If you are unable to find available appointments or clinics that meet your schedule, visit vaccines.gov to find a provider near you.
What is a Bivalent Booster? The new booster is an updated vaccine, which means half of the vaccine targets the original strain, and the other half targets the Omicron variant, which is predicted to continue circulating this fall and winter.
Am I Eligible? The CDC recommends the new vaccine as a single booster does to individuals ages 12 and older and at least two months following your most recent COVID-19 vaccine (whether it was completing two doses of a primary series or a booster).
If interested in hosting an on-site COVID-19 vaccination clinic through Walworth County Public Health, please complete the Community Vaccine Clinic Inquiry Form.
At this time public health is not providing homebound vaccination. We recommend individuals seeking vaccination try one of the following:
Connect with the health care provider that provides your seasonal flu shot and see if they can give you your flu shot and updated COVID booster.
Call 211 and ask to be scheduled for a home vaccination by the state vaccinator AMI
Your vaccination card has information on when and where you received your vaccine as well as other helpful information related to the COVID-19 vaccine. Keep your card in a safe place! You may also visit the Wisconsin Immunization Registry for a copy of your complete vaccine record.
If you lose your COVID-19 vaccination card:
If you received your vaccination in Wisconsin, access your entire vaccination record using the Wisconsin Immunization Registry (WIR). If you received your vaccination through Walworth County Public Health and need assistance with the Wisconsin Immunization Registry, call (262) 741-3200.
If you received your vaccination in another state, go to that state department of health website to search their vaccine registry.