Fewer people are lining-up to get their coronavirus shots in Wisconsin.
The state’s Department of Health Services’ latest numbers show that just over 18-thousand vaccine doses were handed-out last week. That’s nearly half the number of doses that were handed-out one month before. Vaccinations in Wisconsin peaked in April of last year at over 430-thousand-doses in one week. They peaked again when the omicron struck in November of last year at over 220-thousand-doses in a week. They have steadily fallen since then.