Saturday, February 27, 2021

Are Some RUSD Teachers Planning a Potential Strike on March 1st?

 From Racine Uncensored:

For Angela Faith!

Great Aldermen of Ratcine!

 According to CCAP and the WI Department of Revenue City of Ratcine Alderman Edwin Santiago owes $7,172.71 in income tax, penalties, and interest. Source: Racine County Case Number 2020TW000186 Dept. of Revenue vs. EDWIN SANTIAGO

While Edwin Santiago Jr. DOB 01 – 1986 claims 1466 Douglas Avenue as his residence for Official purposes, on 12-17-2020 his address was claimed to be 1244 Lasalle St, Racine, WI 53404 for his Guilty Due to No Contest Plea where he was cited for Speeding in Outlying District (20-24 MPH). Source: Racine County Case Number 2019TR008698 County of Racine vs. Edwin Santiago Jr AND Racine County Public Official Directory.

1466 Douglas Avenue is owned by BARGHOUTI JAMAL, 1244 LASALLE ST, RACINE, WI 53402 and is in arrears for 2019 property taxes in the amount of $2,911.35 with NO payments being made in 2019. Source: Racine County Ascent Land Records (Official).

1244 La Salle St is owned by SANTIAGO JR EDWIN, BARGHOUTI ANGELIQUE N, 1244 LA SALLE ST , RACINE, WI 53402 and is in arrears for 2019 property taxes in the amount of $2,941.28 with NO payments being made in 2019. Source: Racine County Ascent Land Records (Official).

On 02/20/2021 Police arrested Racine District 4 alderman Edwin Santiago Jr. who was booked into the Racine County Jail and released. According to a police report obtained by WISN 12, an officer tried to pull a driver over for speeding. But instead, the officer said the man behind the wheel hit the gas at 80 mph and took off down Douglas Avenue into Racine. The report said when Santiago finally pulled over, at gunpoint, the officer took him into custody. The report noted the alderman "smelled of intoxicants, had slurred speech and watery eyes." It also said Santiago's wife, a passenger in the car, was "heavily intoxicated." The district attorney has not formally charged Santiago. As of 02/27/2021 no charges have yet been filed. Source: WISN 12 News and Wisconsin Court System.

Black Flag Drinking and Driving

City of Ratcine Alderman Edwin Santiago is ready to Rock 'N Roll - Flee and Elude! Drinking & Driving brought to you by Black Flag and City of Ratcine Common Clowncil! It's been a week since the arrest yet NO charges! NOT - A -CHARGE on CCAP. Is a cover-up in the works?

"Working Man" by Rush (Time Machine Tour: Live In Cleveland) [OFFICIAL]

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Friday, February 26, 2021

Is Marijuana Legalization Inevitable In The US?

New video shows attack on Lady Gaga’s dog walker in Hollywood | ABC7

'Is Moderna just as good as Pfizer' Dr. Murphy answers viewer COVID-19 questions 2/25

Report: Orange County Hate Crimes Against Asian-Americans Up 1,200%

Marjorie Taylor Greene Frontrunner for Worst Person of 2021

Marjorie Taylor Greene goes off on "Equality Act" Says law would harm women I NewsNOW from FOX

How The Equality Act Will Expand LGBTQ Protections | NBC News NOW

Trump expected to speak at CPAC this weekend

Biden orders airstrikes on Iranian-backed militias in Syria

Chiraq - A Dangerous Democrat Led Shithole!

#6: Man, on bail for attempted murder and robbery, charged with killing woman while speeding away from police traffic stop

Isaac Wade | CPD
A Chicago man who struck and killed a pedestrian while speeding away from a police traffic stop this week was on bail for attempted murder and robbery at the time of the crash, prosecutors said Thursday.

Isaac Wade, 20, is the sixth person accused of killing or shooting someone in Chicago this year while on bail for other serious felonies.

Prosecutors said police pulled Wade over for failing to display a license plate shortly before noon Monday near 74th and Racine. As officers approached his car, Wade sped off and was traveling 80 MPH when he ran a nearby red light, careened off a car that was entering the intersection, and then struck 42-year-old Lakisel Thomas as she walked nearby, Assistant State’s Attorney James Murphy said.

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Virus Mania: How the Medical Industry Continually Invents Epidemics, Making Billion-Dollar Profits At Our Expense

 A daily scan through the news gives the impression that the world is constantly invaded by virus epidemics. The latest headlines feature the human papillomavirus (HPV) alleged to cause cervical cancer and the avian flu virus, H5N1. The public is also continually terrorized by reports about SARS, BSE, hepatitis C, AIDS, Ebola, and polio. However, this virus mayhem ignores very basic scientific facts: the existence, the pathogenicity and the deadly effects of these agents have never been proven. The authors of Virus Mania, journalist Torsten Engelbrecht and doctor of internal medicine Claus K√∂hnlein, show that these alleged contagious agents are, in fact, particles produced by the cells themselves as a consequence of certain stress factors such as drugs, malnutrition, pesticides and heavy metals.

The central aim of this book is to steer the discussion back to a real scientific debate and put medicine back on the path of an impartial analysis of the facts. It will put medical experiments, clinical trials, statistics and government policies under the microscope, revealing that the people charged with protecting our health and safety have deviated from this path. To substantiate these statements, the authors cite dozens of highly renowned scientists and present approximately 1,100 pertinent scientific references.

The topic of this book is of pivotal significance. The pharmaceutical companies and top scientists rake in enormous sums of money by attacking germs and the media boosts its audience ratings and circulations with sensationalized reporting (the coverage of the New York Times and Der Spiegel are specifically analyzed). "The primary purpose of commercially-funded clinical research is to maximize financial return on investment, not health," says John Abramson of Harvard Medical School. Virus Mania will inform you on how such an environment took root-and how to empower yourself for a healthy life.

A Better Mt. Pleasant

A Better Mount Pleasant Observes a Pattern of Bullshit! Way to go Village Idiot and President David De Goof and suck-up/car parts salesman Claude Leach!

Biden’s transgender assistant health secretary nominee REFUSES questions on child sex changes in confirmation hearing

From RT:

(L) Rand Paul © Reuters / Tom Brenner; (R) Rachel Levine © Reuters / Caroline Brehman

Rachel Levine, President Joe Biden’s nominee for assistant health secretary, evaded questioning on her past support for child sex changes during her Senate confirmation hearing, a move that left GOP Senator Rand Paul “outraged.”

Dr. Richard Levine had a long and successful career as a pediatrician before undergoing gender reassignment surgery in 2011 and taking the name Rachel. Since then, Rachel Levine has transitioned to politics, becoming Pennsylvania’s health secretary in 2017, before being tapped by President Biden earlier this month to become the next US Assistant Secretary for Health, as well as the highest-ranked transgender person in the federal government.

Biden has repeatedly boasted about his diverse cabinet, which he said “looks like America.” However, Levine’s nomination hasn’t been universally hailed. During her confirmation hearing on Thursday, Kentucky Senator Rand Paul (R) took her to task over her support for sex changes for transgender children.

After comparing transgender surgery to “genital mutilation,” Paul asked Levine whether she believes “that minors are capable of making such a life-changing decision as changing one’s sex?” 

Levine dodged, telling Paul that “transgender medicine is a very complex and nuanced field,” and that she’d be happy to talk the issue through with the Kentucky Republican – after being confirmed to the job.

Paul pressed on. “Do you support the government intervening to override the parents’ consent to give a child puberty blockers, cross-sex hormones, and/or amputation of breasts and genitalia?” he asked, to which Levine gave the same response.

Levine has not publicly supported surgery for every child who believes that they are transgender. However, she has made social media posts supporting the provision of puberty blocking drugs to children, and during a 2017 speech at Franklin & Marshall College advocated cross-gender hormone treatment for 14-year-olds, and in some cases an “accelerated” path to surgery.

Citing statistics from the UK which showed three-year-olds receiving treatment in transgender clinics, Paul said “we should be outraged that someone is talking to a three-year-old about changing their sex!”

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"Makes Absolutely No Sense" - Biden Cancels Trump's 'Operation Talon' Program Targeting Immigrant Sex Offenders

From ZeroHedge:

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Biden has made it clear that his number one mission as president is to undo everything the Trump administration accomplished over the last four years. 

His newest cancellation simply does not make sense. 

Biden’s administration recently cancelled Operation Talon, a Trump administration program aimed at removing convicted sex offenders living in the United States illegally.

Though the program seems to be something everyone should support, it clearly isn’t. Why would anyone want sex offenders to remain in the country? 

South Carolina Attorney General Alan Wilson joined a coalition of 18 state attorneys general to urge Biden to reverse the cancellation, according to ABC 4 News. 

“We’re working hard to fight human trafficking and sex crimes in South Carolina and allowing convicted sex offenders who are here illegally to remain in our country makes absolutely no sense,” Wilson said.

“These trafficking and sex crimes are repugnant to human decency generally and to children specifically,” he added. 

The letter, directed to Joe Biden, the Department of Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas and Acting Director of ICE Tae Johnson, pointed out the problems with this cancellation. The attorneys general argued that canceling Operation Talon could encourage sexual predators to attack. 

“The United States’ population of illegal immigrants includes disturbingly large numbers of criminals with prior convictions for sexual crimes,” the letter reads.

“According to data collected by Syracuse University’s Transactional Records Access Clearinghouse, during the period from October 2014 to May 2018 ICE arrested 19,572 illegal aliens with criminal convictions for whom the most serious prior conviction was a conviction for a sex-related offense.” 

“Meanwhile, an increasing number of illegal aliens are entering the United States after having been previously convicted of sexual offenses,” it continues.

“The cancellation of [Operation Talon] effectively broadcasts to the world that the United States is now a sanctuary jurisdiction for sexual predators. This message creates a perverse incentive for foreign sexual predators to seek to enter the United States illegally and assault more victims, both in the process of unlawful migration and after they arrive. It will also broadcast the message to other criminal aliens who have committed other offenses that any kind of robust enforcement against them is unlikely.” 

The letter begs perhaps the most important question:

“If the United States will not remove even convicted sex offenders, whom will it remove?” 

In addition to South Carolina, the state attorneys general that signed on to the letter include: Alabama, Arkansas, Florida, Georgia, Indiana, Kansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Missouri, Mississippi, Montana, Nebraska, Oklahoma, South Dakota, Texas, Utah, and West Virginia. 

Open Blog - Friday


Thursday, February 25, 2021

Amnesty International revokes Navalny's status

Flu numbers drastically drop as COVID keeps U.S. masked, virtual

Which vaccine should I choose? Serbia gives citizens choice of four coronavirus jabs

Researchers identify new coronavirus variant in New York | ANC

Humans on Mars

Meghan Markle's TENSION With Royals To Be REVEALED!

FAA Orders Inspections of Some Boeing 777 Engines

France considers single vaccine dose for COVID-19 survivors

The Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccine could be authorized by Friday

Baarack the sheep shorn of 35kg fleece after being found roaming in rural Australia

Big Changes In The Works At The U.S. Postal Service

Military Force Remains an Option With North Korea, Bolton Says

Jimmy Kimmel's Pancake War with His Kids, Trump's Plea to Facebook & No One Knows Kamala’s Husband

Report to blame Saudi Crown Prince for death of journalist Jamal Khashoggi

Cuomo Denies Explosive Sexual Harassment Claims From Former Aide | NBC New York

Cabrera: GOP suddenly cares about mean tweets, just not Trump's

Tension is growing in the Wisconsin State Capitol as some Republican lawmakers refuse to wear face masks

From JSOnline:
Molly Beck
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

MADISON – A year into the coronavirus pandemic, Wisconsin lawmakers are still debating face masks.   

Republicans who control the state Legislature are pushing their colleagues to debate and vote on legislation in person but won't require everyone to wear face masks — an environment Democrats are warning could put those who visit and work in the state Capitol at risk. 

The inconsistent mask-wearing while the coronavirus pandemic persists is emerging as a flashpoint between Democratic lawmakers who want all members to wear face coverings at all times until everyone is vaccinated and some Republicans who refuse to wear them. 

The tension spiked last week on the Senate chamber floor when Republican leaders of the state Senate refused to allow Democratic members to participate virtually and did not require the body to wear masks while sitting and bellowing together in one space. 

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Dead Man’s Glasses Found INSIDE South Dakota AG’s Car

South Dakota Attorney General Jason Ravnsborg killed a man in September and
drove away
. He later told law enforcement that he thought he had hit a deer on his way home from an alcohol-fueled event (he says he wasn’t drinking!). Last week, prosecutors announced that they were only pursuing misdemeanor charges against the state’s top cop because accountability does not exist in this dojo. It was already shocking that the state attorney general was going to skate on a hit and run, but evidence released today makes it utterly insane that any prosecutor would shy away from this case.

From the Washington Post:

Days after South Dakota Attorney General Jason Ravnsborg fatally struck a man while driving in September, detectives told the Republican official they had found a pair of broken reading glasses inside his Ford Taurus. They belonged to the man he killed.

That was a problem, detectives said, because Ravnsborg, 44, said he didn’t know he had hit a man until the following day, when he returned to the scene and found the body of Joseph Boever, 55, in a ditch.

“They’re Joe’s glasses, so that means his face came through your windshield,” one of the detectives said in an interview released by the South Dakota Department of Public Safety on Tuesday.

Putting aside the possibility of involuntary manslaughter charges, a government lawyer armed with the knowledge that the victim clearly went through Ravnsborg’s windshield while the AG maintained that he had no idea what had happened still thought, “I don’t see a case to be made for ‘leaving the scene of accident’ or ‘lying to authorities.'” Those are misdemeanors too, but certainly seem ripe for putting in front of a jury. And no one is interested in pulling the thread on whether or not his denials about drinking at the event stand up to scrutiny after the rest of his story has strained credulity?

The restraint that prosecutors can exercise when they’re trying to protect their own never ceases to amaze. 


Racine alderman suspected of leading police on high-speed chase


Police arrested a Racine alderman after a police chase.

It happened early Saturday morning in Caledonia.

District 4 alderman Edwin Santiago Jr. was booked into the Racine County Jail and released.

According to a police report obtained by WISN 12, an officer tried to pull a driver over for speeding.

But instead, the officer said the man behind the wheel hit the gas at 80 mph and took off down Douglas Avenue into Racine.

The report said when Santiago finally pulled over, at gunpoint, the officer took him into custody.

The report noted the alderman "smelled of intoxicants, had slurred speech and watery eyes."

It also said Santiago's wife, a passenger in the car, was "heavily intoxicated."

The district attorney has not formally charged Santiago.

No one answered his door Tuesday.

The alderman was elected last April.

The mayor's office told WISN 12 they were aware of the arrest but had no other comment.

WISN 12's calls to the alderman's attorney have not been returned.


The Capital Theater

 Dear Mr. Jarstad,

The treatment of the Group which wanted to save the Capital Theater really illustrates the problems of dealing with Ratcine City Hall, let the lesson be learned. It is NOT a level playing field and Friends & Family come first. Just compare with the treatment Wildroot Market received - and didn't the City and County throw hundreds of thousands their way? Where did the money go? Into administrative expenses? And then the Knowles Nelson grant for the overlook bluff - ok, now there are a lot of empty buildings there and Monte Osterman got paid. And all the taxpayer money sent to Vanderwalle & Associates which produced fictional and idealized drawings of Machinery Row, etc. And when will Cory Mason's property be assessed properly? It was a nice try to save the building, but you and your voice or your group for that matter don't count - you have been cancelled by Cory and Rebecca Mason. And it was Rebecca Mason who intervened between my Complaint to force Monte Osterman to show me his form 990, as required by law, for his Root River Council group. I discovered tens of thousands of dollars from government grants which had gone to his group and went.... ? Administrative expenses? After Root River Council was disbanded by Monte Osterman and the financial records destroyed, it was quietly brought back and now is under the control of former City Development Director Brian OConnell - and no doubt applying for and receiving funds for..... ?

This comment says it all:

A couple of mistakes in this piece. I teach art history and humanities, not art, and I approached the Mayor to discuss generalized plans to work together on Racine buildings in general - to identify those that need watching and supporting, to get onto the same page about how to do that, and to prevent exactly this kind of thing from springing up. It had not come under my radar when I first tried to talk to him in October last year - completely unsuccessfully so far. I have also, over years, sought to be in constructive contact with the Chief Building Inspector for the same reasons - to know what the City needs from us in order to maintain good buildings - but he has rebuffed all attempts to make contact. In fact, I now wonder if either of them have ever read a word of what I wrote to them.

Perhaps it would be good if they remembered that they are city officials who are answerable to the city residents who elected them and pay them. We can surely expect at least the courtesy of being heard and given a relevant response.

Interesting to note that neither the Mayor nor the Chief Building Inspector was present today to superintend the safe removal of a building they have labeled a "known hazard" and such a huge liability for the City that they would not consider owning it for a second. According to Mr. Plaski, it is the worst building he's been in for thirty years - and yet I'm told that Horlick and Ajax were both a great deal worse. Makes you wonder what kinds of building Mr. Plaski has so proudly torn down among his vaunted 600?

Worse still, the local residents were not informed about the raze and we met one lady who had to beg to get her car out from the razing zone. And then AT&T turned up, having, apparently not been informed about the raze either and bringing everything to a temporary halt while they considered an electric pole with some live wires hitched the the building to be razed. Another member of our group overheard members of the DNR say that they had not been notified of the asbestos abatement and that they could see there was still asbestos in the building.

So now, who is the crackpot here? The person who wants to save a potentially lovely building for the future, and who was involved in raising significantly more in pledges than this article indicates (we could have covered the exterior repairs)? Or the paid officials who apparently have dropped the ball every step of the way?

When I was a child My Father and I would walk to the Capital Theater for Saturday movies - and they always gave away prizes between showings. They would also feature cartoons and shorts, it was an all day affair. The last movie I remember seeing there was Star Wars - the original version.

And down it goes. Cory and Rebecca Mason hate you and your group - their actions which make you and your group persona non grata at Racine City Hall prove it and it is all you need to know that you are a victim of cancel culture, exactly like the Navartil's and Dimples.

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Wednesday, February 24, 2021

Foxconn could build electric cars at its facility in Mount Pleasant after agreement with Fisker

From JSOnline:
Ricardo Torres
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

The Foxconn Technology Group might build electric cars at its facility in Mount Pleasant, after the announcement of a new partnership with a startup California car company. 

On Wednesday, Foxconn announced it had signed a Memorandum of Understanding with electric car startup Fisker to build an electric vehicle. 

The agreement was first reported by the Wall Street Journal.

Although the location of where these vehicles will be produced has not been revealed, Fisker's chairman and chief executive Henrik Fisker, told the Journal that Foxconn's property in Wisconsin would be an "obvious" choice.

“They’ve got a factory there and quite a lot of land with quite a lot of possibility for expansion,” Fisker said. “We haven’t made a final decision on that but that’s an obvious one.” 

Fisker could not immediately be reached for comment. 

In a statement to the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, Foxconn did not specifically say that the project would eventually find a home at its facilities in Mount Pleasant, but the company did not dismiss the possibility. 

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Investigation uncovers 7 incidents of COVID ‘vaccine waste’ in Shelby County, 2,400+ doses wasted

Haley Arceneaux, bone cancer survivor, will join SpaceX's first space trip

Tiger Woods suffers serious injuries after flipping car in accident | Nightline

French film giant Gerard Depardieu charged with rape

China court orders man to pay wife for housework - BBC News

Some small businesses argue against a $15 minimum wage

Adorable puppy crashes reporter's weather report on live TV! | FOX 5 DC

Trump Returns to Tighten Tiny Grip on Republican Party

Texas Utility ERCOT Board Members resign over winter weather fallout

Drug executives: Big jump in vaccine supply is coming soon

No Charges For Rochester Officers In Death Of Daniel Prude | NBC Nightly News

Trump may back GOP primary challengers in Michigan

Ex-Capitol police chief contradicts GOP senator at riot hearing

Wisconsin teachers will be eligible for the vaccine starting Monday

From JSOnline:
Daphne ChenRory Linnane
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

State health officials say they are ready to move forward with the second half of Phase 1B next week — and educators will be first in line. 

Now that nearly half of Wisconsinites ages 65 and up have received their first dose of vaccine, "we are definitely moving forward with March 1," DHS deputy secretary Julie Willems Van Dijk said at a press briefing Tuesday.

The Wisconsin Department of Health Services is encouraging providers to vaccinate people in Phase 1B based on a specific order established last month when the department finalized which groups would be eligible for the phase. The groups, in priority order, are:

  • Education and child care workers 
  • People in Medicaid long-term care programs such as IRIS and Family Care 
  • Public-facing essential workers, such as 911 operators, public transit workers, utility workers and food supply chain workers, including agricultural workers and retail food workers
  • Non-frontline health care personnel
  • People in congregate living, such as those in mental health institutions or people who are incarcerated
  • Mink husbandry workers

Some advocates have questioned how groups were prioritized. Disability Rights Wisconsin attorney Mitchell Hagopian, who sits on the DHS volunteer vaccine advisory committee, said state health officials ranked the sub-groups in Phase 1B without input from the committee.

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Russia Showcases Operations Of Its Combat Drones In Syria

From ZeroHedge:
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Submitted by South Front,

Russia released a video showing its Orion combat drone carrying out strikes on targets in Syria. This marked the very first time such footage was being released. It shows the drone’s operation, lock-on and launching of a payload on a militant target. The Orion is a long-flight duration attack-reconnaissance UAV, that can also carry out airstrikes. According to the report, this type of UAV has carried out 38 sorties, including 17 strike missions.

Meanwhile, a new electronic surveillance system has been spotted at the Russian-operated Hmeimim Air Base. The Avtobaza-M can determine the parameters of signals and types of radars, track air and seaborne objects by their electronic signature and support higher air defense command and control posts with data.

Despite the ISIS threat in central Syria, the focus of the key players is evidently shifting towards Idlib. The US and its ally-to-be Hay’at Tahrir al-Sham (HTS) will begin active movements soon.

Russia reported that HTS is preparing to stage a chemical attack, similar to those that led to US missile strikes back in 2018 and earlier. More than once, the US-led coalition carried out strikes on Syrian government forces, in punishment of alleged chemical weapons usage.

This sense of urgency is also felt in the Syrian Arab Army (SAA). The government forces are opening a civilian corridor to evacuate civilians from Greater Idlib.

This is likely because an offensive is on the way, the SAA is preparing, likely together with Russia and some Iranian support to push on the biggest militant stronghold left in Syria. To prime the location, the SAA carried out heavy shelling, killing or injuring at least 5 militants in the process.

This is likely an ideal moment to push for Idlib, because Turkey is focused in Northeastern Syria, and so is the US. The SAA has deployed large amounts of forces in that region, which is out of the way.

It also moved its short-range defense systems to Iraq, which makes it an even more opportune moment for the SAA and Russia to push to push in another direction, and namely Idlib. The following days will show whether this evacuation of civilians is, indeed, a preparation for an offensive.

The ceasefire regime and the demilitarized zone are largely non-functional, despite Russia’s efforts to implement them. Turkey, the other co-signatory, is focused on fighting the Kurdish in the north. Even without that distraction, it seldom paid any attention to adhering to the rules set out in the deal.

The Syrian Arab Army, and its allies, likely need to push before HTS are completely rebranded as “moderate opposition” and their ties to al-Qaeda are forgotten. Additionally, this needs to be happen before ISIS pushes further out from central Syria.


It's easier to respect a man who rides a Bear without a shirt than a man who gropes little girl titties! F*ck Creepy Joe Biden and his foreign misadventures.

02 - 24 - 1963! Happy B-Day to ME!

Tell the Devil Mouse to GO TO HELL!

Open Blog - Wednesday


Tuesday, February 23, 2021

Community-based COVID-19 vaccination clinic planned for Racine County

From The Journal

Racine County will host one of Wisconsin’s first five community-based COVID-19 vaccination clinics, Gov. Tony Evers announced Tuesday. An opening date and location have not been announced.

The planned clinic is “meant to fill in gaps in access” to the vaccines that protect against the novel coronavirus, according to the Racine County Emergency Operations Center.

Margaret Gesner, Health Officer, Central Racine County Health Department


“This site will augment the hard vaccination work already underway by the two local Racine County health departments, local hospitals and healthcare agencies, and local pharmacies,” Margaret Gesner, health officer for the Central Racine County Health Department, said in a statement.

Tony Evers in a mask


There already is one state-run vaccination clinic in Rock County, which opened last week, with a focus on helping the uninsured get vaccinated. After seeing the results at that location — which still is only able to offer vaccines to those who are on the state’s eligible list, which is largely currently comprised of health care workers, first responders and those 65 and older — Evers announced another four planned community-based clinics.

The governor’s office said that the four new locations “will open within the next two months.” They will be in Racine County, La Crosse and Marathon counties, and a final clinic is to be “split between Douglas and Barron” counties.

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