Vaccine Information

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CALUMET COUNTY PUBLIC COVID-19 VACCINE CLINIC

Calumet County, in partnership with Ascension Calumet and St. Martin Lutheran Church, has opened a public vaccination clinic. Sign up to receive important local COVID-19 updates via email, including updates on the vaccine clinic.

LOCATION

St. Martin Lutheran Church
717 Memorial Drive
Chilton, WI

The site is located across from Ascension Calumet Hospital and Clinic.  Parking for the vaccination clinic is accessible from Oak Street and located behind the church.

SCHEDULE

Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Fridays (dependent on the availability of vaccine doses)

APPOINTMENT REGISTRATION

Appointments are required and walk-ins WILL NOT be accepted at the clinic. Registration is open to the public every Monday at 10:00 a.m. and will remain open until all time slots for that week are full.

  • Register Online:
    • Visit www.calumetcounty.org/COVID-19
    • Click the registration button at the top of the page and complete all steps in the form.
    • The registration button will only be displayed when appointments are available and will be taken down once all openings are filled for the week.
  • Alternative Registration:
    • Call (920) 849-1466 and a Calumet County staff member will assist you in registering.
    • Please be patient as long wait times are anticipated.

WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT THE VACCINE

As part of the registration process, you will be asked to review the following documents.  Reviewing these documents prior to the registration will help expedite the online registration process.

SECOND DOSE CONSIDERATION 

After the first dose is administered you will need to be available to receive your second dose of vaccine in 21 days. The second dose is required and will be scheduled by staff at your first appointment. If you are unavailable for the second dose do not register for your first dose.

GROUPS ELIGIBLE FOR VACCINE

  • CURRENTLY ELIGIBLE POPULATIONS:

    • Frontline health care personnel
    • Residents and staff in skilled nursing and long-term care facilities
    • Police and fire personnel, correctional staff
    • Adults ages 65 and over
  • NEXT ELIGIBLE GROUPS:

    • Education and child care
    • Individuals enrolled in Medicaid long-term care programs
    • Some public-facing essential workers
    • Non-frontline essential health care personnel
    • Facility staff and residents in congregate living settings

SURROUNDING COMMUNITY VACCINE CLINICS

Possible alternatives for receiving a vaccine appointment, if you fit the current phase eligibility.

Fox Cities COVID-19 Clinic

Menasha Wing COVID-19 Clinic

Winnebago County COVID-19 Vaccination Clinic

Manitowoc County COVID-19 Vaccination Clinic

UW Oshkosh COVID-19 Vaccination Clinic

ThedaCare

  • ThedaCare will manage the vaccine schedule for people in Phase 1B primarily through MyThedaCare/My Chart.
  • Community members should follow these steps to create a MyThedaCare account if they do not yet have one.
  • Registration Website
    • Click "MyThedaCare" at the top of the page
    • Click "Sign up now"
    • Follow the prompts
    • After you sign up, details on how and when to schedule vaccine appointments will follow in a communication to the MyThedaCare-specified email address.

Walgreens

  • 178 locations across the state
  • Registration Website
    • Create a Walgreens account or sign in to your current account
    • If you’re eligible, you’ll choose a location and time for your COVID-19 vaccination appointment.

WHERE CAN THE PUBLIC GO TO ASK GENERAL VACCINE QUESTIONS?

DHS has created a general inquiry inbox for the public to use to send in COVID-19 vaccine questions: DHSCOVIDVaccinePublic@wi.gov. Additionally, there is the DHS COVID-19 Vaccine page, which contains some commonly asked questions.