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Wisconsin on track to have fewest amount of COVID-19 vaccines administered in one week since January – WBAY

The DHS says during the week of May 2, so far 154,864 doses have been administered, with one day to go.

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MADISON, Wis. (WBAY) Although the state is on track to see the fewest number of COVID-19 vaccines administered in one week since mid-January, the Department of Health Services (DHS) says as of Saturday, 3 in 10 Wisconsin residents who are 25-34-years-old are fully vaccinated. In addition, the state says more than 15% of 16-17-year-olds are now fully vaccinated.
The DHS says during the week of May 2, so far 154,864 doses have been administered, with one day to go. Last week, the state reports 248,658…

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