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UW campus shows signs that vaccinations are best in fight against COVID-19

Despite Badger football games and crowded bar scenes, COVID-19 rates remain low in Madison, WI

State of Wisconsin

Wisconsin GOP fights back against new state COVID testing requirements

'Our goal is to have a fully vaccinated workforce without the use of a mandate,' Department of Administration spokesperson says

Banter

University to develop snortable vaccine in effort to inoculate Greek life

Needles — scary, lines — good

Science News

Eligible for COVID-19 vaccine? Here’s how to get it at UW

Comprehensive guide on how to get COVID-19 vaccine on, off campus

Science News

UW expands vaccine eligibility to employees, some testing sites to close from April 2

Over 5,600 UW students have received at least one dose of the COVID-19 vaccine

UW-Madison Campus

AstraZeneca changes vaccine efficacy estimate, experts say vaccine is still highly effective

'The 3% decrease is not remarkable in terms of the vaccine’s effectiveness,' UW professor says

Pfizer Vaccine Delivery
Science News

With increasing vaccine rollout, experts concerned about rushed return to pre-pandemic behavior

Experts say we are still far from achieving herd immunity

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Science News

Updated UW COVID-19 policies increase gathering capacities

'Every additional relaxation [of COVID-19 safety protocols] increases the risk of transmission. The numbers have dropped significantly, but we’re not out of the woods yet,' UW professor says

UW-Madison Campus

Warmer weather, looser restrictions draw students to gather outdoors

"But are they going to wear masks or are they going to let their guard down ... it's a big unknown," UW professor says

UW-Madison Campus

UW to continue vaccinating community members 65 and over

Majority of population may be vaccinated by July, says doctor

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