Here’s your weekly roundup of what you need to know about COVID-19 in Milwaukee.
Vaccines will be available for those 65 and older as part of Phase 1B of the distribution plan.
As questions around the vaccines continue to swirl, Milwaukee health care workers share their experiences with the COVID-19 vaccine.
A virtual town hall takes place Thursday, Jan. 21 to inform residents about a new $22 million mental health emergency center that would bolster psychiatric services in the city.
With so much happening with the coronavirus, here’s what you need to know this week, all in one place.
Here’s what you need to know this week: Vaccines will begin being distributed at the Wisconsin Center; new stimulus payment on the way; and more.
A new program from Common Ground in collaboration with the Milwaukee Health Department helps Milwaukeeans recover from COVID-19.
Learn what you need to know about coronavirus vaccines from local health experts before the vaccine becomes available to the general public.
Clinical and Community Solutions to Lead Free Children is a new program that wants to connect parents, clinics and public health officials.
Hospitals file liens against uninsured patients to get a cut of compensation in personal injury lawsuits.