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covid 19 vaccine

The latest on our COVID-19 vaccination efforts

Due to limited supply, we do not have vaccine appointments available in La Crosse and Onalaska.

  • First-dose vaccine appointments will be held as scheduled this week.
  • Our appointments are available only to patients who received an invitation.
  • We will notify you through MyChart, letter or phone call when it's your time to schedule.
  • If you have an opportunity to receive the vaccination outside Gundersen, take it.

number of vaccines given system-wide. 1st dose: 20,508. 2nd dose: 10,794.Number of vaccines given system-wide
*As of Feb. 26 at 8 a.m.


Who is eligible to get vaccinated?

While you wait

  • Sign up for MyChart: When it's time to schedule your vaccine, you will get a MyChart message and be able to schedule conveniently in MyChart.

Latest news

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FAQs

Have questions on the vaccine? We have answers.

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Other vaccine locations

See vaccination options in our community.

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I'm vaccinated. Now what?

Side effects. You may have pain or swelling at the injection site. You may also feel tired and have a fever, chills, and headache. You'll feel better within a few days. Remember, mild side effects are normal as your body builds protection against COVID-19.

Immunity. You'll reach a maximum protection level of 95% within two weeks after your second dose.

Masking and distancing. The vaccine reduces your chances of becoming sick from COVID-19, but we still don't know if the vaccine prevents us from spreading the virus. Until we know for sure, you should continue to mask and socially distance after you're vaccinated.

what to expect

We've taken steps at all our locations to keep you and our staff healthy and safe. Here's what to expect when you visit us.

Stay safe