Out of school during her lunch break, Lydia Taft said she was excited to be one of the first preteens in Wisconsin to be vaccinated.
The news also comes as Evers said he'll prioritize aid to small businesses despite a reduction in federal stimulus for Wisconsin.
Thirteen people died and 70 were hospitalized in one day due to COVID-19 related illness, according to data released Tuesday by the Wisconsin Department of Health Services.
Adding residents ages 12 to 15 to those eligible by next week, as expected, could boost demand again.
Twenty-Nine people were hospitalized in one day due to COVID-19, according to a report, updated Monday by the Wisconsin Department of Health Services.
Vaccine supply is nearing demand as officials worry a Michigan-like surge in cases could appear in Wisconsin.
Three deaths and 70 hospitalizations related to COVID-19 were recorded on Wednesday by the Wisconsin Department of Health Services.
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The state reported a total of 299 cases of the variant first found in England, up from a total of 148 last week.
Three people died and 34 more were hospitalized due to the COVID-19 virus, according to a Monday report by the Wisconsin Department of Health Services.
At least half of recent cases sequenced are of the more contagious variants, officials say.
Five deaths and 25 hospitalizations due to COVID-19 were recorded by the Wisconsin Department of Health Services on Wednesday.
"It’s time to just move forward and get everybody with a shot in their arm."
Three people died and 33 people were hospitalized due to COVID-19 related illness across the state according to Wisconsin Department of Health Services data release Monday.
A Wisconsin health official said the state still plans to open up the vaccine to the general public on May 1, but it's likely general vaccinations could begin sooner.
“We don’t want to take five steps back just when we’re at the cusp of things getting a lot better,” said Julie Willems Van Dijk.
Fifteen people died and 53 were hospitalized due to COVID-19 related illness in Wisconsin on Wednesday.
The general public should be eligible in May, with "herd immunity" possible by June if most seek shots.
Fourteen people died and 76 people were hospitalized due to COVID-19 related illness across the state, according to data provided by the Wisconsin Department of Health Services on Wednesday.
Some 2 million residents are expected to become eligible for shots in coming weeks.
The state now has 19 confirmed cases of the more contagious variant first found late year in the United Kingdom, five of them in Dane County.
Educators and other groups become eligible next week as supply increases, state officials say.