The evidence is mounting emerging that the Covid-19 pandemic in Wisconsin is decelerating — including avoiding a post-Thanksgiving surge — and Medical College of Wisconsin president and CEO Dr. John Raymond Sr. says there are three possible reasons.
Raymond noted in remarks on webinars Monday and Tuesday that Covid-19 hospitalizations, which is the most objective measure of the disease’s severity, have continued a downward trend the past four weeks. Also, the number of new ca
Health officials say about 10,000 doses of the first federally-approved, COVID-19 vaccine have arrived in Wisconsin. That's about one-fifth of the doses expected in the state by later this week. Health care workers are supposed to be the first to get the vaccine, but most won't be vaccinated until later this month. State officials say the doses of the vaccine made by Pfizer were delivered Monday to two distribution centers or hubs. UW-Health, the health care system part of UW
PLEASANT PRAIRIE, Wis. (CBS 58) – Now that the COVID-19 vaccine is in Wisconsin, what’s the plan to roll it out at the local level? According to the Pfizer’s website, their facility in Pleasant Prairie will serve as a distribution center. From the outside it looks quiet, but local officials tell us there’s plenty of work going on inside to make sure this rollout is a smooth as possible. “I think the most accurate word to describe what’s going on is fluid,” says Milwaukee Mayo