Clinic slated for Saturday
COVID-19 vaccine available by appointment in Hortonville
A covid vaccination clinic is open to the public, ages 16 and older, at Hortonville High School from 8-10 a.m. Saturday, April 17.
This clinic will be by appointment only and the Pfizer vaccine will be administered.
Appointments are limited and can be scheduled by visiting www.Outagamie.org and clicking on the “Schedule 4/17 COVID-19 Vaccine Appointment” link at the top of the homepage.
Individuals unable to schedule online can call 920-450-6263 for assistance.
The clinic is a collaborative effort of Outagamie County Public Health, Uvanta Pharmacy and Hortonville Area School District (HASD).
“We’re leaning on trusted partners to be able to reach out to our rural communities,” said Natalie Vandeveld Outagamie County Public Health Officer. “Hortonville Area School District and Uvanta Pharmacy tested this vaccine administration model when educators became eligible last month and their system worked well.”
“The Hortonville Area School District is excited to partner with Outagamie County Public Health and Uvanta Pharmacy to support a community vaccination clinic at Hortonville High School.” District Administrator Todd Timm said, “The district believes the clinic is an opportunity to support the health and well-being of our community.”
Vandeveld noted, “It is important to continue preventative measures such as vaccination, physical distancing, use of masks, hand washing and staying home when sick will reduce the spread of COVID-19. Meanwhile, Outagamie County Public Health is working closely with our partner agencies to continue our intensive efforts to vaccinate our community as quickly as possible. Choosing to receive the COVID-19 vaccine remains the best action one can take towards stopping further spread here in our communities.”