34.5% of Wisconsinites fully vaccinated against COVID-19
MADISON, Wis. — More than 4.4 million doses of COVID-19 vaccine have been administered throughout Wisconsin, according to the state Department of Health Services.
Health officials said 2,527,645 people have gotten at least one dose of vaccine, which is 43.4% of the state’s population. In Dane County, that percentage is closer to 60%.
As of Monday, 2,009,464 residents have fully completed the vaccine series, or 34.5% of Wisconsin. The latest data comes one day after the state passed the 2 million mark for those who have been fully vaccinated.
A total of 4,479,776 doses have been administered since December.
Wisconsin reported 349 new cases of the virus, which is below Sunday’s case count of 405 and the seven-day rolling average of 646. The state has reached an all-time total of 599,576 confirmed cases, and 8,600 of those cases remain active.
The seven-day average percent positive by test is at 3.3% as of Monday afternoon.
The statewide death toll has reached 6,839, with no new deaths recorded Monday. DHS officials said 29 more people were also hospitalized within the past day.
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