COVID-19 Vaccine Appointments

Am I eligible to sign up for a COVID-19 Vaccine with the Manitowoc County Health Department?

If you are eligible, please scroll down to schedule an appointment or to find a local vaccination provider 

Manitowoc County is following guidance from WI DHS on who and when our department can vaccinate.

As of March 1st, the following groups are eligible to receive a COVID-19 vaccine

  • Educators and Child Care Staff*
    • All staff in regulated child care, public and private school programs, out-of-school time programs, virtual learning support, and community learning center programs.
    • All staff in Boys and Girls Clubs and YMCAs.
    • All staff in preschool and Head Start through K-12 education settings.
    • Faculty and staff in higher education settings who have direct student contact.

*Teachers and Staff affiliated with a school will be receiving a special vaccine allocation from the State. Please communicate with your school to find out when and where you will be vaccinated. Educators not affiliated with a school system will be able to make an appointment with any provider vaccinating educators and childcare staff

  • Individuals Enrolled in Medicaid Long-Term Care Programs
  • Some Public Facing Essential workers
    • 911 operators
    • Utility and communication infrastructure
      • Workers who cannot socially distance and are responsible for the fundamental processes and facilities that ensure electric, natural gas, steam, water, wastewater, internet, and telecommunications services are built, maintained, generated, distributed, and delivered to customers.
    • Public transit
      • Drivers who have frequent close contact with members of the public, limited to:
        • public and commercial intercity bus transportation services
        • municipal public transit services
        • those employed by specialized transit services for seniors, disabled persons, and low-income persons
  • Food Supply Chain
    • Agricultural production workers, such as farm owners and other farm employees.
    • Critical workers who provide on-site support to multiple agricultural operations, such as livestock breeding and insemination providers, farm labor contractors, crop support providers, and livestock veterinarians.
    • Food production workers, such as dairy plant employees, fruit and vegetable processing plant employees, and animal slaughtering and processing employees.
    • Retail food workers, such as employees at grocery stores, convenience stores, and gas stations that also sell groceries.
    • Hunger relief personnel, including people involved in charitable food distribution, community food and housing providers, social services employees who are involved in food distribution, and emergency relief workers.
  • Non-Frontline Essential Health Care Personnel
    • Personnel who are not involved in direct patient care but are essential for health system infrastructure. These staff are often affiliated with hospitals, but non-hospital employee non-frontline employees are also included.
    • Categories of non-frontline essential health care personnel job titles and settings include:
      • Public health
      • Emergency management
      • Cyber security
      • Health care critical supply chain functions, including the production, manufacturing, and distribution of vaccine
      • Support roles, such as cleaning, HVAC, and refrigeration, critical to health system function
  • Congregate Living Facility Staff and Residents
    • Employer-based housing: Housing provided by an employer for three or more unrelated individuals that share bedrooms.
    • Housing serving the elderly or people with disabilities: Residents of housing that meets the definitions of an adult family home, independent living apartments, community-based residential facility, residential care complex, state center for the disabled, mental health institute, and county-based center for the disabled.
    • Shelters: Shelter provided to those who are homeless and/or in need of protection (for example, domestic violence shelters).
    • Transitional housing: A project that is designed to provide housing and appropriate supportive services to homeless persons to facilitate movement to independent living when such facilities include shared bedrooms.
    • Incarcerated individuals: Individuals in jails, prisons, and mental health institutes.

Populations previously eligible will continue to be eligible for a vaccine.

This includes:

  • Adults aged 65 and older
  • Public-facing Healthcare workers 
  • Direct care personnel 
  • Individuals working with infectious material containing the SARS-COV2 virus 
  • Public-facing police and fire personnel

COVID-19 Vaccine Clinic Appointment Schedule


Manitowoc County receives notice from the State sometime between Friday-Sunday each week about the number of vaccine doses we will receive for the week.  Clinics are scheduled as soon as we know how many appointments we can offer. An appointment scheduling link will be posted here for the upcoming week's clinics as long as appointments are still available.

This Consent Form and Attestation Form should be completed in advance and brought with you to the appointment to speed up the process. 

We will also send an email announcing the clinic dates and scheduling link to eligible individuals that have registered on our website. If you have not yet signed up for notifications, please do so here.

Community COVID-19 Vaccine Administration Sites


Location: Two Rivers       

Vaccines are being given by appointment only. All eligible Aurora patients (during each phase, 1A, 1B, etc) will receive an email from their provider to schedule an appointment. Efforts will be made to reach out to those without electronic communication methods.


Location: Manitowoc   

Please visit the HFM website for updates on where and when you can be vaccinated.


Location: Green Bay and Sheboygan                                                   

To schedule a COVID-10 vaccination appointment, please sign up with a MyPrevea account. Appointments are required.


Location: Manitowoc and Sheboygan

Residents without a regular primary care provider (doctor) and LCHC patients are invited to sign up to receive the COVID-19 vaccine. You will be contacted to schedule an appointment when you are eligible, based on vaccine availability and Wisconsin’s phased plan.

Se invita a los residentes sin un proveedor de atención primaria (médico) habitual y a los pacientes de LCHC a inscribirse para recibir la vacuna COVID-19. Será contactado para programar una cita cuando sea elegible, según la disponibilidad de vacunas y el plan de fases de Wisconsin.


Location: Manitowoc

To schedule a COVID-19 vaccine, please call (920) 684-6789. You will be placed on a list and called when appointments become available


Location: Manitowoc

Complete the registration process online, or by texting "COVID" to 75049. Meijer will contact you when vaccine is available.


Location: Two Rivers

Please call to schedule your COVID-19 vaccine appointment - 920-794-1225


Location: Manitowoc

To schedule an appointment or sign up for updates on vaccine availability, please sign up with a Walgreens account.