"I think there's progress being made. I don't think there's as comprehensive progress as we need," said WECA executive director Ruth Schmidt.
Wisconsin is expanding groups eligible for COVID-19 vaccination.
The general public should be eligible in May, with "herd immunity" possible by June if most seek shots.
The state now has 19 confirmed cases of the more contagious variant first found late year in the United Kingdom, five of them in Dane County.
Kroger joins Walgreens in offering COVID-19 shots at some Wisconsin stores.
State releases COVID-19 vaccine provider map to help guide people to locations.
Educators and other groups become eligible next week as supply increases, state officials say.
The clinics will be in La Crosse, Marathon and Racine counties, with another split between Barron and Douglas counties.
Homeless shelters weren't originally part of of Phase 1b of Wisconsin's vaccine rollout, but now have been included.
As the debate rages over when it's safe for children to resume in-person classes, 24 states plus Washington, DC are allowing some or all of their teachers and school staff to receive Covid-19 vaccines.
The plan for phase 1b of vaccination follows recommendations last week from the State Disaster Medical Advisory Committee.
Unlike other vaccines like for chickenpox or HPV, of which there is an abundance, the supplies of COVID-19 vaccines remain incredibly scarce. That’s why only select groups of people are able to get vaccinated right now.
The Wisconsin Department of Health Services expects to publish a final plan early next week.
The groups would be among those eligible for immunizations next under a plan before a larger state committee Thursday.
Older adults join other priority groups being cleared for immunization, even as vaccine supply remains a challenge.
The case is from Eau Claire County as others likely in the state go undetected, health officials said.
A plan approved Tuesday comes as the Trump administration said everyone 65 and older, and adults with serious medical conditions, should now qualify for shots.
Republicans criticized the rollout while state officials said it's ramping up.
More than 100,000 frontline health care workers and long-term care residents in New Jersey have received at least the first dose of a COVID-19 vaccination so far, state officials reported Monday.
Facilities in New Glarus, Markesan and Oshkosh were among the first of Wisconsin's 360 nursing homes to provide shots.
David Schuler's online Christmas card, an homage to the health care industry, involves a drone photograph of 600 head of cattle lined up in the shape of an electrocardiogram readout and a heart.
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The first members of the American public were vaccinated against COVID-19 on Monday. Here's what we know about vaccinations in Wisconsin so far, including what's going on with Pfizer's Pleasant Prairie facility.