Covid Vaccine Rollout Wisconsin. Vaccine DHS is working to get COVID-19 vaccine to Wisconsinites as equitably quickly and safely as possible. It is important to remember that vaccine supply is limited and vaccinations are targeted to specific groups of people with a higher risk for COVID-19 infection.
The Wisconsin COVID-19 Vaccine program is enrolling entities that wish to vaccinate. After 49725 initial doses were allocated this week. The recommended second-shot date is three weeks after a first dose of the Pfizer vaccine and four weeks for Modernas but the CDC says an interval of up to six weeks is acceptable.
State health officials said Wisconsins vaccine rollout is going as planned but its that plan that is raising questions about the timeline for vaccines and about mixed messages to the public.
Wisconsin lags nearly all of its Midwest counterparts in getting its health care workers and first responders vaccinated against COVID-19 and has received fewer doses than other. WBAY - Wisconsin is launching a COVID-19 vaccine registry website. But in the six weeks since Wisconsin started vaccinating frontline health care workers and nursing home residents against COVID-19 the process has been more complicated than many hoped and sometimes confusing. See How the Vaccine Rollout Is Going in Your State.