Wisconsin has added those age 65+ to Group 1A for vaccine eligibility

If you are age 65 or older, you can now register for an appointment to get the COVID vaccine directly at the vaccine sites listed on Kenosha County COVID-19 Response Hub

The Response Hub provides a list of local providers of the COVID-19 vaccine, with links to their respective appointment registration systems. Please be aware that supplies of the vaccine remain limited, and that appointment slots fill quickly. People are urged to first contact their health care provider or pharmacy before using these links as a backup.

With over 25,000 seniors in Kenosha County, appointments fill up fast, so be sure to check vaccine site links often and act quickly to set your appointment. Additional appointment times and providers will be added as more vaccine becomes available, so please be patient and continue to check the links. 

PLEASE NOTE: Wisconsin DHS continues to stress, “As the state continues to expand vaccination efforts, COVID-19 has not gone away. Wisconsinites are still encouraged to mask up, stay physically distant, and wash hands frequently to help stop the spread of COVID-19 and keep communities safe.”

Kenosha County Health Department is following Wisconsin Department of Health Services’ (DHS) Guidelines for vaccine prioritization. More information on Kenosha County data and resources is available at Kenosha County COVID-19 Response Hub

Click here for Wisconsin Department of Health Services Frequently Asked Questions, including the COVID-19 vaccine’s safety.

If you are eligible but unable to get an appointment online,

call Kenosha County COVID-19 Vaccine Call Center for assistance

COVID-19 Testing Sites for Kenosha, Racine & Walworth Counties

We may need to find a COVID testing site for when loved ones visit or when we fear we may have been exposed. Click here to find a testing site.