Madeline Anderson, FOX6 News

Madeline Anderson

FOX6 News

Milwaukee, WI, United States

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Past articles by Madeline:

Memorial Day weekend COVID precautions to consider

Health experts say Memorial Day weekend gatherings are once again safe as coronavirus vaccinations climb and cases fall. → Read More

Children's Wisconsin COVID vaccine clinics available

Twelve percent of Wisconsin children ages 12 to 15 have now received their first dose of the COVID-19 vaccine – roughly 35,000 kids just one week since the CDC said the Pfizer shot was safe for the age group. → Read More

Milwaukee mask mandate ends too soon, some alders say

Too soon? Some Milwaukee Common Council members say the city isn't ready to get rid of its mask ordinance. → Read More

Milwaukee mask mandate, COVID order end June 1

Milwaukee Mayor Tom Barrett on Tuesday, May 18 announced the city will ends the “Moving Milwaukee Forward" health order related to COVID-19 – effective June 1. → Read More

Pfizer COVID vaccine to be authorized for kids 12+

The FDA is expected to authorize Pfizer's COVID-19 vaccine for kids 12 and older by next week → Read More

COVID-19 vaccine hesitancy persists as Wisconsin's supply rises

While many celebrated the news that vaccine eligibility will soon expand to the general public, there are new concerns about shots. → Read More

Up to 600 per day from 10 ZIP codes to receive COVID vaccine

Walk-in clinics opened Monday morning at North and South Division High School, where people from those select ZIP codes along with anyone else who lives in the county and is eligible can show up and get in line to receive a shot -- no appointment or proof of eligibility necessary. → Read More

CDC relaxes COVID-19 safety measures for those who are vaccinated

The CDC is relaxing some of its COVID-19 safety measures for people who are fully vaccinated. → Read More

Vaccine brings new hope to Wisconsin long-term care facilities

New data point to a dramatic decrease in the number of COVID-19 cases and deaths at long-term care facilities. → Read More

140 vaccine doses came close to expiring in Milwaukee; 34 wasted

Milwaukee leaders shared new details Wednesday, March 3 about the 34 vaccine doses that expired Monday during vaccinations at the Wisconsin Center. This occurred the same day the city began ramping up vaccinations for educators, and it actually could have been a lot worse. → Read More

Wisconsin DHS: Teachers, people 65+ among priority vaccine group

The Wisconsin Department of Health Services (DHS) on Thursday, Feb. 25 announced that new groups will be eligible for the COVID-19 vaccine starting March 1. → Read More

DHS to launch 4 more community-based vaccination clinics in next 2 months

The Wisconsin Department of Health Services (DHS) announced on Tuesday, Feb. 23 the locations of four additional community-based vaccination clinics. → Read More

Wisconsin's COVID-19 vaccine rollout faces equity questions

Many smaller pharmacies have only received 15 doses over the past two months, but the minimal allocation highlights more than the state's need for more doses. It highlights a trend seen since the pandemic began: Communities of color are being disproportionally affected. → Read More

Some communities do not have COVID vaccine supply to meet demand

Wisconsinites 65 and older are now eligible for the COVID-19 vaccine, but the supply is not keeping up with demand. → Read More

Wisconsin's 20K prisoners could soon receive COVID-19 vaccine

Wisconsin's 20,000 prisoners could soon start to receive their COVID-19 vaccine shots. → Read More

Contagious COVID-19 variant detected in Eau Claire County resident

The Wisconsin Department of Health Services and laboratory partners identified a variant strain of SARS-CoV-2, the virus that causes COVID-19, in Wisconsin → Read More

Wauwatosa FD staff receive 1st COVID-19 vaccine doses

As of Friday morning, Jan. 8, 75 firefighter-paramedics with the Wauwatosa Fire Department received their first of two Moderna shots -- roughly 80% of the department. → Read More

Carroll nursing professor dies from COVID-19 complications

When Carroll University students return to campus on Jan. 18, the beloved instructor will not be joining them. → Read More

Gov. Evers, health official defend Wisconsin vaccine rollout

Gov. Evers stressed that it will take “a long time” before everyone who wants it will be vaccinated. → Read More

Many WI frontline workers due for 2nd dose of COVID-19 vaccine

As vaccinations of frontline workers continue, nearly 12,000 people are due for their second dose of the vaccine. → Read More