Safe and effective COVID-19 vaccines are an important tool in stopping the spread of the virus. Even with vaccine distribution beginning, it will still take months to reach community immunity. We must continue to stay home, wear a mask, physically distance, and practice good hand hygiene.
As COVID19 vaccines become more readily available in the Manitowoc County area, the Manitowoc County Health Department is shifting its focus from mass vaccination clinics to community and employer-based clinics and the homebound. Other community health care providers will continue to focus on community mass vaccine efforts.
If your organization could be served by a mobile vaccination clinic, please contact the Manitowoc County Health Department at [email protected] or by calling (920) 683-4155.
FDA and CDC Lift Recommended Pause on Johnson & Johnson (Janssen) COVID-19 Vaccine Use Following Thorough Safety Review
View our press releases for more information on vaccine efforts in Manitowoc County
Health Department to Prioritize Community and Employer-based Clinics, Homebound April 15, 2021
MCHD follows recommendation to pause JandJ vaccination April 14, 2021
Local leaders vaccinated for COVID April 14, 2021
MCHD administers 10000th vaccine dose April 6, 2021
Manitowoc Minute’s Charlie Berens receives vaccine at Manitowoc County Vaccine Clinic March 31, 2021
Wisconsin Expands Vaccine Eligibility Criteria to Include Adults 65+-January 19, 2021
Manitowoc County Receives First Shipment of Vaccine– January 4, 2021
Manitowoc County Holds Second Vaccine Clinic After Successful First Week– January 8, 2021
WI DHS Vaccine Data Page is updated each day by 2 PM to provide a summary of vaccine allocation, shipment, and total doses administered in the state.
CDC’s Frequently Asked Questions about COVID-19 Vaccines
Video Explaining EUAs
Moderna Vaccine EUA for Providers and EUA for Recipients/Caregivers with information on storage/handling, dosage, adverse events, and clinical trail information
Pfizer’s EUA for Providers with information on storage/handling, dosage, adverse events, and clinical trail information
Vaccinator Enrollment Local entities can enroll to be a vaccinator by visiting DHS’s website, specifically the “COVID-19 Vaccinator Enrollment Process” section. The enrollment process is entirely through the State and all questions should be directed towards the contacts listed on their page.