Here are several locations where you can find the vaccine in Milwaukee: 1. 1821 N 16th St 414-977-0001; 2. 2950 S Chase Ave (414) 483-1190; 3. 400 W Wisconsin Ave 414-286-6800; 4. 2700 S 60th St (414) 988-0008; 5. 1844 S 15th St 414-999-0999; 6. 1844 S 15th St 414-335-4617;
Milwaukee Pride Inc., the parent organization of PrideFest, announced the lineup and protocols for its PridetoberFest at Henry Maier Festival Park, which is scheduled Oct. 8-9.
The City of Milwaukee is now offering $100 gift cards to residents who get their first dose of the COVID-19 vaccine, and in doing so joins a growing list of governments and companies to offer an incentive.
MILWAUKEE (CBS 58) -- Milwaukee Mayor Tom Barrett announced the city will offer a $100 COVID-19 vaccine incentive for residents who get the shot beginning Thursday, Sept. 23. Residents can only get the $100 U.S. Bank gift card if they get vaccinated at two locations, Northwest Health Center, 7630 W. Mill Road, or Southside Health Center, 1639 S. 23rd Street.
MILWAUKEE - Just days after a statewide effort ended, Milwaukee announced it is launching a COVID-19 vaccine incentive program of its own. Milwaukee Mayor Tom Barrett and Milwaukee Health Commissioner Kirsten Johnson on Tuesday, Sept. 21 announced a new $100 incentive for city residents. Beginning Thursday, Sept. 23, any city...
The city of Milwaukee will offer residents who get vaccinated against COVID-19 a $100 gift card starting Thursday, Sept. 23. The incentive program is similar to one started by the state of Wisconsin which coincided with more than 142,000 people getting their first shot between Aug. 20 and Sept.19. The statewide COVID-19 Vaccine Reward Program has since ended, but people who received a shot during that period can still submit their information until Sept. 30 to claim their $100 reward.
Starting Thursday, Milwaukee will pay people to get vaccinated for COVID-19. “Get a shot, get one hundred bucks,” said Mayor Tom Barrett describing what he said was a simple program during a press briefing Tuesday. And for the most part, it is a straightforward offer. But there are some restrictions.
MILWAUKEE (CBS 58) — Milwaukee Mayor Tom Barrett announced the city will offer a $100 COVID-19 vaccine incentive for residents who get the shot beginning Thursday, Sept. 23. Residents can only get the $100 U.S. Bank gift card if they get vaccinated at two locations, Northwest Health Center, 7630 W. Mill Road, or Southside Health Center, 1639 S. 23rd Street.
MILWAUKEE — The city of Milwaukee will offer $100 gift cards to residents getting their first dose of the COVID-19 vaccine, Mayor Tom Barrett announced Tuesday. "Get a shot get a hundred bucks. It's that straightforward. Get a shot get a hundred bucks. You can't go wrong," Barrett said. The...
MILWAUKEE – City of Milwaukee residents who receive their first COVID-19 vaccine doses at certain locations will become eligible for a $100 gift card starting this week. Mayor Tom Barrett and Health Commissioner Kirsten Johnson announced city residents over the age of 12 who receive their first dose of a vaccine at the Northwest Health Center (7630 W. Mill Rd.) or Southside Health Center (1639 S. 23rd St.) will receive one $100 U.S. Bank gift card on site, while supplies last. The program begins Thursday.
MILWAUKEE – This week’s gating metrics tell a similar story to last week’s. The seven-day burden rate remains in the “excessive transmission” category at 277.6 positive cases per 100,000 people. The percentage of positive cases increased to 10%, moving this metric back into the “high transmission” category for the first time since the week of August 12.
The city of Milwaukee will give $100 gift cards to 1,000 residents receiving their first dose of a Covid-19 vaccine at the Northwest and Southside health centers starting Thursday. That city-led program kicks in after the state’s $100 vaccine incentive expired on Sunday. The city is using federal grant money...
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Post from Community: MATC to Host Public COVID-19 Vaccine Clinic at the Downtown Milwaukee Campus Sept. 28
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The Menomonee Falls Village Board passed a resolution Monday night preventing village employees from being required to get a COVID-19 vaccine.