Mission
The mission of Washington Ozaukee Public Health Department is to improve the quality of life by
promoting, protecting, and enhancing the health and well-being of the public.



Vision
To be innovators in fostering healthy people, places and communities.

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Coronavirus (COVID-19) Information & Updates


COVID-19 Vaccine Clinic Information

 

Please visit the link below to sign up for an appointment: 

https://bookwophd.timetap.com/

 

*We are ONLY providing the Moderna vaccine at this time.*

Please check our Vaccination Information Page for information about the vaccines, vaccine safety, and what you should do after you're vaccinated.  Currently only the Pfizer vaccine is approved for 16-17 year olds.  To find vaccinators offering Pfizer, please visit https://vaccinefinder.org 


COVID-19 Vaccine Assistance Hotline Now Available!
For personal assistance with vaccine-related questions, please call: 844-684-1064
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对 COVID-19 疫苗是否有任何疑问?请致电 844-684-1064
 

*The health department is only responsible for vaccinating about 15% of the general population per State guidance. Please be sure to exhaust all options when it comes to getting your vaccine. We have listed a number of additional vaccinators below for your reference. We will update the list below as we get more information. 

 

COVID-19 Vaccinators
Click HERE for a list of vaccinators in Washington and Ozaukee Counties. 




To schedule an appointment, please view Midland Health’s online scheduler at https://onsitehealthtesting.com/signup/mch  and search for: Mequon City Hall, 11333 Cedarburg Rd, Mequon, WI.  To be fully vaccinated, individuals will need two shots over a three-week period. Participants will be able to register for a second vaccine dose at the same time they register for the first dose, and a second dose will automatically be sent to Midland for administration. For questions or help with the scheduler, please call Midland Health at 262-754-3130.

Vaccinations will be provided at no cost to individuals, but insurance will be billed for a vaccination administration fee. Individuals should bring a copy of their photo ID and an insurance, Medicare or Medicaid card if they have one, and a completed Midland Health consent form. Those without insurance will also be eligible for the shot. Individuals should also consider planning ahead because the Pfizer vaccine that will be administered, which requires two doses. Midland Health’s consent form is available at www.ci.mequon.wi.us/sites/default/files/fileattachments/community/page/23121/form.pdf.

General information about the vaccine can be found on the Centers for Disease Control’s website at www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/vaccines/different-vaccines/Pfizer-BioNTech.html.

For those without access to a computer, all necessary forms will be available at City Hall.

Additional Information: For inquiries about the clinics or questions about the vaccine, please contact Midland Health at (262) 754-3130. For other questions, please contact Lina Prosser at the City of Mequon by telephone at (262) 236-2941 or email at lprosser@ci.mequon.wi.us.

Who is eligible to receive vaccine now?
The Washington Ozaukee Public Health Department is currently providing vaccine for eligible individuals  per recommendations from the WI Department of Health Services.

I
n priority order:

  • Frontline health care personnel
  • Residents of nursing homes and long-term care facilities
  • Police and fire personnel
  • People ages 65 and older
  • Education and licensed child care facilities
  • Individuals enrolled in Medicaid long-term care programs
  • Some public-facing essential workers
  • Non-frontline essential healthcare personnel
  • Staff and residents of congregate living facilities 
  • Individuals ages 18 and older with underlying health conditions
    • For list of underlying health conditions, click here
  • All individuals ages 18 and older

Quick Q&A: 

  • Where can I get vaccinated? 
    • ​Here are resources for where you can get vaccinated when you are eligible.
  • I live outside of Washington and Ozaukee Counties. Can I get vaccinated? 
    • Please check with your local health department for vaccination options. 
  • I received my first dose outside of the Washington Ozaukee Public Health Department. Can I get my second dose here? 
    • If you are unable to receive your 2nd dose at the provider in which you received your 1st, please email us at covid19@washozwi.gov. Please provide your name, phone number, and email address. We will also ask you to bring proof of your first vaccine to your appointment. We are only able to provide the Moderna vaccine at this time. We do not know if/when we will receive Pfizer or Johnson & Johnson. We will do our best to fullfill as many 2nd dose requests as possible. However, please be aware that availability may change. 
  • Is there a waitlist? 
    • ​Yes, we are currently keeping a waitlist of those eligible as a health care worker, first responder, individuals age 65+, and education and licensed child care staff. Eligible persons can add contact information to the list here: https://form.jotform.com/210616326165147  
  • I signed up to receive email updates. I have not heard anything. ​
    • We are no longer sending email updates as all information is now on our website. 
  • I work for a restaurant. Am I eligible? 
    • ​Yes, you are eligible as part of the food supply chain. 

COVID-19 Testing

Washington and Ozaukee Counties have partnered with Curative, Inc. to provide free oral COVID-19 testing at Washington County Fair Park and Ozaukee County Fairgrounds. Testing is available Monday through Friday. The tests are self-administered PCR oral swabs; results are texted or e-mailed within 48 hours. Due to delays, results may take up to 72 hours at times. Testing is open from 8am – 4pm on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays, and 10am – 6pm on Tuesdays and Thursdays at each location. Residents will need to register ahead of time in order to guarantee a test and bring their insurance cards and a photo ID. Testing is free, with no out-of-pocket costs. Individuals without insurance will not be turned away. Appointments can be scheduled online through Curative’s website: www.curative.com 

Results can be obtained via the following: 
1. Test results will be delivered via email and text as soon as they are available. Due to delays, results may take up to 72 hours. 
2. Email Curative at support@curativeinc.com 
3. Call Curative at 888-702-9042 - There may be wait times. 
4. Enter your appointment reference number here to find your results. 
5. Contact Curative via their "Contact Us" page - Click the three blue lines on top left of screen, Click "Support," Click "Contact Us" and enter your request for results. 

Washington County Fair Park Map
Ozaukee County Fairgrounds Map 

If you test positive, we need you to do the following:
Quick Links

Questions? Email us at covid19@washozwi.gov 
Concerns? Please complete and submit our COVID-19 Concern/Complaint Form
Disclaimer: Due to a large volume of calls and emails, response times may be delayed. If you email us to file a complaint, the health department will document the complaint and only follow up if necessary. 

For COVID-19 Vaccine Information, click HERE
For Close Contact/Quarantine Letters, click HERE. 
For CDC Quarantine Guidelines, click HERE
For End of Isolation/Release Letters, click HERE
For Testing Information & Resources, click HERE
For General COVID-19 Information & Updates, click HERE.
For School Guidance, click HERE
For Industry & Child Care Facility Guidance, click HERE
To contact the WI Department of Health Services, please email: DHSCOVIDVACCINEPUBLIC@dhs.wisconsin.gov
For DHS Capacity Recommendations  

For Reopening Resource Guide, click HERE. 

Coronavirus (COVID-19) Data

COVID-19 Risk Status


Burden is the total number of COVID-19 cases per 100,000 Wisconsin residents in the last two weeks.​
Data retrieved from: https://www.dhs.wisconsin.gov/covid-19/local.htm


Data Dashboard
Attention: Due to Waukesha County Judge Lloyd V. Carter's injunction against the release of outbreak information and the hearing on November 30, 2020, the Washington Ozaukee Public Health Department has suspended the release of similar information. 

Data shown above are subject to change. As individual cases are investigated by public health, there may be corrections to the status and details of cases that result in changes to this information.

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