Overall, the state ranks 14th in the nation in terms of the percent of its population that’s received at least one shot. That’s according to data from the Centers for the Disease Control and Prevention and the New York Times.
But, comparing any two states and their vaccination rollouts is like comparing apples to oranges. The needs and strategies of Wisconsin differ dramatically from the current first place holder: American Samoa.
To explain why ranking states on their vaccine rollouts is a flawed process, WORT Producer Jonah Chester spoke with Will Cushman, a reporter with WisContext and PBS Wisconsin.