COVID-19 Vaccine

covid-19 vaccine locations

Click here to search for COVID-19 vaccine locations by type of vaccine offered and within a certain distance of your location.

Click here for Oconto County vaccine locations.

Pfizer COVID-19 Vaccine School Clinics for Students Age 5-11

Oconto County Public Health will visit schools in Oconto County to provide FREE Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine to students age 5-11 at their school who have turned in a completed and signed consent form.  Please click HERE for more information.

oconto county status updates

11/29/2021: Were you recently exposed to someone with COVID-19?  If you are fully vaccinated (14 days since your 1 dose of J&J or 2 doses of Pfizer or Moderna), you do not need to quarantine, unless you have symptoms.  It is recommended that those who are fully vaccinated get tested 5-7 days after their exposure even without symptoms and wear a mask indoors in public for 14 days after exposure or until test result is negative.  Those who are not fully vaccinated need to quarantine.  Anyone with symptoms should get tested.  

11/22/2021: Oconto County Public Health will hold a COVID-19 vaccine booster dose clinic in Oconto in early December by appointment only.  Please call 920-834-6846 to schedule an appointment.  Remember that all adults are now eligible for a booster vaccine!  Click here to learn more.

11/17/2021: Pfizer recently requested that the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) authorize their COVID-19 booster shot for all American adults 18 and older.  The FDA is expected to make a decision on this request on Thursday 11/18/2021 and an advisory committee to the CDC is scheduled to meet on Friday 11/19/2021.  Please click HERE for more information on the CDC's upcoming advisory committee meeting.

11/11/2021: At our recent booster dose clinic, OCPH provided 77 booster doses of Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine.  OCPH would like to thank everyone who took time out of their day to attend our clinic and receive their COVID-19 booster vaccine!

11/5/2021: Oconto County Public Health (OCPH) is currently in a planning process to provide the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine to kids age 5-11 at the schools that want to make this available to their students on site.  At this time, we're looking at mid-December for the 1st dose and early January for the 2nd dose.  Please continue to watch this website for more information.  You can also visit vaccines.gov or call toll free 1-844-684-1064 to find a vaccine location near you.

11/4/2021: Anyone age 5 and older is now eligible for the COVID-19 vaccine.  Those that are age 5-17 are eligible only for the Pfizer vaccine.  If you are looking for a COVID-19 vaccine location near you for children age 5-11, please go to vaccines.gov.  At this time, Walgreens and CVS are accepting online appointments for kids age 5-11.  Bellin Health will start taking appointments on 11/5/2021 and Prevea Health will start taking appointments on 11/8/2021.  Click here for the Wisconsin Department of Health Services news release.

For previous status updates, click here.

COVID-19 vaccine for children

Click here for resources for parents/guardians about COVID-19 vaccination for children.

COVID-19 vaccination record

Click here for instructions for a COVID-19 vaccination record if you've lost your vaccination card.

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Press releases

12/22/2020 Oconto County Public Health COVID-19 Vaccine Press Release

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