If you remember the El Mezcal Mexican Restaurant in Waterford, you know where to find ProHealth Care's new family medical clinic, a development showing how Waterford is growing from a bedroom community into a full-service municipality.
The Wisconsin Department of Health Services expects to publish a final plan early next week.
The state Department of Health Services expects to publish a final plan early next week.
The groups would be among those eligible for immunizations next under a plan before a larger state committee Thursday.
Older adults join other priority groups being cleared for immunization, even as vaccine supply remains a challenge.
Wisconsin is expanding groups eligible for COVID-19 vaccination.
Madison-area companies outlined how the pandemic has changed their businesses at a BioForward Wisconsin webinar.
The case is from Eau Claire County as others likely in the state go undetected, health officials said.
A plan approved Tuesday comes as the Trump administration said everyone 65 and older, and adults with serious medical conditions, should now qualify for shots.
But it and other potentially worrisome strains likely will be found here, scientists say.
A plan approved Tuesday comes as the Trump administration was expected to say everyone over 65 and adults with serious medical conditions should now qualify for shots.
Gov. Tony Evers called for more doses from the federal government and pharmacists said more priority groups should get shots now.
A record 548 patients got organ transplants at UW Hospital last year, including a record 315 people who received kidneys, despite COVID-19 shutdowns for parts of the year.
Statewide there were a record 3,682 suspected opioid overdoses last year, up 38% from 2019 and 25% from the previous record in 2017.
Whether inmates, transit workers and others should be given priority is being considered.
The findings ease concerns that wild bats in the U.S. and Canada can be infected by humans or spread the virus to other animals, researchers said.
To meet its share of a national goal of 1 million shots a day, Wisconsin needs more doses, officials said.
The $25 million project is being pursued instead of a previous $240 million plan opposed by many residents.
NorthStar Medical Radioisotopes and SHINE Medical Technologies are preparing to make a isotope used in 40,000 medical procedures a day.
Republicans criticized the rollout while state officials said it's ramping up.
1,675 residents 65 and older died from falls in 2019.
OneEvent Technologies' clients include hospitals, clinics and pharmacies in Wisconsin.
Facilities in New Glarus, Markesan and Oshkosh were among the first of Wisconsin's 360 nursing homes to provide shots.