DHS: 33 percent of Wisconsinites receive at least one COVID-19 vaccine dose
Thirty-three percent of Wisconsinites have received at least one dose of a COVID-19 vaccine, per state data released Monday.
Wisconsin vaccinators administered 3,087,492 doses of COVID-19 vaccine through Sunday.
They gave 772 doses on Sunday, with a seven-day average of 48,967 daily shots.
Per state data, 33 percent of the state’s population, or 1,922,832 Wisconsinites, have received at least one dose of a vaccine, and 20.1 percent, or 1,171,309 Wisconsinites, have completed their vaccination series.
The Department of Health Services reported 307 new cases of COVID-19 on Monday, for a total of 580,184.
The state’s death toll is at 6,640 people, after DHS reported one more death.
An additional 2,809 Wisconsinites have been tested for COVID-19, for a total of 3,329,698. DHS considers 7,161 cases active.
The seven-day average for daily new cases is 591, up two from Sunday and 124 from a week ago.
The seven-day average for daily new deaths is six, the same as Sunday and up two from a week ago.
As of Sunday, the seven-day positivity rate by test was 3.4 percent, up 0.1 percentage points from Saturday and 0.7 percentage points from a week earlier, per preliminary data from DHS.
Per the Wisconsin Hospital Association, there were 241 COVID-19 patients hospitalized in the state as of Monday, up six from Sunday and 14 from a week ago.
Sixty-four were in intensive care units, up two from Sunday and six from a week ago.