COVID-19 Vaccine Updates - Door County
Door County is working diligently with our community partners to provide vaccine safely and effectively to our community. If you are on our waitlist and have received the vaccine elsewhere, please contact us at 920-746-7180 so that we can remove you from our waitlist. This will greatly assist us in scheduling our clinics each week.
Door County Public Health continues to add individuals to our waitlist. Currently you must be age 65 and older or enrolled in a Medicaid Long-Term Care Program to register. Read 3-2-21 Press Release below for details.
March 2, 2021 - Press Release - Vaccine Clinic Update
If you are age 65 and older, a frontline healthcare worker, EMS, law or fire personnel or a participant in a long-term managed care organization and would like to be added to our waitlist, please visit dcphwaitlist.timetap.com . Please be prepared to show proof of eligibility at time of vaccine.
Complete the registration process and we will contact you to schedule an appointment as soon as vaccine is available. If you are unable to complete the online registration you may contact Public Health at 920-746-7180 and we will add you to the waitlist.
- February 16, 2021 - Press Release - Vaccine Clinic Updates
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