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Door County Public Health online vaccine scheduling system now open

After reserving priority for the COVID19 vaccine to residents in previously qualified groups, Door County Public Health opened their online scheduling system. The County created a waitlist for scheduling appointments, for qualified adults who never got their vaccine. That waitlist has now been eliminated and Public Health will receive both Pfizer and Johnson and Johnson vaccines next week to people who are in the group that became eligible on March 22. Public Health states that there is not a preferred vaccine in regard to effectiveness and that all are encouraged to take whichever vaccine is made available to them. 

 

All second dose appointments will be at the site the individual received their first dose. There is a limited supply of vaccines at this time, so Public Health will have a set amount of appointments available. Each week, after receiving confirmation of the distribution, will open additional appointments if available. Those without Internet access, in need of assistance, or with questions can contact Public Health at 920-746-7180. 

 

 

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