Wisconsin surpasses 2 million fully vaccinated people
MADISON, Wis. — The Department of Health Services reported Sunday that there are now more than two million fully vaccinated people in the state.
According to the DHS 2,006,234 people have finished the vaccine series in Wisconsin. That is 34.5% of the population.
A total of 4,474,477 vaccine doses have been administered as of Sunday. At least 2,526,624 people have received one shot.
Health officials confirmed 405 new cases Sunday, a drop from Saturday’s case count of 675. The seven-day average of new cases per day decreased to 2.9%
The state has reached a lifetime total of 599,227 confirmed cases, and 8,765 cases are still active.
The DHS withdrew Covid-19 as a cause of death from two previously reported deaths on Sunday. The total amount of Coronavirus related deaths in the state is 6,839.
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