On-Site Vaccination Clinics

Novir offers an integrated, cost-effective COVID-19 program to screen and vaccinate your eligible population efficiently, supported by our technology platform. 

Approved as a COVID-19 vaccinator by the Wisconsin Department of Health Services, Novir will administer vaccines on-site at your workplace, providing …

  • Convenience for you and your team, saving time and money;
  • Visibility to the vaccination status of your employees; and
  • An opportunity for you to better manage COVID risk at your workplace and deliver an additional layer of safety as you reopen, and stay open, safely, responsibly and confidently.

Our TRACK software streamlines the process, offering a solution to target and segment eligible employees; online scheduling and forms; and other capabilities to ensure a smooth process.  

Which vaccine do we offer?

The Wisconsin DHS has initially provided Novir with doses of the Moderna and Pfizer vaccines.

Moderna

  • Type: mRNA
  • Dose: Two doses 28 days apart
  • Efficacy: Decreased risk of moderate to severe COVID-19 disease by 94.1% efficacy. Reduced the risk of hospitalization by 89%
  • Source: CDC

Pfizer

  • Type: mRNA
  • Dose: Two doses 21 days apart
  • Efficacy: Decreased risk of moderate to severe COVID-19 disease by 95%. Reduced the risk of hospitalization by 100%.
  • Source: CDC

For the latest information about authorized vaccines, visit www.fda.gov/emergency-preparedness-and-response/coronavirus-disease-2019-covid-19/covid-19-vaccinesAdditional information on the Moderna vaccine be found here. Please contact us to confirm availability of vaccine.

Who is eligible to get vaccinated? 

We strictly follow DHS guidelines around eligibility and will only provide vaccinations for those who meet that criteria. Eligibility focuses on specific risks of disease, death, and hospitalization, as well as risk of exposure and spread of disease.

Eligibility groups and timing are determined by the Wisconsin DHS  https://www.dhs.wisconsin.gov/covid-19/vaccine-about.htm  

As of April 5, all Wisconsin residents ages 16 or older are eligible to receive the COVID-19 vaccine.

The CDC, Wisconsin DHS and Wisconsin Economic Development Corp. offer additional information on employer-based vaccine clincs.

More information

Learn more in this information sheet and press release. For more information and to schedule an onsite vaccination clinic, contact us at sales@novir-usa.com

Additional information on vaccinations can be found at the Centers for Disease Control website