Richland Center, WI: Richland County Health & Human Services in partnership with the Richland Hospital and Richland County Emergency Management will be offering a FREE COVID-19 Vaccination Clinic at the Richland Center Community/Senior Center, 1050 N. Orange Street:
Wednesday, February 3rd from 8:30am-4:30pm
Richland County citizens who are eligible to receive the vaccine include individuals age 65 and older, frontline health care workers, police, sheriff (including correctional officers), fire personnel, and funeral workers as we progress into Phase 1B of the Wisconsin COVID-19 Response Plan.
To schedule, individuals should go to the Richland Hospital website at www.richlandhospital.com/covid19, click on the “Schedule your Appointment Here” button, and then select a future clinic date at the “Community Center” location. Once scheduled, individuals should arrive to their appointment only 5 minutes early – MASKS & SOCIAL DISTANCING ARE REQUIRED. There will be less than 50 appointment slots available for this initial day in order to assure clinic processes are running smoothly for the public. The Pfizer vaccine will be administered, which requires two doses, and the second dose will need to be administered 21 days after the administering of the first dose. Your second dose appointment will be scheduled immediately after receiving your first dose. While this vaccination is not required, it is highly recommended, and will be provided at no out-of-pocket cost to you. Your patience and cooperation is appreciated as we begin offering these vaccination clinics.
If you have any questions or require scheduling assistance, please contact Richland County Health & Human Services at 608-647-8821. Up to date information regarding the COVID-19 vaccine and the progression of phases in Richland County can be found on following sites, as well as by listening to WRCO:
Richland County residents are encouraged to sign-up for NIXLE alerts by texting 53581 to 888777 or go to https://www.nixle.com to sign-up to receive emails. You will then receive up-to-date alerts regarding local COVID testing sites and clinics, severe weather, public safety, criminal activities, missing persons, traffic issues, and local events.
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