Today, Public Health Madison & Dane County released a comprehensive violence prevention plan that provides a roadmap for collective community action.
Following increased vaccine supply in Wisconsin, school staff and childcare providers can be vaccinated at Alliant Energy Center starting March 9.
Public Health issued an updated tool for assessing progress and Order #14.
Shortfalls in the amount of vaccine allocated to Dane County will push back efforts to vaccinate teachers and childcare staff at Alliant Energy Center
People who smoke are more likely to be hospitalized after a COVID-19 diagnosis and are almost two times more likely to die after a COVID diagnosis.
A new partnership will help ensure school staff and childcare providers across Dane County receive the COVID-19 vaccine in the coming weeks.
An individual with no recent travel history outside of Dane County was found to have the COVID-19 variant strain B.1.1.7.
Public Health Madison & Dane County has issued Emergency Order #13.
Public Health Madison & Dane County has updated the Dane County COVID-19 data dashboard with more vaccine-related data. Vaccine data are updated on Wednesdays and Fridays each week.
Newly eligible groups are approved to begin receiving vaccines starting March 1, pending availability.
The dashboard includes an overview of the latest data and the change from yesterday.
Public Health Madison & Dane County continues to match Tier 1A frontline healthcare workers who are not affiliated with a major health system to vaccinators in an effort to help them get COVID-19 vaccine.
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