Wood County, Wisconsin

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COVID-19 Vaccine Information

COVID 19 Vaccines are safe and effective and the best way to protect you and those around you from serious illnesses. Vaccinations can help protect you by teaching your body to fight the virus without having to experience sickness or putting yourself at risk of severe illness and death.

The quickest way for life to return to normal is for people to get vaccinated. If you are interested in the getting the vaccine, please follow the directions below.

COVID-19 Vaccine Signup

All individuals aged 18 years and older are now eligible to receive the Moderna or Johnson & Johnson vaccine. Wood County Health Department follows guidance from WI Department of Health Services and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

Walk-In COVID-19 Vaccinations

June 14, 2021

4 pm – 7 pm

Wildwood Park & Zoo

Wildwood Station

1800 S Roddis Ave, Marshfield

These vaccines are free - no appointment needed.
Individuals 18 years and older are eligible for the Johnson & Johnson (Janssen) vaccine. You must be at least 18
years old to be vaccinated at this clinic.
Plan to stay an additional 15 minutes to monitor for your safety

Call the Wood County Health Department with question 715-421-8911.

Self-Registration is now available for:

Thursday, June 17

Wood County Health Department

River Block Building, 3rd Floor

111 W. Jackson St. Wisconsin Rapids WI 54495


Appointments are available on a first come first serve basis. Be prepared to verify your eligibility at the COVID-19 vaccine clinic. New appointments for clinics will be updated weekly. Please check back if all appointment slots are filled in the link.

Vaccine Consent Form

In order to speed up the vaccination process you can fill out this consent form ahead of time. If you have access to a printer, print off the consent form, fill it out, and bring it to your appointment.

Find a COVID-19 vaccine near you.

Go to Vaccines.gov to find a location near you.

Search for Vaccines

COVID-19 vaccines are effective at protecting you from getting sick. Based on what we know, people who have been fully vaccinated can start to do some things that they had stopped doing because of the pandemic.

The more people who get fully vaccinated, the more things we will be able to do again. To learn more, visit: When You’ve Been Fully Vaccinated

CDC: 8 Things to know

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CDC: Benefits of getting vaccinated

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CDC: Guidance for Fully Vaccinated People


WI DHS: State Vaccination Page