Wisconsin: Community-Based Vaccination Clinic in Rock County

Wisconsin: Community-Based Vaccination Clinic in Rock County

Gov. Evers, DHS Announce First Community-Based Vaccination Clinic in Rock County to Open February 16

MADISON, WI (STL.News) Gov.  Tony Evers today with the Department of Health Services (DHS) announced today a new partnership with AMI Expeditionary Healthcare.  AMI will help expand vaccine accessibility across the state by operating community-based vaccination clinics.  After careful consideration and identifying local health needs, DHS has selected Rock County to be the site of the first clinic currently scheduled to open February 16.  Given the current shortage of vaccine supply and the large amount of vaccinating capacity, DHS plans on adding community sites as needed and as there is more vaccine available.

“Wisconsinites are working together to stop the spread of COVID-19 and put this pandemic behind us.  This partnership with AMI is going to help us take another step in the right direction,” said Gov. Evers.  “Our top priority is to get folks vaccinated and to continue to keep Wisconsinites healthy and safe, and that’s going to take a team effort not only with partners like AMI, but with every Wisconsinite practicing social distancing and wearing masks and doing their part to help prevent the spread in the meantime.”

AMI will work closely with the Wisconsin National Guard, Wisconsin Emergency Management, and local public health partners to support Wisconsin’s COVID-19 Vaccination Program and help expand vaccine coverage across the state. 

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