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ATTENTION: ALL MEMBERS OF THE WISCONSIN NATIONAL GUARD

As the federal government moves closer to the approval and distribution of a vaccination for COVID-19, it is important for Wisconsin National Guard members, civilians and families to have information and facts about the vaccine. When researching information about the COVID-19 vaccine, it is critical to obtain data from a credible source, such as the Centers for Disease Control (CDC).   Listed below are a number of resources to help educate you about the COVID-19 vaccine.

  1. FACTS ABOUT THE VACCINE from the Centers for Disease Control (CDC): https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/vaccines/vaccine-benefits/facts.html
  1. VACCINE INFORMATION FOR YOU & YOUR FAMILY – educate yourself about the COVID-19 vaccine: https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/vaccines/index.html
  1. MODERNA COVID-19 VACCINE – information sheet
  1. PFIZER COVID-19 VACCINE – information sheet
  1. WISCONSIN DEPT OF HEALTH – get the latest information for Wisconsin COVID-19 information: COVID-19 (Coronavirus Disease) | Wisconsin Department of Health Services
sm210104 A A3612 1005Sgt. Derrick Ziegler, right, a combat medic with the Wisconsin National Guard’s 105th Cavalry Regiment, explains procedures for receiving the second round of the Moderna COVID-19 vaccine series following administration of the first round at the Armed Forces Reserve Center in Madison, Wisconsin, Jan. 4, 2021. Soldiers and Airmen with the Wisconsin National Guard, as well as Soldiers with Urban Augmentation Medical Task Force-531, received the vaccination to better support COVID-19 relief operations across the state. U.S. Northern Command, through U.S. Army North, remains committed to providing flexible U.S. Department of Defense support to the Federal Emergency Management Agency in support of the whole-of-America COVID-19 response. (U.S. Army photo by Spc. John Weaver)    sm210104 A A3612 1007Brig. Gen. David O’Donahue, right, dual status commander for COVID-19 relief efforts in Wisconsin, receives the first round of the Moderna COVID-19 vaccine from Spc. Victoria Palme, left, a combat medic with the Wisconsin Army National Guard’s Headquarters and Headquarters Command, 1st Battalion, 128th Infantry Regiment, at the Armed Forces Reserve Center in Madison, Wisconsin, Jan. 4, 2021. Soldiers and Airmen with the Wisconsin National Guard, as well as Soldiers with Urban Augmentation Medical Task Force-531, received the vaccination to better support COVID-19 relief operations across the state. U.S. Northern Command, through U.S. Army North, remains committed to providing flexible U.S. Department of Defense support to the Federal Emergency Management Agency in support of the whole-of-America COVID-19 response. (U.S. Army photo by Spc. John Weaver)