MILWAUKEE - Aurora Health Care announced on Tuesday, Jan. 5 that some of its team members started receiving the second doses of their COVID-19 vaccine this week.
The tweet from Aurora indicates to date, "more than 26,000 Advocate Aurora Health team members in Wisconsin and Illinois have received the first dose of the vaccine."
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