Wisconsins average of residents completing COVID-19 vaccine series falls below 20000 for a second day, no new deaths reported – WBAY

The state reported 3,645 test results came back on people who were never ever evaluated or never ever evaluated positive previously, and 232 came back positive throughout 63 counties.The states COVID-19 death toll stayed the same with no new deaths to report Sunday, for a total of 6,958, or 1.1% of all cases. County case and death overalls are being upgraded later in this article.Meanwhile, the 7-day case average has actually not been updated as of Sunday night. 5 percent of all coronavirus cases have resulted in hospitalization.The percentage of cases which are still active– that is, identified in the past 30 days and not medically cleared– held steady Sunday at 1.2% of all cases. While we utilize terms like “offered” or “open,” a hospital bed can just be inhabited if theres enough staffing to care for the patient, including doctors, nurses and food services.SUNDAYS COUNTY CASE AND DEATH TOTALS WILL BE UPDATED AFTER THE DHS RESOLVES A TECHNICAL ISSUE. (counties with new cases or deaths are indicated in vibrant) * WisconsinAdams– 1,752 cases (+1) (12 deaths) Ashland– 1,265 cases (+1) (15 deaths) Barron– 5,832 cases (+5) (82 deaths) Bayfield – 1,152 cases (19 deaths) Brown– 31,664 cases (244 deaths) Buffalo– 1,368 cases (7 deaths) Burnett– 1,399 cases (+2) (22 deaths) Calumet– 5,808 cases (+1) (51 deaths) Chippewa– 7,405 cases (94 deaths) Clark– 3,269 cases (+3) (59 deaths) Columbia– 5,461 cases (+2) (57 deaths) Crawford– 1,723 cases (18 deaths) Dane– 44,767 (+13) (306 deaths) Dodge– 11,894 cases (+1) (165 deaths) Door– 2,616 cases (+1) (22 deaths) Douglas– 4,068 cases (+1) (39 deaths) Dunn– 4,665 cases (+3) (32 deaths) Eau Claire– 11,555 cases (+4) (107 deaths) Florence – 448 cases (13 deaths) Fond du Lac– 12,456 cases (111 deaths) Forest – 961 cases (23 deaths) Grant– 4,922 cases (+1) (85 deaths) Green– 3,506 cases (18 deaths) Green Lake – 1,578 cases (+1) (19 deaths) Iowa – 2,033 cases (10 deaths) Iron – 578 cases (21 deaths) Jackson – 2,642 cases (+1) (26 deaths) Jefferson– 8,405 cases (110 deaths) Juneau – 3,188 cases (+1) (22 deaths) Kenosha– 15,740 cases (+9) (308 deaths) Kewaunee– 2,354 cases (26 deaths) La Crosse– 12,817 cases (87 deaths) Lafayette – 1,566 cases (9 deaths) Langlade – 2,009 cases (32 deaths) Lincoln– 3,064 cases (64 deaths) Manitowoc– 7,581 cases (70 deaths) Marathon– 14,738 cases (+26) (188 deaths) Marinette – 4,181 cases (65 deaths) Marquette– 1,379 cases (23 deaths) Menominee– 804 cases (11 deaths) Milwaukee– 106,302 (+49) (1,320 deaths) Monroe– 4,559 cases (37 deaths) Oconto– 4,475 cases (55 deaths) Oneida – 3,643 cases (+4) (71 deaths) Outagamie– 20,681 cases (+3) (206 deaths) Ozaukee– 8,206 cases (+5) (89 deaths) Pepin– 860 cases (7 deaths) Pierce– 3,994 cases (+2) (37 deaths) Polk– 4,576 cases (52 deaths) Portage– 6,777 cases (+5) (68 deaths) Price– 1,234 cases (+1) (7 deaths) Racine– 21,893 cases (+9) (350 deaths) Richland – 1,307 cases (15 deaths) Rock– 16,164 cases (+27) (174 deaths) Rusk – 1,333 cases (+7) (17 deaths) Sauk– 5,872 cases (+10) (48 deaths) Sawyer – 1,711 cases (+1) (26 deaths) Shawano– 4,712 cases (72 deaths) Sheboygan– 13,767 cases (+5) (142 deaths) St. Croix– 7,964 cases (+4) (54 deaths) Taylor – 1,877 cases (+3) (24 deaths) Trempealeau– 3,545 cases (42 deaths) Vernon– 1,929 cases (39 deaths) Vilas – 2,268 cases (+2) (39 deaths) Walworth– 9,494 cases (136 deaths) Washburn– 1,480 cases (+1) (20 deaths) Washington– 14,730 cases (+4) (154 deaths) Waukesha– 43,836 cases (534 deaths) Waupaca– 4,900 cases (+1) (120 deaths) Waushara– 2,168 cases (+1) (34 deaths) Winnebago– 18,199 cases (+10) (197 deaths) Wood– 7,089 cases (+1) (80 deaths) Michigans Upper Peninsula ** Alger – 320 cases (2 deaths) Baraga – 649 cases (37 deaths) Chippewa – 1,064 cases (28 deaths) Delta– 3,312 cases (72 deaths) Dickinson – 2,382 cases (59 deaths) Gogebic – 1,031 cases (22 deaths) Houghton– 2,496 cases (32 deaths) Iron– 973 cases (42 deaths) Keweenaw– 143 cases (1 death) Luce– 200 cases (2 deaths) Mackinac – 434 cases (3 deaths) Marquette – 4,217 cases (60 deaths) Menominee – 1,777 cases (39 deaths) Ontonagon– 407 cases (20 deaths) Schoolcraft – 329 cases (4 deaths) * Cases and deaths are from the daily DHS COVID-19 reports, which might differ from regional health department numbers.

County case and death overalls are being upgraded later in this article.Meanwhile, the 7-day case average has actually not been upgraded as of Sunday night. Five percent of all coronavirus cases have resulted in hospitalization.The percentage of cases which are still active– that is, detected in the past 30 days and not clinically cleared– held stable Sunday at 1.2% of all cases. (counties with brand-new cases or deaths are shown in strong) * WisconsinAdams– 1,752 cases (+1) (12 deaths) Ashland– 1,265 cases (+1) (15 deaths) Barron– 5,832 cases (+5) (82 deaths) Bayfield – 1,152 cases (19 deaths) Brown– 31,664 cases (244 deaths) Buffalo– 1,368 cases (7 deaths) Burnett– 1,399 cases (+2) (22 deaths) Calumet– 5,808 cases (+1) (51 deaths) Chippewa– 7,405 cases (94 deaths) Clark– 3,269 cases (+3) (59 deaths) Columbia– 5,461 cases (+2) (57 deaths) Crawford– 1,723 cases (18 deaths) Dane– 44,767 (+13) (306 deaths) Dodge– 11,894 cases (+1) (165 deaths) Door– 2,616 cases (+1) (22 deaths) Douglas– 4,068 cases (+1) (39 deaths) Dunn– 4,665 cases (+3) (32 deaths) Eau Claire– 11,555 cases (+4) (107 deaths) Florence – 448 cases (13 deaths) Fond du Lac– 12,456 cases (111 deaths) Forest – 961 cases (23 deaths) Grant– 4,922 cases (+1) (85 deaths) Green– 3,506 cases (18 deaths) Green Lake – 1,578 cases (+1) (19 deaths) Iowa – 2,033 cases (10 deaths) Iron – 578 cases (21 deaths) Jackson – 2,642 cases (+1) (26 deaths) Jefferson– 8,405 cases (110 deaths) Juneau – 3,188 cases (+1) (22 deaths) Kenosha– 15,740 cases (+9) (308 deaths) Kewaunee– 2,354 cases (26 deaths) La Crosse– 12,817 cases (87 deaths) Lafayette – 1,566 cases (9 deaths) Langlade – 2,009 cases (32 deaths) Lincoln– 3,064 cases (64 deaths) Manitowoc– 7,581 cases (70 deaths) Marathon– 14,738 cases (+26) (188 deaths) Marinette – 4,181 cases (65 deaths) Marquette– 1,379 cases (23 deaths) Menominee– 804 cases (11 deaths) Milwaukee– 106,302 (+49) (1,320 deaths) Monroe– 4,559 cases (37 deaths) Oconto– 4,475 cases (55 deaths) Oneida – 3,643 cases (+4) (71 deaths) Outagamie– 20,681 cases (+3) (206 deaths) Ozaukee– 8,206 cases (+5) (89 deaths) Pepin– 860 cases (7 deaths) Pierce– 3,994 cases (+2) (37 deaths) Polk– 4,576 cases (52 deaths) Portage– 6,777 cases (+5) (68 deaths) Price– 1,234 cases (+1) (7 deaths) Racine– 21,893 cases (+9) (350 deaths) Richland – 1,307 cases (15 deaths) Rock– 16,164 cases (+27) (174 deaths) Rusk – 1,333 cases (+7) (17 deaths) Sauk– 5,872 cases (+10) (48 deaths) Sawyer – 1,711 cases (+1) (26 deaths) Shawano– 4,712 cases (72 deaths) Sheboygan– 13,767 cases (+5) (142 deaths) St. Croix– 7,964 cases (+4) (54 deaths) Taylor – 1,877 cases (+3) (24 deaths) Trempealeau– 3,545 cases (42 deaths) Vernon– 1,929 cases (39 deaths) Vilas – 2,268 cases (+2) (39 deaths) Walworth– 9,494 cases (136 deaths) Washburn– 1,480 cases (+1) (20 deaths) Washington– 14,730 cases (+4) (154 deaths) Waukesha– 43,836 cases (534 deaths) Waupaca– 4,900 cases (+1) (120 deaths) Waushara– 2,168 cases (+1) (34 deaths) Winnebago– 18,199 cases (+10) (197 deaths) Wood– 7,089 cases (+1) (80 deaths) Michigans Upper Peninsula ** Alger – 320 cases (2 deaths) Baraga – 649 cases (37 deaths) Chippewa – 1,064 cases (28 deaths) Delta– 3,312 cases (72 deaths) Dickinson – 2,382 cases (59 deaths) Gogebic – 1,031 cases (22 deaths) Houghton– 2,496 cases (32 deaths) Iron– 973 cases (42 deaths) Keweenaw– 143 cases (1 death) Luce– 200 cases (2 deaths) Mackinac – 434 cases (3 deaths) Marquette – 4,217 cases (60 deaths) Menominee – 1,777 cases (39 deaths) Ontonagon– 407 cases (20 deaths) Schoolcraft – 329 cases (4 deaths) * Cases and deaths are from the daily DHS COVID-19 reports, which may vary from regional health department numbers.

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