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COVID-19 Registry to Start in WI on March 1

The Department of Health Services will run an online COVID-19 vaccine registry and a call center next month. The online Wisconsin COVID-19 Vaccine Registry will tell residents where and when they can be immunized and let them schedule an appointment, said Julie Willems Van Dijk, deputy secretary of DHS. If people are not eligible, or no appointments are available, they will be placed on a waiting list, health officials said. People will also get reminders for when to get their second dose.


The registry will be rolled out in following counties in late February: Dane, Green, Marathon, Oneida, Racine, Rock, St. Croix, and Waukesha. Statewide access will be available by April 1.

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