Get the (Third) Shot: Two COVID Pfizer Booster Clinics Offered in the South Shore This Week

The South Milwaukee and St. Francis Health Department has COVID-19 booster clinics planned for 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. on both Monday in Cudahy and Wednesday in St. Francis.

From the department …

The Oak Creek, Cudahy, and South Milwaukee/St. Francis Health Departments will be offering weekly booster dose clinics across the south shore. 

The Pfizer vaccine is the only vaccine that has been approved by the FDA and CDC for booster doses. You must be at least 18 years old, at least 6 months must have passed since you received your second dose of Pfizer, and you must be a member of one of the eligible groups listed below in order to receive a booster vaccine at this time. If you received the Moderna or Johnson & Johnson vaccine, you are not eligible for a booster dose at this time. 

We currently have 2 booster dose clinics scheduled. 

To make an appointment, please click on the links found here.

Also, the Health Department will no longer be offering walk-in vaccinations. Instead, it will be offering vaccines by appointment only on Tuesdays or Fridays. Please call 414-768-8055 ext. 3 to schedule.

We need more South Milwaukeeans to get vaccinated. South Milwaukee continues to lag on vaccinations, with just 50.6% of residents fully vaccinated.

Cases continue to rise locally.

Friday’s data shows 33 new COVID cases in South Milwaukee this week, with our burden rate increasing to 318. We also had a new COVID death in our city.

Six South Milwaukee School District students are currently isolating due a positive case, while another 185 are absent due to symptoms or a close contact determination. Seven staff are currently isolating or quarantining due to a positive case, symptoms or close contact.

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