Stories tagged: "coronavirus"


People who received vaccinations at UW-Eau Claire’s Zorn Arena, a Federal Emergency Management Agency vaccination site that opened Thursday, sit in a waiting area to make sure they don’t have reactions to the vaccine. The site is one of three FEMA vaccination locations in Wisconsin. (Photo courtesy UW-Eau Claire)
Numbers Game: State Hits 2 Million Vaccinated, but Daily New COVID Cases Are Surging Again

It’s a race between vials and viruses as highly contagious strains infect young adults and more clinics are being opened.

Ted Crutcher, 70, of Milwaukee, gets a dose of Pfizer's COVID-19 vaccine Feb. 4 from Jordan Bretzmann, a nurse at Progressive Community Health Centers. (Photo by Jonathon Sadowski)
30 States Plan to Open General Vaccine Eligibility Early. Wisconsin Is Still Thinking About It.

Lack of supply from the federal government remains an issue, deputy health secretary says.

Milwaukee Public Schools building
Most Milwaukee Students Headed Back to Classrooms Next Month

Parents will still be given the option to keep their child in all-virtual classes.

William Cerny and his wife, JoAnne, read together, one of many activities they enjoyed doing as a couple. William was extremely fit and energetic for his age, but he died Oct. 21, 2020, at age 89, just five days after contracting COVID-19. JoAnne tested positive as well but never exhibited symptoms of the illness. (Photo courtesy of Steve Cerny)
One Year Later, COVID-19 Deaths Leave Many Holes Across Wisconsin

As coronavirus cases are down, the impact of losses from the virus continues to be felt.

Man getting a COVID-19 vaccine
Wisconsinites With These 20 Pre-Existing Conditions Are Now Eligible for the COVID Vaccine

Evers also signs law letting dentists give vaccines to protect against COVID-19 and the flu.

Healthcare workers will most likely be among the first to receive the COVID-19 vaccine when it becomes available. Image via Shutterstock; Graphic by Rebecca Russ/COURIER.
What You Need to Know About the COVID-19 Vaccines Now in Wisconsin

Tackling some frequently asked questions about vaccines.

Aurora Medical Center in Grafton where a pharmacist is suspected of spoiling hundreds of doses of COVID-19 vaccine. (Photo via Mark Hoffman/Milwaukee Journal Sentinel for Associated Press)
Grafton Police: Pharmacist Accused of Destroying Vaccine Is a Conspiracy Theorist Who Said the World Is ‘Crashing Down’

Report says Steven Brandenburg was storing weapons and food in bulk, going through divorce, making false virus claims.