Wessman arena in Superior is now one of five community based locations in Wisconsin for residents to go and get the COVID-19 vaccine. According to WDIO Superior Mayor Jim Paine said in a Pres Conference on Tuesday:

This is not just an educational institution, this is a public institution in every meaning of the word. They have committed to helping us get through this, allowing us to use this facility to get more people vaccinated really is the Wisconsin idea.

These community based sites have become so important all over the United States making easier access to get the vaccine and helping avoid lines where some people across the nation have waited for hours only to be turned away at the last minute due to a shortage of the vaccine.

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These particular vaccines are being coordinated through Douglas County Public Health who are planning to initially give 200 vaccines of Pfizer, but may be able to up that to 500 depending on the availability of said vaccine.

The vaccine is available to anyone ages 16 and older who live, work or go to school in Wisconsin. You need to schedule an appointment before you go by using the Wisconsin COVID-19 Vaccine Registry. The clinic will be open Tuesday through Saturday from 11am-7pm. If you are not able to schedule an appointment your name will be put on a waiting list and you will be contacted when an appointment becomes available.

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