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COVID-19 Vaccinations (Pfizer only) will be offered on October 8th, 22nd, and 29th at the Brown County Sophie Beaumont Building at 111 N Jefferson St, Green Bay, WI 54301. We will offer first, second, and booster/additional shots at these clinics. Appointments are encouraged but not required. To reserve your timeslot please visit: 

Oct. 6, 2021
Do you work in the downtown Green Bay area? Are you a Brown County or City of Green Bay employee? Brown County Public Health is offering a COVID-19 vaccine clinic at the Sophie Beaumont building downtown Green Bay!

Check out this graphic for more details and share with someone you know! Appointments are recommended but not required. Pfizer vaccine will be offered. Visit to sign up for a timeslot.
Sept. 29, 2021
Brown County Public Health (BCPH), in partnership with Edge Barbershop, We All Rise AARC and African Heritage, Inc. will be hosting a Friday Night Out this Friday October 1st from 4-6 p.m. Food and music will be provided by Jamaica Mi Krazy and BCPH nurses will be onsite to give COVID-19 vaccinations.

BCPH will be offering first and second doses of the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine free of charge. If you haven’t gotten vaccinated yet, or are in need of your second dose, please come see us at Edge Barbershop: 402 S Broadway Green Bay, WI 54303.

A $25 gift card to Walmart will be given to everyone receiving their COVID-19 vaccine courtesy of UnitedHealthcare.
Sept. 29, 2021
Mark your calendars! Brown County Health and Human Services Department is planning a FREE Fall Health Day on Saturday 9/11/21 from 10am-3pm at the Resch Expo. Immunizations, COVID-19 vaccines, and free hearing and vision screenings will be available to attendees. 

For more information, visit
Sept. 2, 2021
Did you hear? Wisconsin residents who get their first dose of any #COVID19 vaccine from an in state vaccinator can get a $100 Visa gift card from now until September 6th! Wisconsinites 12 years old and older are eligible and no proof of insurance, citizenship, or ID is required. Get more details at
Aug. 25, 2021
Are you planning on attending our Brown County Health Expo?

We’re excited to spotlight some of our amazing vendors that will be there on Saturday September 11th. Stay tuned for weekly highlights and more information!

This week we’re spotlighting our Vaccines For Children (VFC) and COVID-19 vaccine clinics! You can learn more about VFC clinics and vaccines & why they’re important here:

Check out for more Expo/Vendor information!

Aug. 11, 2021
Brown County is now experiencing a substantial level of community transmission. Our public health departments are strongly recommending masking in indoor settings even if you are vaccinated. This new guidance has been put in place to protect those who are unvaccinated and those who are immunocompromised.

For more information, click here.

Aug. 3, 2021
DYK? Brown County Public Health is hosting a #COVID19 vaccine clinic with our friends at N.E.W. Community Clinic. Check out this flyer for more information and share with someone you know!
#StayHealthyBC #YouStopTheSpread #WeCanDoThis
July 7, 2021
Did you hear? The Lambeau Field Community Vaccination Site will be closing on June 30th. Don’t miss out on getting your COVID-19 vaccine with a view of Lambeau Field!

Schedule your Lambeau Field vaccine appointment today at The staff at Lambeau will help you schedule your second vaccine.
June 16, 2021
Brown County Public Health, Prevea Health, Bellin Health, N.E.W. Community Clinic, Aurora BayCare Medical Center, and Green Bay Metro Public Transportation are excited to announce the launch of a mobile COVID-19 vaccine clinic that will be hosted on a city bus. This program is part of the collaborative effort to promote vaccine equity by making COVID-19 vaccines more accessible for everyone in Brown County. To view the press release, please click here
June 9, 2021
It’s tick and mosquito season! Learn how you can #FightTheBite at
June 2, 2021
Brown County Public Health (BCPH) and the Aging & Disability Resource Center (ADRC) of Brown County, in partnership with Bellin Health and De Pere Public Health, are excited to announce the start of in-home vaccinations for people in our community who face barriers leaving their homes. To view the press release, please click here
May 26, 2021
Brown County Public Health, De Pere Health Department, and Oneida Nation Health Department released a statement regarding the new CDC guidance for fully vaccinated individuals. To view the press release, click here. 
May 18, 2021
Scheduled your COVID-19 vaccine at Lambeau Field? Great! We can’t wait to see you!
Don’t forget that the Lambeau vaccine clinic has moved to a new spot in the stadium. Take your seat for your vaccine by entering through the South Gate and taking the elevators to the Terrace Suites on Level 5.
Other vaccine clinic options can be found here or at
May 13, 2021
Brown County Public Health shares resources on COVID-19 vaccination and testing on These resources are available in English, Spanish and Hmong languages.

For testing information:
For vaccination information:
Apr. 28, 2021
“We are pausing administration of the Johnson & Johnson vaccine out of an abundance of caution. While adverse events appear to be extremely rare, Wisconsin vaccine providers will stop administering the J&J COVID-19 vaccine until a federal review is complete.”

Click here to view the entire statement.
Apr. 15, 2021
Brown County Public Health (BCPH) continues to strongly encourage individuals to wear masks to reduce the spread of COVID-19. Effectively immediately, BCPH is issuing a Health Advisory to further communicate to the public the importance of wearing masks to fight the pandemic. This advisory is not an order or mandate, as BCPH cannot currently issue an enforceable mask order without authority from the County Board being provided in the form of an Ordinance.

To view the full Health Advisory click here
Mar. 31, 2021
If you are curious, or need more information on the eligible groups, please check out the graphic included in this post and share with someone you know! Remember that anyone who is part of phase 1A, 1B, or IC are eligible to receive the vaccine right now.

You can learn more and stay up to date on all information related to the COVID-19 vaccine the following ways:
DHS: or
#StayHealthyBC #YouStopTheSpread
Mar. 25, 2021
The Brown County Community Health Assessment and Improvement Plan (CHA/CHIP) is a tool used to help understand and improve the health and well-being of our community. 
Now we are asking the community to share their feedback with us!  We would like feedback on the Assessment as well as input into the proposed priorities and actions steps. To view the CHA/CHIP, two page summary document, and the survey, please click here. Thank you for sharing your feedback with us! 
Mar. 12, 2021
Did you know DHS offers a call center to answer COVID-19 vaccination questions!

Call 1-844-684-1064 (toll free) for information.

Mar. 10, 2021
This week, the Wisconsin Department of Health Service (DHS) announced that new groups of individuals are now eligible to receive the COVID-19 vaccine!
We also learned that the state of Wisconsin will be receiving doses of the newly approved Johnson & Johnson vaccine.
You can check out all the latest news and information here:
Brown County Public Health will be sure to keep our community updated as more information becomes available.
Mar. 3, 2021
You are never alone! Don’t be afraid to ask for help or reach out for support.
Learn how to cope, and help others cope, with grief, stress or anxiety caused by COVID-19.
Learn more here:
Feb. 24, 2021

If you have symptoms of #COVID19 or were in close contact with someone who was diagnosed, you should get tested!

Talk to your doctor, go to a testing site, or order an at-home testing kit!

You can find more information and resources here:
Feb. 18, 2021

Getting to this point was possible thanks to the Emergency Use Authorization (EUA) issued by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration.

There were a number of steps that needed to happen to ensure the vaccine was safe for use before it gets to you.

You can learn more about this process here:
U.S. Vaccine Safety - Overview, History, and How It Works | CDC
#StayHealthyBC #YouStopTheSpread
Dec. 17, 2020

In response to new guidelines released by the CDC and Wisconsin Department of Health Services Brown County Public Health has updated quarantine guidance for close contacts of someone diagnosed with COVID19.

While 14 days is still the safest option, quarantine can end:
• After 10 days with no symptoms
• After 7 days with no symptoms and a negative test

Get details you need to protect yourself and your community:
Dec. 9, 2020
COVID-19 Update Confirmed Case in Brown County
Click here to review the entire press release
Mar. 19, 2020
COVID-19 Update: Confirmed Cases in Brown County
Click here to read the entire press release.
Mar. 19, 2020