COVID-19 Vaccine

The West Allis Health Department is working to ensure a unified and coordinated effort to administer COVID-19 vaccine to all people in West Allis and West Milwaukee. If you have general COVID vaccine questions not answered here please email:

The West Allis Health Department has COVID vaccine appointments available 4/28 – 4/30 for the Pfizer Vaccine (must be 16 yrs or older). 
Sign up for April 28-29th: West Allis Location, Old Aurora Building (7220 W. National Ave. West Allis, WI 53214) 
Sign up for April 30th: West Milwaukee Location, St. John’s Church West Milwaukee (5500 W Greenfield Ave. West Milwaukee, WI 53214) 
COVID-19 Vaccine Interest Form

The West Allis Health Department wants to keep the community up-to-date on the latest vaccine information. People who work, live, or study in West Allis & West Milwaukee can sign-up to receive the COVID-19 Vaccine email updates by completing this form. These email updates will be used to communicate when vaccine clinic appointments become available. Once you receive an email with information about available appointments, you will need to click on the included link to register for an appointment.

*Disclaimer: This is NOT a sign up for an appointment to receive the vaccine or to be added to a waitlist. We cannot guarantee that you will be able to receive a vaccine from the West Allis Health Department as vaccine supplies are limited.


When can I get a COVID-19 vaccine?

Everyone in Wisconsin ages 16 and older is eligible to get the COVID-19 vaccine at no cost. Although everyone is eligible to get vaccine, vaccine providers will prioritize previously eligible groups. Based on the amount of vaccine doses available, it will take time for everyone in Wisconsin to get vaccinated.

Every community is different. Some places may have longer waitlists than others. But everyone will eventually have the opportunity to get vaccinated.

Where can I get the COVID-19 vaccine?

Wisconsin has over 2,000 COVID-19 registered vaccinators across the state. Use Vaccine Finder to find a provider near you! Much like your flu vaccine, there are options for where you get your COVID-19 vaccine. People can be vaccinated at many places including: health care providers, pharmacies, local health departments, places of employment, and community-based vaccination sites. Local health departments are coordinating many of the local options.

I received the Johnson & Johnson (Janssen) vaccine, what do I need to do?

As of April 13, 2021, Wisconsin providers have paused giving the Johnson & Johnson (Janssen) COVID-19 vaccine. We have paused giving it because a very small number of people who got it had a very rare side effect – a blood clot.

  • Understand that these severe events are incredibly rare.
  • Monitor for the following symptoms up to three weeks after you vaccination: severe headache, abdominal pain, leg pain, or shortness of breath. Symptoms associated with these severe events have occurred six to 13 days after receiving the vaccine.
  • If you develop any of these symptoms, contact your health care provider.
  • Use the v-safe program to report your symptoms.

Have more questions?

Check out the Wisconsin Department of Health Services - COVID-19 Vaccine: What You Need to Know webpage for the most up-to-date information on the COVID-19 Vaccine. 


Use your smartphone to tell CDC about any side effects after getting the COVID-19 vaccine. You’ll also get reminders if you need a second vaccine dose.

Register and learn more about v-safe here.

V-safe is a smartphone-based tool that uses text messaging and web surveys to provide personalized health check-ins after you receive a COVID-19 vaccination. Through v-safe, you can quickly tell CDC if you have any side effects after getting the COVID-19 vaccine. Depending on your answers, someone from CDC may call to check on you and get more information. And v-safe will remind you to get your second COVID-19 vaccine dose if you need one.

Your participation in CDC’s vsafe makes a difference — it helps keep COVID-19 vaccines safe.