BREAKING NEWS: Calumet County expands eligibility groups at vaccine clinic

Starting next week, Calumet County’s COVID-19 vaccine clinic will be opening up registration eligibility to additional groups of individuals.

The clinic is located at St. Martin Lutheran Church, 717 Memorial Dr., Chilton. Eligible recipients can schedule their appointment at (preferred method) beginning Monday, March 15 at 10 a.m. Alternative registration can be attempted by calling (920) 849-1466 at the same time.

Current eligible groups are listed below. Visit for a description of who is eligible in each new group.

• (new) individuals enrolled in Medicaid long-term care programs

• (new) some public-facing essential workers

• (new) non-frontline essential health care personnel

• (new) facility staff and residents in congregate living settings

• frontline health care personnel

• residents and staff in skilled nursing and long-term care facilities

• police and fire personnel, correctional staff

• adults ages 65 and over

• education and child care

Calumet County’s vaccine supply is improving, but please be aware that not all individuals who would like an appointment will be able to schedule one for this upcoming week. Officials encourage eligible individuals to continue attempting registration for the clinic every Monday at 10 a.m.

If a person is unable to schedule an appointment at this location, there are additional vaccine clinics in the regional area. Please visit to view details for each location, as eligibility requirements, registration instructions, and availability are different for every clinic.

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