Officials at S-S-M Health in Madison say the arrival of Moderna’s vaccine for COVID-19 should help make sure every frontline worker gets vaccinated. The delivery is expected today (Monday) or Tuesday. The Food and Drug Administration approved Moderna’s vaccine in a Friday emergency ruling. The new vaccine is easier to handle because it doesn’t require the ultra-cold storage Pfizer’s vaccine needs. Wisconsin is scheduled to receive 100-thousand doses. Both S-S-M and the U-W Health System are serving as regional distribution hubs for the vaccines in Wisconsin.