The first group of Wisconsin frontline workers were vaccinated against COVID-19 Monday afternoon. The shots were administered just after 2:30 p-m, a few hours after the delivery was received at U-W Health in Madison. Doctor Matt Anderson says the recipients will be monitored for a brief time to make sure there aren’t any bad reactions, then they will get a follow-up shot in about three weeks. The senior medical director of primary care says the hospital has a plan to vaccinate all employees who want the shot. S-S-M Health expects to get its delivery of doses possibly today (Tuesday) and Unity Point Health is expecting its shipment later this week.