Milwaukee Health Department Statement of Expanded Vaccine Eligibility
Increased availability of COVID-19 vaccine will allow the Milwaukee Health Department to expand the categories of eligible individuals that can make appointments at the Department’s vaccination sites.
Front line essential workers, people in Medicaid long-term care programs, and non-frontline essential health care employees who live or work in Milwaukee can now make appointments either online at milwaukee.gov/covidvax or by calling 414-286-6800.
With the added support from the Federal Emergency Management Agency that starts on March 15th, the vaccination site at the Wisconsin Center will be open to people who live and work in a wider geographical area. Registration for appointments can be made on the milwaukee.gov/covidvax site.
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