COVID-19 vaccinations are important tools to help us get back to normal. Vaccines are effective at keeping us from getting COVID-19 and may help keep us from getting seriously ill even if someone does get COVID-19. As we all learn more about vaccines and the impact to the pandemic, we’re providing updated information and resources for you to use.

Keep in mind that the supply for COVID-19 vaccines is still limited. Healthcare personnel and residents of long-term care facilities are receiving the first doses of vaccines and other groups will follow, being prioritized for vaccination based on higher risks for infection. Eventually everyone will have the opportunity to get vaccinated.

See below for resources and information:

Critical Resources

Who is eligible?

Where to get the COVID-19 vaccine

Map for vaccination sites

Questions and Answers

Extension FAQ

Wisconsin Department of Health Services FAQ


February 3, 2021

In this UW-Madison Division of Extension video, UW-Madison public health experts Ajay Sethi, PhD, MHS and Devlin Cole, MD, MPH discuss the latest information regarding COVID-19 vaccines and distribution plans. A Spanish-language version of this webinar is below.

Una conversación sobre las vacunas

February 24, 2021

In this this UW-Madison Division of Extension video, Dominique Brossard, Ph.D., UW-Madison Professor and Chair of the Department of Life Sciences Communication, shares valuable communication strategies to effectively engage in COVID-19 vaccine promotion.

Los líderes de la comunidad, diseñadores de políticas y organizaciones comunitarias juegan un papel muy importante en aumentar la confianza en la vacuna contra el COVID-19 en las comunidades locales. En esta conversación, Dominique Brossard, Ph.D., profesora de UW-Madison y presidenta del departamento de Life Sciences Communication (comunicaciones de las ciencias de la vida), compartirá estrategias de comunicación eficaces y los puntos principales que se deben usar en mensajes sobre las vacunas contra el COVID-19. Únase a la conversación para hacer preguntas y aprender estrategias de comunicación útiles para participar efectivamente en la promoción de las vacunas en su comunidad.

 Photo by Jeff Miller / UW-Madison
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