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Posted on: June 7, 2021

St. Croix County Extends Mask Advisory and Adds New Vaccine Clinics

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New Richmond, WI: St. Croix County Public Health has extended their Mask Advisory until August 5, 2021.  Under the Mask Advisory, Public Health continues to recommend every individual, age five and older, in St. Croix County wear a face mask if the following apply: 

  1. The individual is not fully vaccinated or 
  2. The individual is fully vaccinated and is 
    1. At local businesses and workplaces which ask individuals to mask.
    2. In healthcare settings.
    3. In K-12 schools.
    4. At a place where masks are required by local, tribal, or territorial laws, rules, and regulations. 
    5. If they are residents or employees in a correctional or detention facility, jail, or homeless shelter.

Public Health recommends wearing masks for those not fully vaccinated as an important tool to fight this virus. They are encouraging those who have not been vaccinated for COVID-19 to get vaccinated at a location that is convenient for them. 

New COVID-19 Clinics

Starting June 16, St. Croix County Public Health will hold COVID-19 vaccination clinics every Wednesday from 1 to 3pm at the Services Center in New Richmond. Both the Pfizer and Johnson and Johnson vaccines will be available at these clinics. The Pfizer vaccine is a two-dose vaccine and is available for anyone 12 and older. The Johnson and Johnson vaccine is a one dose vaccine available for those 18 and older. Those who want to get a vaccine at these clinics are asked to sign up using the form on the vaccine page of the St. Croix County Website.

Where can I find more information?

You can find more information about the Mask Advisory and how to get a COVID-19 vaccine on the St. Croix County website: 


Contact: Adam Kastonek – Public Information Officer

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