DHS: 176,165 COVID-19 vaccine doses administered
So far, 176,165 COVID-19 vaccine doses have been administered in Wisconsin, the Department of Health Services said Wednesday.
That breaks down to 114,261 doses of the Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine and 61,902 of the Moderna vaccine.
Per the data, 373,100 doses have been shipped to Wisconsin.
This week, the federal government allocated 607,650 doses to the state, with 197,000 set aside for long-term care facilities, as of Tuesday, which is when DHS updates allocation data.
DHS reported 2,134 new COVID-19 cases in Wisconsin on Wednesday, for a total of 513,270.
Thirty-seven more deaths brought the state’s death toll to 5,248.
An additional 7,427 Wisconsinites were tested, for a total of 2,928,143.
DHS considers 27,749 cases active.
The seven-day average for daily new cases is 2,646, down 181 from Tuesday and up 153 from last week.
The seven-day average for daily new deaths is 30, down three from Tuesday and two from last week.
As of Tuesday, the seven-day positivity rate by person was 28.1 percent, down 0.5 percentage from Monday points and 3.6 percentage points from last week.
The rate by test was 9.4 percent, down 0.2 percentage points from Monday and 1.9 percentage points from last week.
The surge facility in West Allis was providing Bamlanivimab infusion therapy to three patients on Wednesday.