MADISON, Wis. – The Wisconsin Department of Health Services (DHS) released Friday, May 9th. July maps and associated downloadable data tables that degrade COVID-19 vaccinations according to new geographical boundaries.
A press release from DHS says the new maps allow Wisconsinites to view existing COVID-19 vaccination data from municipalities (cities, towns and villages), zip code list areas, school district boundaries and census treaties.
DHS also recently released an additional filter setting for COVID-19 Vaccines for the Wisconsin Residents Dashboard. Users can now choose to view vaccination data for only the adult population aged 18 and over.
The new geographic boundaries use location data from Wisconsin Immunization Registry (WIR) to fill in the cards with COVID-19 vaccination information based on the address a person has registered in the WIR. No personally identifiable information is shared.
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Data represent all COVID-19 vaccinations entered into the WIR for those resident in the geographical area. Darker colors indicate a higher vaccination rate. Clicking within a certain limit provides location-specific metrics. This data can be downloaded via links in the call field at the bottom of each data page.