health counties can be found here –click your county on the Wisconsin map to find contact information.

The Society will continue to communicate with these counties and update the information here as it becomes available.

Sheboygan

In order to ensure Sheboygan County has the information needed for your agency to access vaccine, we ask that you complete a brief survey.

If you have any questions or concerns please reach out to Sheboygan County Public Health Emergency Preparedness Coordinator Jenny Vorpagel at jennifer.vorpagel@sheboygancounty.com or 920.459.3265.

Taylor

The local public health entity in your county does not currently have specific instructions, we suggest reaching out to that agency to let them know of your need.

Contact information for all county public health counties can be found here –click your county on the Wisconsin map to find contact information.

The Society will continue to communicate with these counties and update the information here as it becomes available.

Trempealeau

The local public health entity in your county does not currently have specific instructions, we suggest reaching out to that agency to let them know of your need.

Contact information for all county public health counties can be found here –click your county on the Wisconsin map to find contact information.

The Society will continue to communicate with these counties and update the information here as it becomes available.

Vernon

The local public health entity in your county does not currently have specific instructions, we suggest reaching out to that agency to let them know of your need.

Contact information for all county public health counties can be found here –click your county on the Wisconsin map to find contact information.

The Society will continue to communicate with these counties and update the information here as it becomes available.

Vilas

Please contact ladreg@vilascountywi.gov.

Walworth

Up-to-date COVID-19 vaccine information for Walworth County can be found here. Vaccine updates and registration information will be posted there when available.

Washburn

The local public health entity in your county does not currently have specific instructions, we suggest reaching out to that agency to let them know of your need.

Contact information for all county public health counties can be found here –click your county on the Wisconsin map to find contact information.

The Society will continue to communicate with these counties and update the information here as it becomes available.

Washington

The Washington Ozaukee Public Health Department is registered as a Vaccinator with DHS. The health department is prepared to vaccinate health care providers within the 1a designation who do not have access to the vaccine through their own provider or a health care system. It is unclear if and when the health department will receive vaccine or how many doses will be delivered. When the health department does receive vaccine, we want to assure we are prepared to distribute it to individuals within the 1a designation.

In order to ensure Ozaukee Washington County has the information needed, please complete a brief survey as soon as possible.

This request is strictly for individuals within the 1a designation (dentists, dental hygienists/assistants, behavioral health practitioners, chiropractors, home health services/hospice, independent therapists (physical, speech, occupational), school nurses/nurse aides, and transportation services). We recognize we do not have an exhaustive list of contact information, so please feel free to share with your professional colleagues.

Once vaccine is available, you will likely receive a time sensitive email asking your staff to report to our vaccination clinic within 24-48 hours. Agencies contacted to receive vaccine will have one opportunity to respond. We will vaccinate individuals who fall into 1a who live and/or work in our counties.

Please also check the Vaccination Information webpage for updates and email covid19@washozwi.gov with any questions.

Waukesha

Waukesha County Public Health is reaching out to you and other local health care providers as we work to vaccinate our community against COVID-19. This is a historic effort, and we ask you to join us in partnership to safely and efficiently protect the population from this virus so that our community and economy can begin to return to normal.

Please answer the short survey below to help us identify priority individuals who should be vaccinated in group 1a and connect your organization and eligible staff with access to the vaccine.

If your group 1a organization is a health care provider or long-term care facility that is requesting vaccine access, please take this survey so that the County can match your organization with a vaccinator.

Waukesha County Public Health also encourages all unaffiliated agencies to consider becoming a registered vaccinator with the State. Becoming a registered vaccinator would allow for unaffiliated organizations to directly order and administer vaccine for their staff.

Waupaca

The local public health entity in your county does not currently have specific instructions, we suggest reaching out to that agency to let them know of your need.

Contact information for all county public health counties can be found here –click your county on the Wisconsin map to find contact information.

The Society will continue to communicate with these counties and update the information here as it becomes available.

Waushara

The local public health entity in your county does not currently have specific instructions, we suggest reaching out to that agency to let them know of your need.

Contact information for all county public health counties can be found here –click your county on the Wisconsin map to find contact information.

The Society will continue to communicate with these counties and update the information here as it becomes available.

Winnebago

Click here for Winnebago County’s information specifically for group 1a vaccine distribution.

Wood

The local public health entity in your county does not currently have specific instructions, we suggest reaching out to that agency to let them know of your need.

Contact information for all county public health counties can be found here –click your county on the Wisconsin map to find contact information.

The Society will continue to communicate with these counties and update the information here as it becomes available.