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Proud of his service and grateful for the care he has received at the Milwaukee VA Medical Center, Veteran John Bosch commissioned his granddaughter to create a painting to salute the sacrifices made by Veterans.
Wednesday, Jan. 13, was a historic day at the Milwaukee VA Medical Center as outpatient Veterans began receiving the COVID-19 vaccine. A walk-in clinic over the weekend saw more than 1,600 Veterans receive the shot.
How this for an early Christmas present? On Wednesday, Milwaukee VA Medical Center registered nurse Mark Mueller gave his father, Carl, the COVID-19 vaccination. "It's a blessing to be able to do this," Mark said.
Vets lacking the technology or access for virtual health care can turn to the ATLAS program, which offers virtual connections for health appointments at convenient sites, such as Walmart stores or American Legion posts.
As COVID-19 vaccines are rolled out, new treatments to fight the virus are being introduced. Recently, a Veteran became the first at the Milwaukee VA Medical Center to receive the cutting-edge bamlanivimad treatment.
Just in time for an early holiday present, the Milwaukee VA received its first, initial shipment of the COVID-19 vaccine and is making plans to vaccinate high-risk, frontline health care workers and Veterans.