Seven-day average for new cases continues downward trend two weeks into June
MADISON, Wis. — Wisconsin’s seven-day average for new COVID-19 is once again continuing its downward trend.
According to Wisconsin Department of Health Services data shared Tuesday, the state’s seven-day average for new cases has dropped again, down to 104. That’s down from Monday’s average of 112. The state’s seven-day average for new cases hasn’t topped 200 since the start of June.
Since the start of the pandemic, health officials have confirmed a total of 611,819 cases of COVID-19 throughout the state. One-hundred of those were confirmed within the past day.
To date, 7,212 Wisconsinites have died from COVID-19 complications. The state’s seven-day average for new deaths has also dropped to one, compared to the average of two reported Monday.
As of Tuesday, a total of 44.5% of the state’s population had finished their vaccination series, meaning 2,588,733 Wisconsinites are fully vaccinated. A total of 49.2% of the state’s population, 2,862,456 people, have gotten at least one dose of vaccine.
Since vaccination efforts began, health care providers have administered 5,382,350 doses of vaccine. In the past day alone, health care workers administered 5,739 doses of vaccine.
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