The Wisconsin Assembly on Wednesday passed a Republican-backed bill that would prohibit businesses, colleges and universities, governments and anyone else in the state from requiring proof of COVID-19 vaccination.
One in five Wisconsin residents has completed their COVID-19 vaccine series, state data show.
On Monday, April 5, all Wisconsin residents 16 years and older are now eligible for the COVID-19 vaccine.
Everyone in Wisconsin age 16 and up will be eligible to get the COVID-19 vaccine starting Monday, April 5, Governor Tony Evers tweeted.
The Wisconsin Department of Health Services announced seven new pharmacy partners will start receiving vaccines this week as part of the Federal Retail Pharmacy Program, to be given at nearly 600 locations.
More than 1 million Wisconsin residents have completed the the COVID-19 vaccine series, state data show.
The bill, which won bipartisan approval in the Legislature, allows for mixed drinks and glasses of wine to be sold to go as long as they have tamper-evident seals. It takes effect immediately.
For the first time since the start of the pandemic, the state of Wisconsin reported a death total in the negatives, leading some to wonder how that’s possible.
More than 1 million Wisconsin residents have received at least one dose of the COVID-19 vaccine, public health officials say.
More than 60 percent of Wisconsin seniors have now received at least one dose of a COVID-19 vaccine, as the state moves past 1.5 million doses administered.
More than 50 percent of the senior population in Wisconsin has now received at least their first COVID-19 vaccine shot, as the state's rollout continues.
The Wisconsin Department of Health Services (DHS) on Thursday, Feb. 25 announced that new groups will be eligible for the COVID-19 vaccine starting March 1.
The state of Wisconsin reported no new COVID-19 deaths for the second straight day Monday as the test positivity average reached its lowest mark since the first day of the pandemic.
The state of Wisconsin reported no new COVID-19 deaths Sunday for the first time since September 2020.
As new COVID-19 cases continue to fall in Wisconsin, and as more people are vaccinated, the state is reporting its fewest new cases since last summer.
More than 12 percent of all Wisconsinites have been vaccinated for COVID-19, the state's health department says.
Key metrics tracking the spread and impact of the COVID-19 pandemic in Wisconsin are continuing to trend down as more vulnerable Americans are vaccinated.
The state of Wisconsin reported its lowest new COVID-19 case total since August Monday, along with just one new COVID-19 death.
The state of Wisconsin eclipsed 6,000 COVID-19 deaths over the weekend, but the daily death average is trending down.
Gov. Tony Evers signed new executive orders establishing a statewide public health emergency and requiring face coverings in public places.