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Naturally, there is incredible demand for vaccination. Because of limited vaccine supply, the state has created eligibility groups that are opening over time. Right now, the following groups are eligible for vaccination:

  • Frontline health care workers
  • Residents in skilled nursing and long-term care facilities
  • Fire and police personnel and correctional staff
  • People over 65
 
On March 1, the following groups will be eligible for vaccination:

  • Education and childcare workers
  • Individuals enrolled in Medicaid long-term care programs
  • Some public-facing essential workers
  • Non-front-line essential health care personnel
  • Staff and residents in congregate living facilities
REAL Trends February 2021 Newsletter Available
Shifts in the Real Estate Landscape
Remote work, office space, retail - it all impacts the residential real estate industry

By Steve Murray, Senior Advisor

A recent Wisconsin Supreme Court decision creates a loophole in shoreland zoning regulations. The WRA’s Tom Larson and former state Rep. Adam Jarchow (R-Balsam Lake) explain.
NAR Advocates for More Pandemic Relief
As part of NAR’s ongoing advocacy efforts to protect REALTORS®, their families, and their businesses, a new letter was sent to members of the House and Senate thanking legislators for their continued focus on providing economic relief while advocating for more support during the ongoing pandemic. While the relief provided in December was essential for many Americans, there is still more work to be done. The letter offers several proposals to ensure Americans are safe, small businesses survive, and the economy recovers including.


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