Good News! DHS is including critical utility workers in the next group to be eligible for COVID-19 vaccinations, which is estimated to start March 1. Additional information can be found here.
The relevant section says:
Some Public Facing Essential Workers
Utility and communications infrastructure
Workers who cannot socially distance and are responsible for the fundamental processes and facilities that ensure electric, natural gas, steam, water, wastewater, internet, and telecommunications services are built, maintained, generated, distributed, and delivered to customers.
If you qualify and would like to get the Vaccine, this is a path for you to get vaccinated.
Experience Wisconsin Wireless Association
Uniting Telecom in the Badger State
The Wisconsin Wireless Association is a nonprofit professional association dedicated to being the voice of the wireless industry in the Badger State. Our members represent the creative talent and energy of wireless carriers, tower companies, network developers, and their supporting vendors.
Winter 2020 Event: Toys for Tots
We appreciate our sponsors. They allow us to host high quality education events and to enhance the communities we serve through fundraisers for our charities, The Tower Family Foundation and the Ronald McDonald House of Charity for Milwaukee and Madison.
Our Mission is Threefold
Promote positive awareness about our great industry.
We will raise awareness of the benefits of wireless technology by educating our communities, public officials and policy makers.
Form and cultivate strong relationships between the members of our industry.
We will facilitate communication and relationships by hosting regular forums that allow collaborative and constructive dialog and an open sharing of best practices that contribute to the growth of the industry.
Enhance the communities we serve.
We will identify activities where our time, talent and financial support can improve the well being of the local communities we serve.
Who We Are
The Wisconsin Wireless Association was established in 2008 as a non-profit professional association dedicated to being the voice of the wireless industry in the Badger State. Our members represent the creative talent and energy of wireless carriers, tower companies, network developers, and their supporting vendors. The Wisconsin Wireless Association supports the Tower Family Foundation and the Ronald McDonald House Charities for Madison and Milwaukee.