COVID-19 Vaccine Clinic Registration
Please use the link below to be added to our waitlist. The waitlist is intended for frontline health care personnel, police and fire personnel, individuals aged 65 years and older, school staff, and licensed child care facility staff.
Being added to the waitlist does NOT guarantee you will be vaccinated by the health department. Eligible persons on this list may be contacted via phone or email to sign up for an appointment. It may take several weeks before you are contacted.
We appreciate your patience as we work to get as many people vaccinated as possible.
COVID-19 Vaccine Assistance Hotline Now Available!
For personal assistance with vaccine-related questions, please call: 844-684-1064
Weekly Vaccine Allocation (first doses)
January 4 - 300
January 11 - 500
January 18 - 700
January 25 - 1,100
February 1 - 600
February 8 - 200
February 15 - 200
February 22 - 500 (prioritizing referrals for 65+ without access to technology) - We are not taking additional referrals at this time.
March 1 - 400 (prioritizing referrals for 65+ without access to technology) - We are not taking additional referrals at this time.
*The numbers above are the weekly vaccine dose allocations the health department has received from the WI Department of Health Services.
*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.
Click HERE for a list of vaccinators in Washington and Ozaukee Counties.
Who has been vaccinated?
Wisconsin is currently in Phase 1A and Phase 1B of vaccine prioritization. The Washington Ozaukee Public Health Department started vaccinating Phase 1A individuals on January 6th and Phase 1B individuals ages 65 and older on January 27th. Our vaccine clinics are by appointment only and are being made available on a weekly basis.
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. In 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 in newly eligible groups should not expect to get the vaccine right away.
For more information, check out our March 1 - Vaccine Eligibility FAQ.
- Individuals enrolled in Medicaid long-term care programs - April and May
- Some public-facing essential workers - April and May
- Non-frontline essential healthcare personnel - April and May
- Staff and residents of congregate living facilities - April and May
Vaccine is limited.
The health department will do its best to provide vaccine to as many individuals as possible. If you are able to receive vaccine through your primary healthcare provider’s office, a private pharmacy, or other entity, please do so.
- I am under the age of 65, but high-risk. Am I eligible? -
- You are not eligible at this time. We are awaiting further guidance from the State regarding high-risk and vulnerable populations. Continue to check back here for updates.
- I am eligible under Phase 1A. Do I get preference for receiving the vaccine above others?
- Not at this time. The health department is prioritizing both Phase 1A and individuals 65 years of age and older under Phase 1B.
- 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?
- We are not currently offering 2nd doses to individuals who were vaccinated by outside parties. This is because we only receive enough vaccine to provide 2nd doses to those who received their first dose with the health department. If you are looking for a 2nd dose, please go the provider who gave you the first dose. You may also check with your primary care provider, and some Walgreens, CVS, and Meijer locations.
- 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.
Please check our Vaccination Information page and Frequently Asked Questions for updates.
NEW Testing Services - Tuesday, December 8, 2020
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 email@example.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:
- Stay home and isolate for a minimum of 10 days after symptom onset. If you did not have symptoms and were tested, remain isolated for 10 days from the date of testing. For detailed instructions go to: Next Steps: after you are diagnosed with COVID-19.
- Notify your employer or school.
- Use tellyourcontacts.org to let others know they may have been exposed to COVID-19 and what they can do about it.
- Notifying Close Contacts
Questions? Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
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 Washington & Ozaukee Capacity Recommendations - December 2020