Vaccine Distribution

To schedule a vaccine appointment with the health department, go to

To find other vaccination options, visit:

COVID-19 Vaccine Assistance Hotline Now Available!
For personal assistance with vaccine-related questions, please call: 844-684-1064
¿Tiene preguntas sobre la vacuna contra el COVID-19? Llame al 844-684-1064
Muaj lus nug txog qhov tshuaj tiv thaiv COVID-19? Hu rau 844-684-1064
对 COVID-19 疫苗是否有任何疑问?请致电 844-684-1064


Quick Q&A: 

  • Where can I get vaccinated? 
    • ​Here are resources for where you can get vaccinated.
  • I live outside of Washington and Ozaukee Counties. Can I get vaccinated? 
    • Please check with your local health department for vaccination options or visit
  • 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 [email protected] 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 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?
    • No, we are not currently keeping a waitlist
  • What should I do if I'm vaccinated and come in contact with someone who tests postive for COVID-19?
    • According to the CDC, "fully vaccinated people should still watch for symptoms of COVID-19, especially following an exposure to someone with suspected or confirmed COVID-19. If symptoms develop, all people – regardless of vaccination status – should isolate and be clinically evaluated for COVID-19, including SARS-CoV-2 testing, if indicated."

**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. 

Additional Resources: 
- How CDC Is Making COVID-19 Vaccination Recommendations

Emergency Use Authorization

Authorized & Recommended Vaccines

As COVID-19 vaccines are authorized and then recommended for use in the United States, it will be important to understand what is known about each vaccine. CDC will provide information on who is and is not recommended to receive each vaccine and what to expect after vaccination, as well as ingredients, safety, and effectiveness.

Currently, three vaccines are authorized and recommended to prevent COVID-19:                                                                      

  • ​​​​Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine
  • Moderna’s COVID-19 vaccine
  • Janssen/Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccine

Pfizer - Fact Sheet for Recipients and Caregivers
Pfizer - Fact Sheet for Healthcare Providers Administering Vaccine 
Pfizer - Hoja informativa para receptores y provedores de cuidado (Spanish)
Pfizer - Daim ntawv qhia tseeb rau cov neeg tau kev pab thiab cov neeg zov tu (Hmong)

Moderna - Fact Sheet for Recipients and Caregivers
Moderna - Fact Sheet for Healthcare Providers Administering Vaccine
Moderna - Hoja informativa para receptores de la vacuna (Spanish)

Moderna - Daim ntawv qhia tseeb rau cov neeg tau kev pab thiab cov neeg zov tu (Hmong)

Janssen/Johnson & Johnson - Fact Sheet for Recipients and Caregivers
Janssen/Johnson & Johnson - Fact Sheet for Healthcare Providers Administering Vaccine
Janssen/Johnson & Johnson - Hoja informativa para receptores y cuidadores (Spanish)
Janssen/Johnson & Johnson - Daim ntawv qhia tseeb rau cov neeg tau kev pab thiab cov neeg zov tu (Hmong)

Vaccine Benefits

We understand that some people may be concerned about getting vaccinated once a COVID-19 vaccine is available in the United States. While these vaccines are being developed as quickly as possible, routine processes and procedures remain in place to ensure the safety of any vaccine that is authorized or approved for use. Safety is a top priority, and there are many reasons to get vaccinated.

Facts about COVID-19 Vaccines

Learn more about the benefits of getting a COVID-19 vaccine here

Next Steps: After You Receive the COVID-19 Vaccine

Next Steps: 

  • Make a plan to get your second dose of the vaccine. 
  • Know the common side effects. 
  • Know when to call a health care provider. 
  • Sign up for v-safe
  • Find a safe place to keep your COVID-19 vaccination card. 

Next Steps Flyer      

What to Expect after Getting a COVID-19 Vaccine

After COVID-19 vaccination, you may have some side effects. This is a normal sign that your body is building protection. The side effects from COVID-19 vaccination may feel like flu and might even affect your ability to do daily activities, but they should go away in a few days. Learn more about what side effects to expect and get helpful tips on how to reduce pain and discomfort after your vaccination. 

Wisconsin Immunization Registry

The Wisconsin Immunization Registry, also called WIR, is an internet database that tracks vaccine records for Wisconsin children and adults.
WIR and similar systems are important tools to make sure that children and adults receive vaccines on time and reduce the time and money it takes to find old vaccine records.

Access Your or Your Child's Vaccination Records
Public vaccine record access allows people to look up their child's or their own vaccine record in WIR. Many people in Wisconsin receive vaccines from more than one doctor, or health care provider. Public access allows people to find their vaccine record quickly and efficiently no matter where they are in the state.

To access your or your child's immunization records you will need the person's first and last names, their date of birth, and either their Social Security number, Medicaid ID number, or their health care member ID number.

Step 1. Follow the links below to access the WIR public immunization records portal.   

English - Public Immunization Record Access
Spanish - Acceso Publico del Registro de Inmunización
Hmong - Tshawb Nrhiav Txog Kev Txhaj Tshuaj Cov Ntaub Ntawv

Step 2. On the next screen, enter the first name in the First Name field and last name in the Last Name field.

Step 3. Enter the birth date using the MM/DD/YYYY format in the Birth Date field, or use the pop-up calendar by clicking the calendar icon to the right of the field.

Step 4. Enter one of the following:

  • The person's Social Security number
  • Medicaid ID
  • Health Care member ID

Step 5. Click the Search button.
The next thing you will see is the vaccine record and a list of recommended vaccines that the person should receive. If you do not see a vaccine record, or you receive an error message, call your doctor's office.

Step 6. Click the Print button, if needed. You can give the printed record as proof of vaccination for child care, summer camp, school, university, or employment purposes.
To unlock your record or have your record sent to a third party, use the Wisconsin Immunization Registry Record Release Authorization

Vaccine Safety

En Espanol

The U.S. vaccine safety system ensures that all vaccines are as safe as possible. Learn more here: Ensuring the Safety of COVID-19 Vaccines in the United States


Learn more: Understanding mRNA COVID-19 Vaccines