While many are breathing a sigh of relief that they’re now eligible for the COVID-19 vaccine, it can quickly lead way to frustration when trying to book an appointment.
Determining which groups to prioritize for COVID-19 vaccine distribution is tough, but so is waiting.
Like after a long winter, change is in the air. Vaccinators say that much-talked-about light at the end of the tunnel is getting closer by the day.
Entering the pandemic, most didn’t know what we were getting into. Now a year later, it’s clear vaccination appointments are the way out.
From the lost memories of what could have been to the painful new ones, there’s nothing fair about COVID-19.
Vaccination rates per state tracked by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention have consistently ranked Wisconsin near the bottom for shots in arms per 100,000 in population.
Getting the vaccine everywhere it needs to go is a big task, but a new program is underway bringing resources to all pockets of Wisconsin.
After a year of masking and social distancing, nearly everyone is yearning for a sense of normalcy and science shows that might not be too far off.
On December 14, TV screens everywhere showed frontline nurses in Wisconsin and around the U.S. getting their first COVID-19 vaccine dose.
A representative at Sauk Prairie Healthcare said that by the end of the day Monday, all employees who had requested a vaccine would be vaccinated. That includes about 470 employees at multiple locations.
As more and more health care and front line workers are vaccinated against COVID-19, many are wondering when it will be their turn.
SSM Health will begin vaccinating health care workers outside of its own employees Wednesday, starting with smaller frontline health organizations and moving on to larger groups next week.