More than 56,000 Wisconsinites have completed their COVID-19 vaccination series, according to state data released Friday.Read More
Author: Sean Kirkby
Wisconsin health officials are looking at ways to get COVID-19 shots into arms faster at long-term care facilities across the state.
Emergency center ‘last piece of the puzzle’ for transforming Milwaukee County’s mental health system
A proposed mental health emergency center is “really the last piece of the puzzle” for redesigning Milwaukee County’s mental health system, says Mike Lappen, administrator for the county’s Behavioral Health Division.Read More
Wisconsin recently completed its largest day of COVID-19 vaccination so far, a top state health official said Thursday.Read More
The Assembly Committee on Health considered a bill Wednesday that would require state officials to develop a plan to start vaccinating the general public no later than mid-March.
Educators, those living and working in congregate living settings, and those involved in the food chain, including grocery store workers, would be prioritized for COVID-19 vaccines under a plan forwarded to the Department of Health Services for consideration Thursday morning.
Wisconsin continues to see a very high level of COVID-19 activity, but the state’s overall trajectory is trending downward, according to DHS data released Wednesday.
A conservative law firm sued Dane County over its COVID-19 restrictions on Wednesday. It's similar to a challenge the firm filed last year that the Wisconsin Supreme Court declined to immediately take up.
Health officials said 45,638 Wisconsinites have completed their COVID-19 vaccination series as of Tuesday.Read More