The final COVID-19 vaccine clinic at UWEC Zorn Arena will be on Wednesday, June 30th from 3pm-7pm.

Community vaccine clinics in July are moving to the Health Department and the UWEC Water Street Parking lot, which will be operated as a drive-through and walk-up clinic. From April 8 to June 23, more than 14,400 vaccine doses were given at Zorn Arena.

This includes 634 doses of Johnson & Johnson vaccine and 13,781 first and second doses of Pfizer vaccine. As the demand for vaccinations decreases, the Health Department and UWEC are working to make it even easier for people to get their vaccine.

“The partnership that came together to operate the Zorn Arena Clinic for nearly 3 months has been an incredible asset to help get many people vaccinated in our community and region,” said Lieske Giese, Health Department Director. “Now, we are excited to offer a drive-thru clinic for anyone who prefers to get vaccinated while staying in their car. Just drive up, roll down your window, and roll up your sleeve!”

Vaccines at both locations will be free and no ID or proof of citizenship will be needed. Appointments are optional and may be scheduled at Walk-ins are also welcome.

UWEC Water Street Parking Lot – drive thru or walk up • Dates: Wednesdays 4-6 pm, July 7 – 28 • Location: UWEC Water Street Parking Lot, 101 Chippewa St, Eau Claire (enter on 2nd Ave) • Vaccine: Pfizer (ages 12+) and a limited supply of Johnson & Johnson (ages 18+)

Eau Claire-City County Health Department • Dates: Thursdays 4-6 pm, July 8 – 29 • Location: Eau Claire County Courthouse, 721 Oxford Ave (enter door C12E at the intersection of Lake St. and 2nd Ave) • Vaccine: Pfizer (ages 12+), Moderna (ages 18+), limited supply of Johnson & Johnson (ages 18+)

Pop-up clinics will continue to be hosted by the Health Department around the community. For a vaccine clinic calendar and more information, visit: or Questions? Call the Health Department at 715-839-4718.

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