COVID-19 Vaccine Information

Burnett County and the State of Wisconsin are moving together through the Vaccine Phases that have been set forth by the Wisconsin State Disaster Medical Advisory Committee (SDMAC) to have as smooth of a vaccine roll-out as possible.​ These groups are being prioritized due to an increased risk of exposure or vulnerability to COVID-19.

​The state of Wisconsin currently receives about 200,000 doses of vaccine each week and those doses need to be spread across the entire state. There will be lag time in getting everyone who is eligible and wants the vaccine to actually receive it. Thanks for your patience.

​​​“We’re going to keep getting shots in arms as quickly as possible and as soon we have vaccines available,” said Gov. Tony Evers. “In the meantime, we have to continue working together to prevent the spread of this virus by wearing face coverings and limiting gatherings with others while we vaccinate folks across our state.”​

Who is eligible?

Anyone ages 16 and older are now currently eligible in the state of Wisconsin. 

  • Pfizer approved for ages 16 +
  • Moderna approved for ages 18 +
  • Johnson & Johnson/Janssen approved for ages 18 +

Where You Can Receive the COVID-19 Vaccine

Please do not sign-up or make appointments for vaccines at multiples locations. This is difficult to track the cross overs and it takes up resources.  Vaccines are very limited at this time so please be patient. All providers will ask you to verify that you meet the above criteria and are eligible for vaccine at this time. An appointment is required for all locations listed on the below tabs, please do not just show up without an appointment.  Thank you!
  1. Polk/Burnett Drive-Thru Clinic
  2. Local Pharmacies
  3. Health Systems

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                 Polk/Burnett Drive-Thru Clinic in Balsam Lake has 1st dose clinics on Wednesdays 

                                                   and 2nd dose clinics on Thursdays.

Vaccinator sites are unable to choose the brand of vaccine that they receive.  For the April 14th clinic, there is only Moderna appointments available. This vaccine has only been approved for ages 18 and older.

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These clinics are now accepting all eligible groups listed above in the table for residents of Wisconsin and those who work or go to school in Wisconsin.  We are prioritizing those with underlying health conditions.

Future 1st Dose Clinics:

*April 14 - Registration now open


*April 21 - Registration not available yet
*April 28 - Registration not available yet

Future 2nd Dose Clinics:

Takes place the Thursday 4 weeks after your 1st dose.

If you have received your 1st dose through the Polk/Burnett County Drive-Thru, you have been automatically scheduled for your 2nd dose a the same time as your scheduled 1st dose!

1st dose date2nd dose date
March 10thApril 8th
March 17th
April 15th
March 31st
April 29th
April 7th`
May 6th
April 14th
May 13th


If you are in need of help navigating any of these online forms, please feel free to call Public Health and we can connect you to resources who have offered up assistance in this area.

COVID-19 Vaccination Drive-Thru Clinic Volunteers Needed!

Polk and Burnett County Health Departments are recruiting volunteers to assist with the administration of the COVID-19 vaccine to our community members. If you are medically certified to provide routine vaccinations (RN, MD, EMT, Paramedic, etc.) with a current license in good-standing OR if you would like to assist in general non-medical duties, please register to volunteer below.
Medical volunteers are required to register with WI Emergency Assistance Volunteer Registry (WEAVR) WEAVR (weavrwi.org)
Medical and non-medical volunteers, please complete this volunteer registration: Volunteer form: Medical and non-medical volunteer registration
Thank you for your volunteer interest. You will be contacted by Polk County Health Department with next steps.
Why Vaccinate
Guidance for Those Fully Vaccinated in Non-Healthcare Settings