Wisconsin prepares to get, deliver COVID-19 vaccine

The state, which has about 5.8 million people, stands to get 1.77% of whatever amount of vaccine is initially available, said Stephanie Schauer, immunization program manager for the state Department of Health Services. Pfizer and Moderna, which said they could seek federal approval for their candidates this month, each anticipate having enough doses ready for about 20 million people by the end of the year.