1 in 6 Wisconsin residents fully vaccinated against COVID-19; deaths fall to average 3 a day – WBAY

Thats 10,000 fewer dosages than Friday, however the 7-day average of 55,566 shots a day is simply a couple hundred shy of Fridays record.Vaccination numbers for Northeast Wisconsin counties appear later in this article.1 in 3 Wisconsin women received at least one dose of a vaccine compared to simply under 1 in 4 men.Heres a look at whos gotten at least one dosage, by age group – approximations and portions:16 -17: 4 out of 100 (3.8%)18-24: 1 out of 7 (14.4%)25-34: 1 out of 5 (21.5%)35-44: 1 out of 4 (27.0%)45-54: 1 out of 4 (27.7%)55-64: 1 out of 3 (34.3%)65+: 3 out of 4 (74.5%)CASES AND DEATHSCOVID-19 deaths were reported in Brown and Oneida counties. Since of this, Wisconsins 7-day average fell to 3 deaths per day– the most affordable average given that July– although the death rate holds on at 1.15% of all coronavirus cases.The 7-day average for brand-new cases was up for a 4th straight day. The percentage of coronavirus cases resulting in hospitalization rose to 4.8% on Friday.Since February 5, 2020, the state reports:575,320 validated coronavirus cases27,403 hospitalizations (4.8% of all cases)6,598 COVID-19 deaths (1.15%)561,842 recoveries (97.7% of cases)6,721 cases still active (1.2%)SATURDAYS VACCINATION TOTALS IN NORTHEASTERN WISCONSIN(Daily cases and deaths by county are listed towards the end of this article. We use the terms “open” and “offered,” a healthcare facility can only put a patient in a bed if it has the personnel to care for them, including physicians, nurses and food services.SATURDAYS COUNTY CASE AND DEATH TOTALS (counties with brand-new cases or deaths are suggested in strong) * WisconsinAdams– 1,617 cases (+1) (10 deaths)Ashland– 1,197 cases (+1) (16 deaths)Barron– 5,508 cases (76 deaths)Bayfield – 1,075 cases (+3) (19 deaths)Brown– 30,595 cases (+20) (231 deaths) (+1 )Buffalo– 1,324 cases (+2) (7 deaths)Burnett– 1,225 cases (22 deaths)Calumet– 5,586 (+4) (46 deaths)Chippewa– 7,171 cases (+4) (93 deaths)Clark– 3,165 cases (+1) (58 deaths)Columbia– 5,165 cases (+5) (56 deaths)Crawford– 1,678 cases (17 deaths)Dane– 41,908 (+56) (288 deaths)Dodge– 11,547 cases (cases revised -7 by state) (158 deaths)Door– 2,505 cases (+2) (21 deaths)Douglas– 3,740 cases (+11) (29 deaths)Dunn– 4,358 cases (+3) (30 deaths)Eau Claire– 11,217 cases (105 deaths)Florence – 429 cases (12 deaths)Fond du Lac– 12,066 cases (+7) (103 deaths)Forest – 935 cases (23 deaths)Grant– 4,722 cases (83 deaths)Green– 3,332 cases (+12) (16 deaths)Green Lake – 1,536 cases (+5) (18 deaths)Iowa – 1,947 cases (10 deaths)Iron – 565 cases (+1) (21 deaths)Jackson – 2,580 cases (cases revised -6 by state) (26 deaths) (deaths revised -1 by state)Jefferson– 8,017 cases (cases modified -5 by state) (105 deaths)Juneau – 3,040 cases (+2) (20 deaths)Kenosha– 14,934 cases (+17) (303 deaths)Kewaunee– 2,317 cases (cases revised -18 by state) (24 deaths)La Crosse– 12,391 cases (+3) (80 deaths)Lafayette – 1,490 cases (+2) (6 deaths)Langlade – 1,942 cases (32 deaths)Lincoln– 2,938 cases (58 deaths)Manitowoc– 7,345 cases (68 deaths)Marathon– 13,853 cases (+5) (184 deaths)Marinette – 3,998 cases (+1) (65 deaths)Marquette– 1,325 cases (21 deaths)Menominee – 790 cases (cases revised -2 by state) (11 deaths)Milwaukee– 100,300 (+121) (1,257 deaths)Monroe– 4,370 cases (+1) (34 deaths)Oconto– 4,314 cases (+1) (49 deaths)Oneida – 3,490 cases (+3) (69 deaths) (+1 )Outagamie– 19,802 cases (+13) (197 deaths)Ozaukee– 7,832 cases (+7) (81 deaths)Pepin– 816 cases (7 deaths)Pierce– 3,605 cases (+5) (35 deaths)Polk– 4,019 cases (cases revised -5 by state) (44 deaths)Portage– 6,537 cases (+2) (66 deaths)Price– 1,174 cases (7 deaths)Racine– 20,619 cases (+1) (335 deaths)Richland – 1,273 cases (cases modified -11 by state) (15 deaths)Rock– 14,713 cases (+25) (163 deaths)Rusk – 1,273 cases (+1) (16 deaths)Sauk– 5,455 cases (+10) (44 deaths)Sawyer – 1,562 cases (+2) (22 deaths)Shawano– 4,604 cases (+1) (69 deaths)Sheboygan– 13,220 cases (+9) (133 deaths)St. Croix– 6,695 cases (+29) (47 deaths)Taylor – 1,802 cases (+2) (23 deaths)Trempealeau– 3,447 cases (+7) (38 deaths)Vernon– 1,871 cases (+2) (38 deaths)Vilas – 2,187 cases (+1) (39 deaths)Walworth– 9,010 cases (+15) (134 deaths)Washburn– 1,345 cases (18 deaths)Washington– 14,031 cases (139 deaths)Waukesha– 41,855 cases (+53) (498 deaths)Waupaca– 4,748 cases (+2) (116 deaths)Waushara– 2,112 cases (+2) (31 deaths)Winnebago– 17,426 cases (+16) (186 deaths)Wood– 6,740 cases (+5) (77 deaths)Michigans Upper Peninsula ** Alger – 284 cases (1 death)Baraga – 517 cases (33 deaths)Chippewa – 830 cases (+3) (25 deaths)Delta– 2,757 cases (+7) (67 deaths)Dickinson – 2,176 cases (+2) (55 deaths)Gogebic – 963 cases (+1) (21 deaths)Houghton– 2,256 cases (+7) (31 deaths)Iron– 872 cases (42 deaths)Keweenaw– 124 cases (cases modified -1 by state) (1 death)Luce– 137 cases (+2 )Mackinac – 312 cases (+2) (3 deaths)Marquette – 3,578 cases (+4) (55 deaths)Menominee – 1,648 cases (+2) (39 deaths)Ontonagon– 375 cases (+1) (20 deaths)Schoolcraft – 242 cases (4 deaths)* Cases and deaths are from the daily DHS COVID-19 reports, which may differ from local health department numbers. Mondays numbers consist of updates because Saturdays reporting deadline.CDC GUIDANCE ON GATHERINGSThe Centers for Disease Control have actually revealed that completely immunized Americans can collect with other vaccinated people inside your home without using a mask or social distancing.The CDCs suggestions likewise say immunized people can come together in the exact same way– in a single family– with people considered at low-risk for extreme disease, such as in the case of immunized grandparents going to healthy kids and grandchildren.The CDC is continuing to suggest that fully vaccinated people still use well-fitted masks, prevent big events, and physically distance themselves from others when out in public.

Due to the fact that of this, Wisconsins 7-day average fell to 3 deaths per day– the least expensive average because July– although the death rate holds on at 1.15% of all coronavirus cases.The 7-day average for brand-new cases was up for a fourth straight day. The portion of coronavirus cases resulting in hospitalization rose to 4.8% on Friday.Since February 5, 2020, the state reports:575,320 validated coronavirus cases27,403 hospitalizations (4.8% of all cases)6,598 COVID-19 deaths (1.15%)561,842 recoveries (97.7% of cases)6,721 cases still active (1.2%)SATURDAYS VACCINATION TOTALS IN NORTHEASTERN WISCONSIN(Daily cases and deaths by county are listed towards the end of this short article. We utilize the terms “open” and “available,” a health center can only put a client in a bed if it has the staff to care for them, including physicians, nurses and food services.SATURDAYS COUNTY CASE AND DEATH TOTALS (counties with new cases or deaths are shown in bold) * WisconsinAdams– 1,617 cases (+1) (10 deaths)Ashland– 1,197 cases (+1) (16 deaths)Barron– 5,508 cases (76 deaths)Bayfield – 1,075 cases (+3) (19 deaths)Brown– 30,595 cases (+20) (231 deaths) (+1 )Buffalo– 1,324 cases (+2) (7 deaths)Burnett– 1,225 cases (22 deaths)Calumet– 5,586 (+4) (46 deaths)Chippewa– 7,171 cases (+4) (93 deaths)Clark– 3,165 cases (+1) (58 deaths)Columbia– 5,165 cases (+5) (56 deaths)Crawford– 1,678 cases (17 deaths)Dane– 41,908 (+56) (288 deaths)Dodge– 11,547 cases (cases revised -7 by state) (158 deaths)Door– 2,505 cases (+2) (21 deaths)Douglas– 3,740 cases (+11) (29 deaths)Dunn– 4,358 cases (+3) (30 deaths)Eau Claire– 11,217 cases (105 deaths)Florence – 429 cases (12 deaths)Fond du Lac– 12,066 cases (+7) (103 deaths)Forest – 935 cases (23 deaths)Grant– 4,722 cases (83 deaths)Green– 3,332 cases (+12) (16 deaths)Green Lake – 1,536 cases (+5) (18 deaths)Iowa – 1,947 cases (10 deaths)Iron – 565 cases (+1) (21 deaths)Jackson – 2,580 cases (cases modified -6 by state) (26 deaths) (deaths revised -1 by state)Jefferson– 8,017 cases (cases revised -5 by state) (105 deaths)Juneau – 3,040 cases (+2) (20 deaths)Kenosha– 14,934 cases (+17) (303 deaths)Kewaunee– 2,317 cases (cases modified -18 by state) (24 deaths)La Crosse– 12,391 cases (+3) (80 deaths)Lafayette – 1,490 cases (+2) (6 deaths)Langlade – 1,942 cases (32 deaths)Lincoln– 2,938 cases (58 deaths)Manitowoc– 7,345 cases (68 deaths)Marathon– 13,853 cases (+5) (184 deaths)Marinette – 3,998 cases (+1) (65 deaths)Marquette– 1,325 cases (21 deaths)Menominee – 790 cases (cases revised -2 by state) (11 deaths)Milwaukee– 100,300 (+121) (1,257 deaths)Monroe– 4,370 cases (+1) (34 deaths)Oconto– 4,314 cases (+1) (49 deaths)Oneida – 3,490 cases (+3) (69 deaths) (+1 )Outagamie– 19,802 cases (+13) (197 deaths)Ozaukee– 7,832 cases (+7) (81 deaths)Pepin– 816 cases (7 deaths)Pierce– 3,605 cases (+5) (35 deaths)Polk– 4,019 cases (cases revised -5 by state) (44 deaths)Portage– 6,537 cases (+2) (66 deaths)Price– 1,174 cases (7 deaths)Racine– 20,619 cases (+1) (335 deaths)Richland – 1,273 cases (cases modified -11 by state) (15 deaths)Rock– 14,713 cases (+25) (163 deaths)Rusk – 1,273 cases (+1) (16 deaths)Sauk– 5,455 cases (+10) (44 deaths)Sawyer – 1,562 cases (+2) (22 deaths)Shawano– 4,604 cases (+1) (69 deaths)Sheboygan– 13,220 cases (+9) (133 deaths)St. Croix– 6,695 cases (+29) (47 deaths)Taylor – 1,802 cases (+2) (23 deaths)Trempealeau– 3,447 cases (+7) (38 deaths)Vernon– 1,871 cases (+2) (38 deaths)Vilas – 2,187 cases (+1) (39 deaths)Walworth– 9,010 cases (+15) (134 deaths)Washburn– 1,345 cases (18 deaths)Washington– 14,031 cases (139 deaths)Waukesha– 41,855 cases (+53) (498 deaths)Waupaca– 4,748 cases (+2) (116 deaths)Waushara– 2,112 cases (+2) (31 deaths)Winnebago– 17,426 cases (+16) (186 deaths)Wood– 6,740 cases (+5) (77 deaths)Michigans Upper Peninsula ** Alger – 284 cases (1 death)Baraga – 517 cases (33 deaths)Chippewa – 830 cases (+3) (25 deaths)Delta– 2,757 cases (+7) (67 deaths)Dickinson – 2,176 cases (+2) (55 deaths)Gogebic – 963 cases (+1) (21 deaths)Houghton– 2,256 cases (+7) (31 deaths)Iron– 872 cases (42 deaths)Keweenaw– 124 cases (cases modified -1 by state) (1 death)Luce– 137 cases (+2 )Mackinac – 312 cases (+2) (3 deaths)Marquette – 3,578 cases (+4) (55 deaths)Menominee – 1,648 cases (+2) (39 deaths)Ontonagon– 375 cases (+1) (20 deaths)Schoolcraft – 242 cases (4 deaths)* Cases and deaths are from the everyday DHS COVID-19 reports, which may differ from local health department numbers.