The Waukesha County DHS announced that the county has reached a milestone in its COVID-19 vaccination efforts.
As of Wednesday, Feb. 3, more doses of the COVID vaccine have been administered to Waukesha residents than the number of documented infections.
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“We are still early in the vaccination process, but we should recognize our successes as they occur,” said Waukesha County Executive Paul Farrow. “We expect to meet more milestones at an increasing pace in the days and weeks ahead. Waukesha County is growing its network of vaccination sites, with the Expo Center opening next week, and more than 70 registered vaccinators who will be able to assist in this historic effort once more vaccine becomes available.”
There have been 43,752 doses of the vaccine administered to Waukesha County residents.
There has been a total of 39,376 COVID-19 infections recorded.
Waukesha County residents can sign up for weekly vaccination updates with information by texting WAUKESHA to the number 22828 or by visiting www.waukeshacounty.gov/COVID19.