The people most at risk from the coronavirus are the most vaccinated in Wisconsin.
The state’s Department of Health Services yesterday said 80-percent of people 65 and older have gotten one dose of the vaccine. Nearly 60-percent of people between 55 and 64 have gotten a shot as well. The vaccine numbers shrink as you go down the age chart.
DHS says two-point-four-million people in the state have gotten one dose of the vaccine, and another one-point-eight-million have gotten both doses. CLICK HERE FOR MORE FROM WI DHS.
We’ll show you different sides so you can decide, and Wisconsin’s Republican U.S. Senator says there is nothing wrong with asking questions about face masks and the coronavirus.
Senator Ron Johnson last night angered some public health managers by suggesting that we take a look at the science behind continuing to wear masks. Specifically, Johnson said we should question whether very young children should be forced to wear masks. Johnson says he believes in masks and wears one himself, but said there’s nothing wrong with asking questions.