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Wisconsin Health Official Says Johnson & Johnson Vaccine Is In 'Very Normal Range' For Effectiveness
Around 47,000 doses of the newly approved Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccine are expected to arrive in Wisconsin next week. While health officials are pushing the positives of the vaccine — it’s only one dose versus two and the fact that it can be shipped anywhere because it only requires refrigeration and not ultra-cold storage — some people have concerns. The Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccine has shown to be at most 72% effective at preventing COVID-19 infections. That’s compared to
Wisconsin Republicans Propose Lengthy List of Voting Law Changes
This legislative cycle, Republicans around the country have proposed hundreds of bills that would restrict access to voting, taking aim at issues like absentee voting, voter registration and disability access. Wisconsin Republicans are part of that trend, releasing their plans as well.
City Of Milwaukee Plans To Complete Educator Vaccinations By March 15
Updated 10:39 a.m. Within the next two weeks, Milwaukee plans to vaccinate all educators living or working in the city who want a shot. The Milwaukee Health Department announced Tuesday that it expects to receive 17,000 COVID-19 vaccine doses between March 1-15 that will be used for school and childcare workers. Volunteers from Children's Hospital and Medical College of Wisconsin will help staff the clinics. “We feel really comfortable that in the next two weeks we will be able to get all
Small Farm In Waukesha County Works To Show Why Organic Food Matters
Linda Halley is general manager of Gwenyn Hill Farm in the Town of Delafield. "Gwenyn" means honeybee in Welsh. Halley says the name is a nod to generations of people who farmed this lush valley, starting back in 1842. “A Williams married the original farmer’s daughter, another Williams bought the land next door, and so this was just a valley of Williams farmers. [They] dairy farmed and one of them had sheep, [which is] a Welsh thing,” says Hawley. By the 2010s, most of the Williams family had
Spotlight On Wisconsin Senators Intensifies As COVID-19 Relief Bill Advances In Congress
President Biden's $1.9 trillion COVID-19 relief package passed the House of Representatives over the weekend with the backing of all three Wisconsin House Democrats, and none of the state's five Republican Representatives. The spotlight this week, and maybe next, will be on the U.S. Senate. Wisconsin Democrat Tammy Baldwin is expected to vote for the measure, while it's predicted Republican Ron Johnson will oppose it. That's despite the efforts of liberal groups who have made the COVID-19
Milwaukee Health Officials Say Increased Supply Is On Horizon To Vaccinate New Priority Groups
Local health officials are optimistic Wisconsin is on the road to increased supply of the COVID-19 vaccine. They say that’s the only way to get shots in the arms of more high-priority groups. Production is ramping up all over the country on the two vaccines already approved by the FDA and in use. But a new Johnson & Johnson vaccine is expected to receive emergency use authorization possibly as early as this weekend. Greenfield Health Director Darren Rausch said additional doses of the COVID
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