The University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh vaccination siteis now open to the community. UWO teamed up with Advocate Aurora Healthcare and the Winnebago County Health Department to administer the doses. This site is open to anyone eligible in the region but hopes to reach minorities and other underserved communities. “All these community type clinics, we’re hopeful to get to people that don’t have health care insurance, those that don’t have primary care physicians, those that are sort of outside of the health care world,” said Governor Tony Evers during a visit to the vaccination site. Health officials say the vaccine clinic could deliver as many as 5,000 shots a week if supply increases. Appointments are made online. The center expects to stay open through the spring for both COVID-19 testing and vaccinations.