Get vaccinated with us or with another provider. Most people are eligible for boosters, including the new, bivalent booster.
Find answers to your COVID-19 questions
Testing. There are a number of options for testing in our community. At-home testing is also an option!
What to Do if You are Sick or Possibly Exposed. Read our recommendations for what to do if you are sick or possibly exposed, including reporting a positive result via an at-home test.
Data & Dashboard. In addition to the data dashboard, find monthly Data Snapshots.
Recommendations & Guidance. Learn ways for individuals and families to stay safe and find resources for businesses and workplaces.
Dane County’s COVID-19 Community Level is currently “Low”.
- How this is determined: This level is determined by the CDC, and can be low, medium, or high. Levels are calculated by looking at hospital beds being used, hospital admissions, and the total number of new COVID-19 cases in an area.
- What this means for our county: The levels are for setting community level actions. At this level, CDC recommends a number of strategies for our county, including encouraging people to stay up to date with COVID-19 vaccines and getting tested if they have symptoms.
- What this means for you: The levels are for setting community level actions but may help inform the personal choices you make. See our Recommendations and Guidance page for additional considerations. At the low community level, CDC recommends:
- Stay up to date on vaccination, including recommended booster doses.
- Maintain ventilation improvements.
- Avoid contact with people who have suspected or confirmed COVID-19.
- Follow recommendations for isolation if you have suspected or confirmed COVID-19.
- Follow the recommendations for what to do if you are exposed to someone with COVID-19.
- If you are at high risk of getting very sick, talk with your doctor about additional prevention actions.