SITUATIONAL REPORT - UPDATED June 17, 2021
COVID VACCINE APPOINTMENTS www.bayfieldcounty.wi.gov/vaccine
Our vaccination clinics have largely slowed and are now offered every-other-week due to decreased demand. You can register interest for a vaccine appointment (no date set until contacted by agency) with Ashland or Bayfield County Public Health, Red Cliff Tribe or Bad River Tribe, or Brownstone Pharmacy by using the above link and providing your basic information (i.e. name, phone number, email).
Please note: Walgreens, Walmart and other local pharmacies and medical clinics may also have vaccine available. Many of these vaccine providers offer same day appointments if you call and inquire. This may be a very good option if you are traveling to the area and are due for a second vaccination, or if you prefer not to wait for a larger vaccine clinic.
Community Vaccination Clinic
In addition to our local community clinics, the State of Wisconsin has opened several new Community vaccination clinics across Wisconsin. These clinics have expanded hours for serving those who may not be able to get into their local clinics during business hours. Sign up on the Wisconsin Vaccine Registry to register for these sites.
Additionally, Red Cliff is having a clinic on Tuesday, June 22, 2021. This is an open clinic, no appointments needed and walk-ins accepted. Hours will be 12 - 6 pm. All three vaccines will be offered at this clinic (i.e. Pfizer, Moderna, and Johnson & Johnson). This will be held at Legendary Waters Casino at the Event Center.
Concerned about A possible exposure to COVID-19 In Your Community?
UPDATES FROM STATE AND LOCAL GOVERNMENT
March 21 - Updated Guidance from Wisconsin Dept. of Agriculture for Businesses:
- FOR FAMILIES
- GENERAL WORKPLACES
- BED AND BREAKFASTS
- BODY ART ESTABLISHMENTS
- CONVENIENCE STORES & GAS STATIONS
- FARMERS MARKETS
- GROCERY AND RETAIL FOOD
- HOTELS & MOTELS
- VACATION RENTALS AND TOURIST ROOMING HOUSES
If you have been notified by the Health Department that you had contact with a Coronavirus case, please follow self-quarantine measures for High Risk Exposure and Self-Isolation Procedures for individuals being evaluated for COVID-19.
For All other bayfield county residents
To protect your family and our communities, please take the following precautions.
- Avoid unnecessary trips.
- Practice social distancing any time you must leave your house.
- Stay home if you are sick and practice self-isolation (separate bedroom/bathroom) from your family members if possible.
- Wash your hands frequently.
- Follow our Tips for Healthy Communities.
- Help prevent the spread of Coronavirus in your community and other other settings by following these Guidance Documents.