Richland Center, WI:  Richland County Health & Human Services and Richland County Emergency Management will be offering a FREE COVID-19 Vaccination Clinic at Richland County Health & Human Services, 221 W. Seminary Street, Richland Center:

Wednesday, April 13th from 1:00pm-4:30pm 

Pfizer 2nd Booster Doses will be offered to those 50+ years of age

and anyone 12 years and older who are immunocompromised. 

Pfizer Initial Doses will be offered to ALL Wisconsinites 5+

including Pfizer doses to kids 5-11years.

The CDC & DHS now recommends that anyone 50+ years of age and those 12 and older who are immunocompromised receive a 2nd booster dose of COVID-19 vaccine at least four months after having received their first booster dose of an mRNA COVID vaccine (Pfizer or Moderna). All adults are eligible to receive initial and 1st booster doses and booster doses are strongly recommended for everyone 50 and older, who are at the greatest risk for severe disease.  Additional information regarding the vaccine can be found at:

Appointments are preferred, but walk-ins are welcome for ADULTS ONLY.  APPOINTMENTS ARE REQUIRED & A PARENT OR GUARDIAN NEEDS TO BE PRESENT for children age 5-17 years requesting vaccination.  Individuals should call Health and Human Services at 608-649-5795 to schedule an appointment.  Once scheduled, individuals should arrive to their appointment only 5 minutes early – MASKS & SOCIAL DISTANCING ARE REQUIRED.  Please remember to bring along your COVID-19 Vaccination Record Card.

Richland County residents are encouraged to sign-up for NIXLE alerts by texting 53581 to 888777 or go to to sign-up to receive informational emails.  You will then receive up-to-date alerts regarding local COVID testing sites and vaccination clinics, severe weather, public safety, criminal activities, missing persons, traffic issues, and local events.

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