Wisconsin public health officials say the state has reached a milestone by vaccinating one-third of its population that is 65 and older. That represents about 300-thousand people from the age group. Wisconsin is ranked 10th nationally in the percentage of people who have received at least one dose of the COVID-19 vaccine. Governor Tony Evers says he hopes to increase vaccinations even more with the opening of the state’s first community-based vaccine clinic next week. The site in Rock County will vaccinate about 250 people each day. Six-to-10 more sites will be opened throughout Wisconsin based on need.