WISCONSIN (WAOW) -- People in Marathon County continue to wait for the H1N1 vaccine.
In other parts in the state, Wisconsinites are flocking to clinics to get inoculated.
In Kenosha, people braved chilly temps and long lines this weekend to receive the mist or shot for free.
According to health officials, millions of Americans in dozens of states have been infected with the virus. At least 20,000 have been hospitalized and more than 1,000 have died.
It was the same thing in Milwaukee, Friday. Hundreds lined up around the block to get the vaccine. Milwaukee Mayor Tom Barrett is urging people to be patient. The city is trying to make sure those most vulnerable to the disease are the first to be vaccinated.