MADISON, Wis. (AP) — State health officials say Wisconsin could receive 100,000 doses of the Moderna coronavirus vaccine as early as next week.
That’s twice what the state received in its initial shipment from Pfizer.
While frontline health care workers started receiving doses of the Pfizer vaccine this week, another priority group is people in long-term care facilities.
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The state Department of Health Services has activated a federal partnership with pharmacy chains that would distribute vaccines to long-term care facilities.
Pharmacy chains CVS and Walgreens will administer vaccines to nursing home residents and workers.
State officials hope this could be done by the end of January.