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How to Get a COVID-19 Vaccine

Friday, January 29, 2021
Eau Claire City-County Health Department


You are eligible to get the vaccine if:

  • You work in:
    > Front line health care
    > Direct patient care
    > Police, Fire or EMS
    > Correctional personnel
  • Are Age 65 and older

New groups will become eligible over time.  Please go to for the most updated information on who is eligible and how to get an appointment.


If you are already a patient at HSHS/Prevea, Marshfield Clinic Health System, Mayo Clinic Health System, or OakLeaf Clinics, please contact the provider where you are already a patient.  Other options can be found by following the link set-out below.

Follow this link for more information on how to get a COVID-19 vaccine >>

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