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Mayo has open appointments for COVID vaccine, as La Crosse nears 21% fully inoculated

Rick Solem



Not a lot of movement Monday with vaccinations in La Crosse County.

The percentage remained the same, though the number ticked up just a bit.

So far, 20.8 percent of the county is fully vaccinated, while 33.6 percent has gotten at least the first shot.

Mayo in La Crosse said it has close to 1,000 open vaccine appointments, for those who are eligible.

To make an appointment, log into your account here (Patient Online Service) or create an account, then go to “appointments and admissions.” From there, you’ll have to answer a series of questions and schedule a time.

Otherwise, call 608-392-7400.

Statewide, vaccinations in Wisconsin, Minnesota and Iowa are all close in percentages for first shot and fully vaccinated. Here’s how they compare:

VACCINE1st shot%Inoculated%

Case wise, La Crosse County had none Monday, and is averaging 7.7 a day the past week. Last week that average was 5.9.

Statewide, Wisconsin is in much better shape than Minnesota and still a bit better than Iowa. Here’s how those states compare in cases deaths per day the past week:


Host of WIZM's La Crosse Talk PM | University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point graduate | Hometown: Greenville, Wis | Avid noonball basketball player and sand volleyballer in La Crosse

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