The Wisconsin COVID-19 Vaccine Registry allows Wisconsin residents to register for and schedule COVID-19 vaccinations locally – when they are eligible, and as vaccine becomes available. Those who are not eligible or unable to get an appointment have the option of being placed on a wait list. The Wisconsin Vaccine Registry will be used by those who opt in and will not be a comprehensive resource for all vaccination options.
The vaccine registry will likely become available to the public on March 1, 2021. When available, a link to the registry will be on this page. The registry is web-based and a phone option will also be available.
On March 1, if your local or tribal health department is participating in the vaccine registry, you will be able to fill out a questionnaire that determines if you are eligible for the COVID-19 vaccine and then be able to make an appointment. If you are not yet eligible to get the vaccine, or no appointments are currently available, you can be placed on a wait-list. The vaccine registry can also assist you with scheduling and reminding you about your second vaccine dose, and help you monitor for any symptoms after getting the vaccine.
Starting the week of February 22, the following public health entities will begin testing the vaccine registry in their communities:
Check the health department’s website to determine if they are accepting vaccine registrations for scheduling appointments.
Local and tribal health departments have the option of using the vaccine registry to help with safely and effectively distributing and administering COVID-19 vaccines.
The vaccine registry will be available by April 1 for any other vaccinator who is not a local or tribal public health department. DHS will contact registered vaccinators at a later time to survey level of interest. Not all vaccinators will choose to use the vaccine registry software and may leverage their own systems.