After a successful spring, Wisconsin has stubbornly stayed below 50% of residents who have received their first dose of COVID-19 vaccine.
Joint effort from the city and county aims for 3,000 new vaccinations in 30 days as shots plateau across the state.
Wisconsin still stubbornly below 50% receiving at least one dose of protection against a virus that has now killed 7,200 in the state.
With vaccinations dropping, Milwaukee is figuring out how to overcome hesitancy and get shots to people right in their own neighborhoods.
Science communicators see more people using unreliable information sources, so it's no longer enough to say, "Just do it."
Drop-off in demand was expected, but not this quickly.
“We’re very hopeful that this will be a fairly short pause,” Department of Health Services deputy secretary says.