Are you ready for the flu clinic? Do you want to be even more prepared? Read the vaccine information statements found here: Vaccine Information Statement for Influenza Inactivated Vaccine or Vaccine Information Statement for Intranasal, Decide which vaccine is best for your child. After deciding which vaccine is best for your child, then print and fill out the permission form, which can be found here, 2021 to 2022 Child Flu Vaccine administration form.
Bring the paperwork to the Greendale High School on October 26, 2021 between 3:30PM to 6:30PM.
Vaccine information for the adult vaccine is exactly the same as above. Adult vaccine administration forms will be available at the clinic. Adult vaccines will cost $30.00 cash or check only.
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Here's what you need to know:
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration updated the previous emergency use authorization (EUA) for the Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 Vaccine to allow for use of a single booster dose, to be administered at least six months after completion of the primary series in:
- individuals 65 years of age and older;
- individuals 18 through 64 years of age at high risk of severe COVID-19; and
- individuals 18 through 64 years of age whose frequent institutional or occupational exposure to SARS-CoV-2 puts them at high risk of serious complications of COVID-19 including severe COVID-19.
This updated authorization only applies only to the Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 Vaccine. The Greendale Health Department is only vaccinating with the Moderna vaccine. For Pfizer vaccine availability, visit vaccines.gov to search by vaccine type and location (9/22/21).
Available Now: 3rd Dose of COVID-19 Vaccine for Immunocompromised People
As of August 12, 2021, FDA Authorizes additional vaccine dose for certain immunocompromised individuals* (only applies to Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 Vaccine and Moderna COVID-19 Vaccine)
|*People with medical conditions or people receiving treatments that are associated with moderate to severe immune compromise||
-Individuals who meet the criteria for moderate to severe immune compromise are 1) more likely to get severely ill from COVID-19, 2) at higher risk for prolonged infection, 3) have lower antibody protection compared to non-immunocompromised people, 4) have lower vaccine effectiveness after 2 doses, 5) are more likely to transmit COVID to household contacts, and 6) are more likely to test positive for COVID-19 even after "fully vaccinated" with 2 doses.
- The CDC has released guidance regarding this authorization - if you have questions, you may call us at 414-423-2110.
-Please talk with your healthcare provider to make sure you are a good candidate for the third dose at this time. (8/20/21)
- VaccineFinder - Search for COVID-19 vaccine locations
- Healthy MKE Vaccine Finder - Listing of vaccine locations, transportation options, and vaccine events
When should I get tested?
You should get tested if you are feeling sick, even mild cold symptoms, or if you have been exposed to COVID-19 (if you are identified as a close contact, you will need to continue with your quarantine period, even if you test negative- as it may take 2-14 days for the virus to show up).(8/16/21)
But I am vaccinated!
Fully vaccinated people with symptoms should get tested as soon as possible. If you have been exposed to COVID-19, are fully vaccinated and have no symptoms, you should get tested 3-5 days after exposure and wear a mask in public indoor settings for 14 days or until you receive a negative test result from that test. (8/16/21)
What kind of test should I get?
Learn about the different types of COVID-19 tests below
Molecular Tests (PCR, NAAT, viral test): diagnostic test- tests for active COVID-19 infection, done by swabbing the nose or throat, or collecting saliva
Antigen Test (rapid test): diagnostic test- tests for active COVID-19 infection, done by swabbing the nose, has reduced accuracy compared to molecular tests.
Antibody Test (blood test, serology test): not diagnostic- tests for past COVID-19 infection, done by drawing blood. It can't diagnose current infection or assume immunity to COVID-19 if antibodies are present.(8/16/21)
At Home Test : The FDA has authorized more COVID-19 tests, like at-home tests, giving Americans more options for COVID-19 testing. While at-home tests are a good screening tool, Wisconsin DHS expects that if you test positive on an at-home test, you will report the result to public health. It is encouraged that you will obtain follow-up testing using a lab-based test (ideally a molecular test) within 48 hours to either confirm or override at-home test result. (9/9/21)
Where should I go for testing?
Healthy MKE is a website for Milwaukee County about COVID-19 testing, and vaccinations. There is a tool to help you find a testing location that meets your needs.
The following locations are also within a 5 mile radius of Greendale:
Summit Clinic Labs-Milwaukee South is located at 7358 W Rawson Ave. They do PCR testing, accept all ages, and no appointments required.
Zia COVID Testing is located at 2741 W. Layton Ave. They do PCR testing and appointments are required, schedule online or call 414-839-5795.
Hayat Pharmacy- Layton Ave is located at 805 W. Layton Ave. They offer rapid antigen, regular PCR, and same day PCR. Appointments are required- call 414-483-0000
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