COVID-19 vaccine updates lead #SaturdayMorningMix

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KENOSHA ⏤ This week, families hoping to fully vaccinate children received welcome health news: Children 12 years and older can now receive the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine in Kenosha County.

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Kenosha County Health Officer Dr. Jen Freiheit made the vaccine announcement earlier this week. Likewise, she also gave updates to several county committees on local efforts to combat the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.

Beyond COVID-19

Readers also continued to enthusiastically turn to the Observer’s story about a full grocery store coming to the Uptown Neighborhood. Dist. 3 Ald. Jan Michalski gave that update at a ribbon cutting for Grace Welcome Center’s new walk-in cooler on May 5.

See more of the stories your community is also reading this week below.

#SaturdayMorningMix stories

No. 1: Freiheit: New COVID-19 vaccination tactic similar to polio response, more mobile

No. 2: Alderperson announcement, City Council #OfInterest this week

No. 3: Kenosha County Health Officer: Children 12 and up can now get Pfizer vaccine

No. 4: Tonight’s Meetings: County committee to get updates on Administration, PSB building upgrades

No. 5: City Council strikes down attempt to repeal Kenosha mask mandate

No. 6: Michalski: Full grocery store coming to Uptown Neighborhood

No. 7: Tonight’s meetings: KCSD to present body camera policies to county committee

No. 8: Police and Fire Commission approves KFD appointments, questions what to do with citizens’ comments

No. 9: City committees, commissions give approval to new Kenosha Fire Station No. 4 variances

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