COVID-19

We’re all connected—by our health, by our actions, and by our commitment to each other. It is up to each of us to take simple steps, like staying home and wearing a mask, to protect ourselves, our loved ones, and our community from COVID-19. Your actions can help protect everyone in Wisconsin.

For general COVID-19 information, please use the reliable links below for current facts.

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COVID-19 Vaccine Information

We are at a historic point in the COVID-19 response. FDA approved an Emergency Use Authorization (EUA) for Moderna's and Pfizer’s COVID-19 vaccines and the Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices (ACIP) released the interim recommendations for their use. This represents a major step forward in fighting the pandemic! Ae

Are COVID-19 vaccinations being provided in Price County?

Yes, the Wisconsin COVID-19 Vaccine Program is following ACIP and Wisconsin State Disaster Medical Advisory Committee (SDMAC) guidance about priority groups for COVID-19 vaccination, until there is enough vaccine for everybody who wants a vaccine.

Who is getting vaccinated in Price County?

Currently, we are in phase 1a of the vaccine prioritization guidelines which includes residents of long-term care facilities and health care personnel.  You can view Phase 1a Guidance here.

When the next phase starts, how will I know it's my turn to get vaccinated?

We will be issuing a press release, updating our Facebook page and website, and connecting with local newspaper and radio organizations.

Will there be a waiting list?

No, we will start accepting appointments when we receive vaccine.

Where will Price County Public Health offer vaccinations?

Due to storage and handling guidelines, all COVID-19 vaccines will be administered in our Phillips Office.

What can I do while waiting to get my vaccine?

Learn more about the COVID-19 vaccine on the CDC's website and become a vaccine advocate for your friends and family.

Continue wearing masks, physical distancing, washing hands, and getting tested and isolating if they have signs and symptoms of COVID-19. If we continue to using all these COVID-19 precaution tools, we stand the best chance of seeing people in our families, communities, schools, and workplaces face-to-face sooner.