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Green County COVID-19 Vaccine Information


February 12, 2021

Green County COVID-19 Vaccine Information

Green County Public Health is actively vaccinating the community against COVID-19. 

As of April 13th, 2021:

On Monday, April 5th, all Wisconsinites who are 16 years of age and older became eligible to receive the COVID-19 vaccine. 

As of April 6, 36.9% of Green County residents have received at least one dose. 

Vaccine Clinics 

Green County Public Health is now taking requests from Green County businesses with 50 or more employees for on-site vaccination clinics. Please contact our department at (608) 328-9390 or email [email protected] Making a request does not guarantee an on-site vaccine clinic, we appreciate your patience during this process.

Green County Public Health is also vaccinating the local farming community through on-site vaccination clinics. 


Individuals interested in scheduling an appointment through Green County Public Health need to register on the Wisconsin COVID-19 Vaccine Registry system. After registering individuals will be placed on our waitlist and will receive an email inviting them to make an appointment when our department has vaccine supply and open appointments. To register please visit our website: 

To schedule with Monroe Clinic, please call 608-324-1815. This line is available Monday through Friday from 8am to 5pm. Monroe Clinic continues to experience higher than normal call volumes. If you receive a busy signal or out of service message, we ask that you try again later. 

On Friday, March 19th, the Wisconsin Department of Health Services announced that additional pharmacies will be receiving COVID-19 vaccine as partners in the Federal Retail Pharmacy Program. New partners in this program include the Community Pharmacy Enhanced Services Network (CPESN) which includes some Hometown Pharmacies, along with Managed Health Care Associates, Meijer, and Walmart. Walgreens and Kroger pharmacies remain as partners in this program as well. To find a participating pharmacy near you and to schedule a vaccination appointment, visit the Wisconsin DHS COVID-19 vaccine provider map or call 1-844-684-1064. 


Continuing to remain vigilant. As many await vaccines, we encourage our communities to not let their guard down. We’ve come a long way, but this isn’t over yet! We thank our community members for continuing to: 

  • Wear a mask
  • Maintain social distancing 
  • Wash their hands 
  • Avoid gathering with people from different households 


For additional COVID-19 resources, please visit: 

Page updated Thursday, April 8th at 1:00pm.