MADISON, Wis. (AP) — Wisconsin will open four additional community vaccination clinics across the state, joining one already up and running in Janesville, as the state's supply of vaccine increases amid a push to inoculate people for the coronavirus in underserved areas, Gov. Tony Evers announced Tuesday.

The state will be receiving an additional 115,000 doses of vaccine for at least the next two weeks, up more than 64% from the 70,000 doses the state was getting a month ago, said Julie Willems Van Dyke, deputy secretary of the state Department of Health Services.

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