Wisconsin Center COVID-19 vaccination site to close, May 28

The Marquette community should be aware that the Wisconsin Center, which is walking distance from campus and has been offering vaccine appointments for several months, will stop being a vaccination site as of Friday, May 28.

If you were planning to get vaccinated at the Wisconsin Center, please plan accordingly. In order to get your second dose there, you would have to get your first dose no later than Friday, April 30.

Where else can I get vaccinated?
The Medical Clinic hosts vaccine clinics on campus regularly; watch Marquette Today for information about upcoming dates and availability.

Besides the on-campus clinics, the Milwaukee Health Department is hosting community clinics where walk-in appointments are available at Northwest Health Center and Southside Health Center. Visit milwaukee.gov/covidvax or call (414) 286-6800 for more information.

See more vaccination sites near you.

Note: The Wisconsin Department of Health Services (DHS) will begin using VaccineFinder to help people more easily locate available vaccine providers who are open to the public. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) launched the VaccineFinder tool in March to help people find COVID-19 vaccine in their area. Next month, the tool will replace the DHS map of COVID-19 vaccine providers that launched in February.