COVID-19 Vaccine Information
- 5/13/21 DHS: Wisconsin now offering Pfizer COVID-19 vaccinations to children ages 12-15
- 5/12/21 FDA: expanded the emergency use authorization for the Pfizer vaccine to adolescents 12-15
- 3/30/21 Starting April 5, everyone 16 and older will be eligible to get a COVID vaccination in Wisconsin.
- Vaccination Planning for Educators Checklist
- Non-branded PowerPoint can be used and adapted by school nurses and school districts to provide general information on COVID-19 vaccines to promote vaccine acceptance.
- Vaccines for Teachers, School Staff, and Childcare Workers: How to Get Vaccinated
- Vaccine Communication Toolkit
- Vaccine Toolkit for School Settings and Childcare Programs
Wisconsin Department of Health Services Resources
- Refer to the DHS COVID-19: Vaccine page for the latest information.
- Post-Vaccination Guidance for Schools
- New Wisconsin COVID-19 vaccine data dashboard
- Vaccine Communication Framework and related webinar
- Language, Graphic and Print Resources
Note: A related resource on vaccine facts includes social media graphics and messages for all platforms.
Equal Employment Opportunity Commission Resources
- What You Should Know About COVID-19 and the ADA, the Rehabilitation Act, and Other EEO Laws, which includes a Q & A document with information regarding vaccinations (refer to section K).
- During the 1/13/21 WASB Legal and Legislative Update webinar, WASB Legal and Government Relations Staff provided some currently-known information regarding COVID-19 vaccinations, including vaccine requirements for students and staff, the appropriateness of incentives for those receiving a vaccine, and updates on vaccine distribution in Wisconsin and educators’ priority to receive it. (Refer to pages 3-9 of the Legal Q & A document for vaccination information.)
- January/February 2021 WASB Legal Comment, “Districts’ Ability to Require Vaccinations of Employees and Students”