COVID-19 Vaccine

COVID-19 Vaccination, updated 06.01.2021

We are able to vaccinate those 12 years and older with the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine. Minors must have either a parent present or written parental permission to receive vaccine.


Starting, Monday June 7th:

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Minor consent form

COVID Vaccine Consent and Screening 

Pfizer Emergency Use Authorization 


Vaccines for Homebound Individuals 

If you or someone you know is unable to leave the home to be vaccinated, please contact the South Milwaukee/St. Francis Health Department to schedule a home visit at 414-768-8055. 


Worksite and Community Vaccine Clinics

The Cudahy, Oak Creek, and South Milwaukee/St. Francis Health Departments are working together to provide COVID-19 vaccines for our communities. We are currently accepting requests to hold worksite and community vaccination clinics. If you are interested in hosting a vaccine clinic at your worksite or community location, please complete the request form. We are only able to provide vaccine clinics in the communities of Cudahy, Oak Creek, and South Milwaukee/St. Francis. If you have any questions please contact Aaron at the Cudahy Health Department at 414-769-2239.

 

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Please be aware that if anyone from the South Milwaukee/St. Francis Health Department calls you we will always identify ourselves and WILL NOT ask for any type of payment for the vaccine.

The South Shore Health Departments of Cudahy WI Health Department, Oak Creek Health Department, and South Milwaukee/St. Francis Health Department want to keep our communities up-to-date on the latest vaccine information.

May 3rd Mayor's Message Citywide Phone Call text
April 5th Mayor's Message - National Public Health Week

March 24th Mayor's Message Citywide Phone Call text

Update 04/28/2021

What You Need to Know 

 Vaccine inventory from the Federal Government to the State is coming on a weekly basis.  The State Disaster Medical Advisory Committee (SDMAC) will use this framework to determine State wide priorities for vaccination.  Information from the SDMAC can be found here.  

On April 23, 2021 the Centers for Disease Control, Food and Drug Administration, and Wisconsin Department of Health Services recommended that the administration of the Johnson & Johnson (Janssen) vaccine resume in the United States.  After a thorough safety review it was determined that the benefits outweigh the potential risk. Click here for some FAQs.  

Who is ELIGIBLE for vaccine right now? 

  • Everyone 12 years and over 

We will continue to utilize this website and social media to inform the public.

Although vaccine is becoming available, we all still need to take the necessary precautions to prevent getting or spreading COVID-19. Please stay home when you’re sick, continue to wear masks, limit indoor gatherings, practice physical distancing, and wash your hands often. The combination of a vaccine and prevention measures will help us as we slowly return to “normal.”

Where can I go for the most up to date information about vaccines and vaccination data?

Milwaukee County’s Unified Emergency Operations Center (UEOC) vaccination website https://www.healthymke.com/.

Wisconsin Department of Health Services COVID-19:   Vaccine

CDC COVID-19 Vaccines

Milwaukee County COVID-19 Dashboard

Wisconsin Department of Health Services COVID-19: Vaccine Data

Information about the Moderna Vaccine

Information about the Pfizer Vaccine 

Information about the Janssen Vaccine 

FAQs

Am I able to receive the vaccine in another state while traveling?

Yes, as long as you are there long enough to receive the second dose. 

We thank you for your patience during this time of navigating vaccine distribution.