The Wisconsin Department of Health Services is reporting that more than 100-thousand people have been fully vaccinated against COVID-19. The milestone was reached over the weekend. A slow rollout of the vaccine in Wisconsin means thousands of people in the first eligibility phase still haven’t received their shots. As of Saturday, 544-thousand of the 846-thousand doses allocated to the Badger State have been administered. The state’s death toll from the virus is five-thousand-896.