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Wisconsin's monkeypox vaccine rates are disproportionately lower in communities of color.
Over 16 percent of Wisconsinites have received at least one dose. The state is expecting about 47,000 to 48,000 doses of the new one-dose Johnson & Johnson vaccine next week.
The new “Final Five” proposal would make primaries nonpartisan and allow voters to rank their choices for candidates for the U.S. House and Senate.
Over 13 percent of white Wisconsinites have received at least one dose while only 4.2 percent of Black Wisconsinites have. At Dane County, the disparity is slightly lower, but white residents still are 2.38 times more likely to have received at least one dose.
The state now ranks ninth in the nation for people with at least one dose per hundred thousand. New community vaccination clinics will help with the state’s distribution, but some providers have dealt with short supply.
Badger water bottles sit next to an iced drink in the UW-Madison Education Building.
The annual grants will be directed toward the university and the Morgridge Institute for Research to finance and improve the research and educational experience on campus.