The COVID-19 death rate among the unvaccinated nearly doubled last month, the state health department said.
It's the highest daily total since Jan. 25, with hospitalizations this week at the highest level this year.
Paying women for visits and calls encouraging them to quit may reduce other health care costs, researchers found.
UW Health isn't requiring the vaccines but is considering doing so.
The clinic at the Arena building at the Alliant Center will offer booster doses for those who are eligible, as well as first and second vaccine doses for anyone 12 and older.
But a community midwife says they haven't been contacted to provide an alternative.
The program, started in 2018, wasn't sustainable, officials said. Midwives are still an option at Meriter Hospital.
The class-action case seeks compensation for other families whose children age 10 or older were denied coverage.
With COVID-19 still spreading at high levels in Wisconsin and hospital capacity challenged, health officials on Thursday stressed booster shots for those eligible, first doses for the unvaccinated and annual flu vaccines for everyone at least six months old.
Recent tests of the study's samples from March 2020 showed the first household spread of COVID-19 in Wisconsin.
The Hispanic infant mortality rate is now highest of any group, including Blacks, for which the level has long been high.
HMO members will now have 38 primary care clinics to choose from, up from 19.
The rate of new COVID-19 cases in Wisconsin is highest among school-age children, and schools are reporting more than twice as many outbreaks as at the same time last year, state health officials said Wednesday.
Cases among children are higher than this time last year but lower than later last fall, health department says.
A COVID-19 crunch is hitting hospitals around Wisconsin.
The vaccine incentive program was aimed at taming the coronavirus delta variant surge.
The model, in which patients pay monthly fees outside of insurance, is growing even in the HMO-dominated Madison market.
The data, from Epic medical records, echoes other reports of increased gun violence last year.
Those without shots were nearly four times more likely to get COVID-19 and 11 times more likely to die from it in August than those fully vaccinated, the state said.
The company also plans to make remote exams available in Janesville.
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