COVID-19 vaccine clinic to be held at Mequon City Hall on April 13

COVID-19 vaccine

Midland Health, a local vaccination company, will be holding a vaccine clinic Tuesday, April 13, with expanded hours from 7 a.m. - 7 p.m. at Mequon City Hall, 11333 N. Cedarburg Road.

While some first dose Pfizer vaccine will be available, the majority of the vaccines administered will be the first dose of Moderna.

A news release indicates the clinic is open to both appointments scheduled in advance or walk-in appointments during the clinic’s operating hours while vaccination supplies last. All individuals 16 years of age and over are eligible to receive a vaccination.

Due to the limited supply of the Pfizer vaccine, individuals who are 16 and 17 years of age should schedule an appointment in advance to secure a Pfizer vaccination.

To schedule an appointment, please view Midland Health’s online scheduler at onsitehealthtesting.com/signup/mch. For questions or help with the scheduler, you are invited to call Midland Health at 262-754-3130.

Vaccines will be provided at no cost, but insurance will be billed for a vaccination administration fee. Individuals should bring a photo ID and insurance, Medicare or Medicaid card if they have one, and a completed Midland Health consent form. Those without insurance are also eligible for the shot. Attendees should also plan ahead because the Pfizer and Moderna vaccines require two doses.

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Midland Health’s consent form and the CDC’s pre-vaccination checklist are available at: www.ci.mequon.wi.us/sites/default/files/fileattachments/community/page/23121/form.pdf. General information about the vaccines can be found on the Centers for Disease Control’s website at www.cdc.gov. For individuals without access to a computer, all necessary forms will be available at City Hall.

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