Wisconsin’s COVID-19 vaccination program is one of the tops in the nation.
WKOW reported yesterday that University of Wisconsin-Madison Professor Ajay Sethi says the state is number three in the country with the percentage of vaccine received to that which is actually administered. Sethi says Wisconsin is administering around 85-percent of doses received.
Madison takes its first delivery of the Johnson and Johnson COVID single dose vaccine.
Nearly 12-thousand doses arrived at the Public Health Madison and Dane County offices Friday. The doses are to be applied starting Tuesday to those who are eligible with a focus on teachers and childcare workers. The PHMDC vaccination sessions will happen at the Alliant Energy Center.
If you are interested in more information about available doses, a COVID-19 vaccine registry is now available in Wisconsin.
The registry can be used by authorized vaccinators across the state to help set up appointments. The registry provides an easy solution for sites that need an appointment waitlist management system, in particular for smaller scale vaccination clinics. YOU CAN GET THERE WITH A CLICK HERE!