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Column

Wisconsin’s slow prison vaccine rollout adds to historically poor treatment of prisoners

Dane County Jail only began vaccinating inmates April 5, facilities are unsafe in COVID-19 pandemic

Pfizer Vaccine Delivery
Column

Open COVID-19 vaccine eligibility unproductive, focus must be on currently eligible groups

A May 1 deadline of opening vaccine eligibility to all those over 16 in the U.S. will increase demand well before vaccine supply can catch up

Column

American Rescue Plan shows hope as the country reaches one year of a pandemic

As the new relief package comes through, all Wisconsinites can potentially be vaccinated by the end of May

Features

Containing the Crisis: A look into UW figures predicting the pandemic, and those searching for the end

UW faculty use mathematical modeling, vaccine development, communication to predict and combat the pandemic.

State of Wisconsin

Bills introduced to challenge vaccination accessibility in Wisconsin

UHS looks to require certain vaccines for incoming freshmen in future

UW-Madison Campus

Experts say vaccines central to public health, while fallacies must be dispelled

UW panel encouraged physicians, scientists, journalists to promote public health

Column

It’s time for personal conviction vaccination exemptions to go

Mandatory vaccination for those medically able is a strong safeguard for public health

Herald

Rampant misinformation distorts reality of vaccines

If the sudden drop-30-degrees-in-one-day transition into fall didn’t remind everyone that colds and flus are on their way, then the mass email from University

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