Covid-19 vaccines will be offered in Elroy starting April 15

Starting April 15, Covid-19 vaccines will be available in Elroy on Thursday afternoons.

The vaccine that will be offered in Elroy is Moderna, which is approved for those who are at least 18 years old.  Aside from age, there are no other restrictions, including where you receive medical care or whether you have insurance. Everyone in the area who is 18 or older is eligible, and there is no out-of-pocket cost to anyone who is vaccinated.

If you live or work in the Elroy area, are at least 18, and are not currently vaccinated or scheduled to receive the Covid-19 vaccine, call (608) 462-8466 for appointment availability. Vaccines will be given at Elroy Family Medical Center, which is next to Royall Schools, at 1515 Academy St. 

If Thursday afternoons don’t work for your schedule, additional vaccination options are available in Mauston, as listed below.

• Mile Bluff’s facility on Kennedy Street, near the Interstate 90 — offering the Moderna vaccine (for ages 18 and older) Monday through Saturday. Call (608) 847-2780 or visit www.milebluff.com/request.

• Mile Bluff’s Phillips Pharmacy, downtown Mauston — offering the Moderna vaccine (for ages 18 and older) Tuesdays and Thursdays. Call (608) 847-2780.

• Juneau County Health Department, downtown Mauston — offering the Pfizer vaccine (for ages 16 age older). Call (608) 847-9279.

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