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5/5/2022
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
4/1/22
CONTACT: Susan Smith, Wood County Health Department Director/Health Officer
(715) 421-8911
2nd COVID-19 Booster Available to Ages 50+
Wisconsin Rapids, WI – The U.S. Food and Drug Administration approved a second Pfizer or Moderna booster ...
2/2/2022
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE 2/2/22 CONTACT: Susan Kunferman, Wood County Health Department Director/Health Officer (715) 421-8911 Free N95 Masks Available to the Public  Wisconsin Rapids, WI – ...
1/10/2022
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE 1/10/22 CONTACT: Susan Kunferman, Wood County Health Department Director/Health Officer (715) 421-8911 Wood County Continues in Crisis Mode, High COVID-19 Numbers  Wisconsin ...
12/20/2021
Public Health Advisory: Anticipated Surge in COVID-19 Disease Activity due to Omicron Variant The Department of Health Services (DHS) has issued DPH Numbered Memo BCD 2021-12. This memo includes information ...
12/9/2021
Due to the threat of inclement weather Friday, December 10 in the afternoon/evening, the Wood County Health Dept is offering earlier appt times to individuals who have a vaccine appt scheduled. If you have an appt scheduled, please feel free to come in any time after 12:15pm until your scheduled time. Do NOT arrive after your scheduled time.
11/20/2021
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE 11/20/21 CONTACT: Susan Kunferman, Wood County Health Department Director/Health Officer (715) 421-8911 Wood County Enters Crisis Mode, Highest COVID-19 Case Rate of 2021   Wisconsin ...
11/5/2021
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE 11/5/21 CONTACT: Susan Kunferman, Wood County Health Department Director/Health Officer (715) 421-8911 Moderna, Pfizer, and Johnson & Johnson Vaccine Booster Doses and COVID ...
10/1/2021
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE 10/1/21 CONTACT: Susan Kunferman, Wood County Health Department Director/Health Officer (715) 421-8911 Pfizer Booster Dose, Community Testing, and Kindness Matters Wisconsin Rapids, WI – The Wisconsin Department of Health Services recommends that the following populations SHOULD receive a booster dose of Pfizer vaccine at least 6 months after receiving their second dose of Pfizer vaccine in order to further strengthen their immunity: ...
9/17/2021
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE 9/17/21 CONTACT: Susan Kunferman, Wood County Health Department Director/Health Officer (715) 421-8911 Wood County Increase in COVID Cases Causing Limited Capacity for Health ...