As La Crosse County hits 36.4% fully vaccinated Tuesday three health clinics are offering walk-ins.
Anyone 16 and older who wants the vaccine can get it now at Mayo Clinic Health System, Weber Health Logistics and Gundersen Health System.
Mayo will accept walk-ins at its Public Immunization Clinic, the Professional Arts Building on 10th Street (map). The above picture is the Mayo vaccine clinic entrance.
It is, however, encouraging you schedule an appointment by logging in or creating an account here (Patient Online Service), then click “appointments and admissions.” From there, you’ll have to answer a series of questions and schedule a time. Otherwise, schedule by calling Mayo at 608-392-7400.
Weber Health in downtown La Crosse is accepting walk-ins every Tuesday (8 a.m. – 6 p.m.), Wednesday (11 a.m. – 7 p.m.) and Saturday (9 a.m. – noon). It’s located here (map).
Gundersen will accept walk-ins from 8 a.m.-3 p.m. Monday-Friday at its Onalaska Clinic (map). Otherwise, make an appointment using the MyChart portal or call 608-775-6829.
Nearly half of La Crosse County residents (48.7%) have gotten the first vaccinate shot.
Statewide, 31.9% of Wisconsin residents are fully vaccinated, while 42.3% have gotten the first shot.
Iowa and Minnesota vaccination numbers are nearly identical.
Tuesday, there were 815 added cases of COVID-19 in Wisconsin, along with 17 deaths and 100 hospitalizations.
Minnesota added 1,088 cases and 12 deaths.