The COVID-19 testing and vaccination clinics at the Alliant Energy Center in Madison will close next month.
Public Health Madison & Dane County made the announcement Tuesday. The clinics will close April 3.
Health Director Janel Heinrich cited a dramatic drop in cases, hospitalizations and deaths as the reason for the closure.
"We are simply adjusting our response to meet the current needs of our community," Heinrich said in a press release.
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This will be the second time the health department has closed the clinics at Alliant. They first closed them in June and reopened in January as the omicron variant swept through the state and Wisconsin experienced the highest single day total for new infections of COVID-19 during the entire pandemic.
New cases of COVID-19 are back down again. The state is averaging 344 new cases a day, according to the state Department of Health Services.
Since May 2020, more than 450,000 tests and more than 111,000 vaccines have been given at Alliant.
Public COVID-19 testing and vaccinations will still be available at the South Madison clinic at 2230 S. Park St. Vaccines are also available at the East Washington clinic at 2705 E. Washington Ave.