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COVID-19 Vaccine

Updated February 26, 2021

en will COVID-19 vaccine be available for different groups?

We are in Phase 1A of the vaccine prioritization guidelines. We are currently vaccinating individuals in Phase 1A (first responders, nonaffiliated health care workers, fire, law enforcement, congregated settings, 65+ and older, etc.)  We expect that it will take a few months to vaccinate everyone eligible in Phase 1A.  We still do not have guidance from WI Department of Health Services (DHS) on who will will qualify for the COVID-19 vaccine under Phase 1B. 

See information below and please be patience with our healthcare systems as we all work on vaccinating our community:

Ascension will be contacting their clients to set up appointments. Please do not contact them at this time.

Please call the COVID hot line number at 1-844-568-0701 to schedule an appointment.

Marshfield Clinic Health System:
Visit the Marshfield Clinic Health System website at to complete a survey for the COVID-19 vaccine or call 877-998-0880. If you qualify, you will be contacted to schedule an appointment. 

Lac View Desert Health Center
Please call 715-337-2247

Land O Lakes – Hometown Pharmacy

4348 Co Hwy B, Land O' Lakes
Please call 715-547-3788

Online: to complete a survey for the COVID-19 vaccine or please call 715-547-3788

St. Germain - Hometown Pharmacy
Please call 715-479-7608
Online: to complete a survey for the COVID-19 vaccine.

Trigs Pharmacy
25 E Wall St, Eagle River
Please call 715-479-6411

Walgreens Pharmacy
108 W Wall St, Eagle River
Please call 715-479-1069

Wall Street Drugs – Health Care Pharmacies
123 E Wall St, Eagle River
Please call 715-479-3306

While you are waiting for your turn to get the vaccine, there are a few things you can do.

1. Learn more about the COVID-19 vaccine on the CDC's website and become a vaccine advocate for your friends and family.
2. Bookmark this website,, and check back in a few weeks as we update information frequently.
3. It is important to continue wearing masks, physical distancing, washing our hands, and getting tested and isolating if you have signs and symptoms of COVID-19. If we continue to use all these COVID-19 precaution tools, we stand the best chance of getting our families, communities, schools, and workplaces “moving forward” sooner.

Learn more about #COVID19_WI vaccination planning at 

New groups will be eligible for the #COVID19 vaccine starting March 1.
Learn what the priority order is, and where you are on the list:

DHS Vaccine Categories

Potential Systemic Side Effects Occurring after COVID-19 Vaccination
Symptoms similar to COVID-19, such as fever, fatigue, headache, chills, muscle pain, and joint pain, can occur following the COVID-19 vaccination. These symptoms can be mild to moderate. They often occur within the first three days after getting vaccinated. Most symptoms resolve within 1 - 2 days of onset and are most frequent and severe following the second dose and among younger persons compared to those who are older (over 55 years of age). 

Below are the frequencies of vaccine side effects observed in the Pfizer and Moderna clinical trials.

  • Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine:
    • More common: pain at the injection site (84.1%) fatigue (62.9%), and headache (55.1%).
    • Less common: muscle pain (38.3%), chills (31.9%), joint pain (23.6%), fever (14.2%), injection site swelling (10.5%), injection site redness (9.5%), nausea (1.1%), malaise (0.5%), and lymphadenopathy (0.3%).
  • Moderna COVID-19 vaccine:
    • More common: pain at the injection site (92.0%), fatigue (70.0%), headache (64.7%), and muscle pain (61.5%).
    • Less common: chills (45.4%), joint pain (46.4%), nausea/vomiting (23.0%), axillary swelling/tenderness (19.8%), fever (15.5%), injection site swelling (14.7%), and injection site redness (10.0%).

Immediate allergic reactions (including anaphylaxis) typically occur within 15-30 minutes of vaccination. Vasovagal reactions typically occur within 15 minutes of vaccination.

Cough, shortness of breath, sore throat, or loss of taste or smell are not consistent with post-vaccination symptoms, and instead may be symptoms of SARS-CoV-2 or another infection. Viral testing should be considered if someone has any of these symptoms. Positive viral (nucleic acid or antigen) tests for SARS-CoV-2, if performed, should not be attributed to the COVID-19 vaccine, as vaccination does not affect these tests.