a person gets a vaccine and a healthcare worker applies a bandageEveryone 6 months and older is eligible for vaccine in Wisconsin.

Most people ages six months and older are eligible for the new, bivalent vaccine boosters. On April 19, the CDC simplified vaccine guidelines for most people:

  • Adults age 65 and older and immunocompromised people can get an additional COVID-19 bivalent booster dose.
  • Monovalent (original) COVID-19 mRNA vaccines will no longer be recommended for use in the U.S.
  • People ages 6 years and older who have already received an updated bivalent mRNA vaccine do not need to take any action unless they are 65 years or older or immunocompromised.
  • For young children, CDC continues to recommend multiple doses which will vary by age, vaccine, and which vaccines were previously received.

As of May 8, our clinics are now able to provide these updated doses. If you're eligible, visit us at one of our clinics

Where can I be vaccinated?

There are lots of options for finding your dose:

  • With us: Our East Washington and South Madison offices, as well as our mobile clinics, offer vaccines. Learn more.
  • At a pharmacy: Local pharmacies offer appointments for vaccination.
  • At your doctor's office: Check if your provider is offering COVID vaccinations in their office.
  • At Vaccines.gov: This website has details for thousands of vaccine providers. 

Vaccinations from Public Health Madison & Dane County 

Book an appointment 

  • Vaccine appointments for people 6 months+ are available at our East Washington Office and our South Madison Office. We recommend appointments at our South Madison & East Washington clinics. We accept walk-ins, but availability is not guaranteed. If you need help booking an appointment, please call (608) 242-6328.
  • People under 18 must have a parent or guardian with them when they arrive to be vaccinated. If this is not possible, they must be reachable by phone.
  • If you have a COVID-19 vaccine card, please bring it with you to your vaccination appointment, so that we can add additional/booster dose information.
  • We also team up with community partners to host mobile vaccination clinics. Find details by clicking a pin on the map below. 

Lost Vaccination Cards

We cannot issue replacement COVID-19 vaccination cards. If you've lost your card, follow these instructions:

I was vaccinated in Wisconsin

You can access and print your entire vaccination record using the Wisconsin Immunization Registry (WIR). Your WIR record can be used in place of your vaccination card.

I was vaccinated in another state

If you received your vaccination in another state, go to that state department of health website to determine how to get a copy of your record.

Credible Sources for Answering Your Vaccine Questions

Stay Up-to-Date

  • For the latest data on vaccine distribution in Dane County, see our data dashboard and Data Snapshots
  • To stay up-to-date on vaccine rollout statewide, subscribe to the Wisconsin Department of Health Services' weekly newsletter.