Wisconsin reaches 3.5 million “shots in the arm” milestone, fewer than 600 new COVID-19 cases confirmed Sunday – WSAW

The DHS states 24.3% of the states population is now fully vaccinated, and is averaging 40,796 people completing the vaccine series per day.Vaccinations by percentage of age group:16 -17: 12.5% have actually gotten a dose/1.9% completed18-24: 23.7% have actually gotten a dose/11.6% completed25-34: 31.4% have gotten a dose/17.3% completed35-44: 38.9% have received a dose/21.6% completed45-54: 40.9% have gotten a dose/22.1% completed55-64: 51.2% have gotten a dose/24.6% completed65+: 78.4% have received a dose/69.5% completedCounty vaccination numbers are listed below.The state got 4,492 outcomes for people being checked for the first time or testing favorable, and 12.67% were favorable. Brown (264,542) (NE) 98,947 (37.4%) 65,880 (24.9%) Calumet (50,089) (FV) 16,772 (33.5%) 11,346 (22.7%) Dodge (87,839) 26,243 (29.9%) 18,052 (20.6%) Door (27,668) (NE) 15,054 (54.4%) 9,514 (34.4%) Fond du Lac (103,403) (FV) 33,797 (32.7%) 25,531 (24.7%) Forest (9,004) 3,156 (35.1%) 2,439 (27.1%) Florence (4,295) (NE) 1,480 (34.5%) 1,218 (28.4%) Green Lake (18,913) (FV) 6,428 (34.0%) 5,005 (26.5%) Kewaunee (20,434) (NE) 6,685 (32.7%) 4,770 (23.3%) Manitowoc (78,981) (NE) 29,268 (37.1%) 19,743 (25.0%) Marinette (40,350) (NE) 12,945 (32.1%) 8,973 (22.2%) Menominee (4,556) (FV) 1,905 (41.8%) 1,641 (36.0%) Oconto (37,930) (NE) 12,607 (33.2%) 9,090 (24.0%) Outagamie (187,885) (FV) 66,919 (35.6%) 43,776 (23.3%) Shawano (40,899) (FV) 11,619 (28.4%) 8,570 (21.0%) Sheboygan (115,340) 42,241 (36.6%) 26,421 (22.9%) Waupaca (50,990) (FV) 16,187 (31.7%) 11,793 (23.1%) Waushara (24,443) (FV) 6,737 (27.6%) 5,264 (21.5%) Winnebago (171,907) (FV) 59,503 (34.6%) 42,106 (24.5%) NORTHEAST REGION (NE) 176,986 (37.3%) 119,188 (25.1%) FOX VALLEY REGION (FV) 186,070 (33.9%) 129,501 (23.6%) WISCONSIN (5,822,434) 2,168,966 (37.3%) 1,376,675 (24.3%) CLICK HERE for details on the current COVID-19 vaccine eligibility requirementsCLICK HERE to track vaccine data in WisconsinCLICK HERE for the First Alert Vaccine Teams guide to vaccine clinics and vaccinators, consisting of phone numbers and sites to make consultations and information on totally free rides to appointments.HOSPITAL READINESSThe newest numbers from the Wisconsin Hospital Association (WHA) show there are 288 individuals are currently hospitalized for COVID-19 care, consisting of 72 in the ICU throughout all 136 Wisconsin hospitals.The WHA says the Fox Valley regions 13 healthcare facilities are dealing with 25 COVID-19 patients and 7 of them are in ICU.The 10 Northeast health centers are treating 23 COVID-19 patients, with 4 in the ICU.For hospital preparedness, the WHA reports the states 136 healthcare facilities have a total 312 ICU beds open, which is 21.28% of the states ICU beds. There are a total 2,210 hospital beds readily available– ICU, intermediate care, medical surgical and negative-flow seclusion– which is 19.77% of the states supply.Fox Valley area healthcare facilities have just 4 ICU beds open (3.84%) and 75 of all health center bed types (27.08%).
SUNDAYS COUNTY CASE AND DEATH TOTALS (counties with new cases or deaths are indicated in bold) * WisconsinAdams– 1,661 cases (+1) (10 deaths)Ashland– 1,216 cases (State modified, reduction of 1) (16 deaths)Barron– 5,602 cases (+10) (76 deaths)Bayfield – 1,116 cases (19 deaths)Brown– 30,965 cases (+4) (234 deaths)Buffalo– 1,329 cases (State revised, decline of 1) (7 deaths)Burnett– 1,271 cases (+2) (21 deaths)Calumet– 5,668 (+4) (46 deaths)Chippewa– 7,222 cases (94 deaths)Clark– 3,181 cases (+1) (58 deaths)Columbia– 5,252 cases (+7) (56 deaths)Crawford– 1,690 cases (+2) (17 deaths)Dane– 42,010 (+106) (290 deaths)Dodge– 11,622 cases (+4) (161 deaths)Door– 2,551 cases (+5) (21 deaths)Douglas– 3,849 cases (+9) (32 deaths)Dunn– 4,504 cases (+10) (31 deaths)Eau Claire– 11,336 cases (+7) (105 deaths)Florence – 434 cases (12 deaths)Fond du Lac– 12,155 cases (105 deaths)Forest – 942 cases (23 deaths)Grant– 4,795 cases (+2) (84 deaths)Green– 3,416 cases (+2) (17 deaths)Green Lake – 1,550 cases (19 deaths)Iowa – 1,969 cases (10 deaths)Iron – 570 cases (21 deaths)Jackson – 2,591 cases (+2) (26 deaths)Jefferson– 8,156 cases (106 deaths)Juneau – 3,048 cases (State modified, decline of 1) (21 deaths)Kenosha– 15,131 cases (+4) (304 deaths)Kewaunee– 2,317 cases (+1) (26 deaths)La Crosse– 12,515 cases (+4) (80 deaths)Lafayette – 1,527 cases (+5) (7 deaths)Langlade – 1,952 cases (32 deaths)Lincoln– 2,995 cases (+1) (60 deaths)Manitowoc– 7,393 cases (69 deaths)Marathon– 14,126 cases (+31) (184 deaths)Marinette – 4,025 cases (65 deaths)Marquette– 1,351 cases (+5) (21 deaths)Menominee – 792 cases (11 deaths)Milwaukee– 102,325 (+138) (1,270 deaths) (+1 )Monroe– 4,405 cases (37 deaths)Oconto– 4,331 cases (+2) (49 deaths)Oneida – 3,539 cases (+4) (68 deaths)Outagamie– 20,171 cases (+20) (201 deaths)Ozaukee– 7,981 cases (+13) (83 deaths)Pepin– 823 cases (7 deaths)Pierce– 3,702 cases (+4) (35 deaths)Polk– 4,129 cases (43 deaths)Portage– 6,600 cases (+10) (67 deaths)Price– 1,193 cases (7 deaths)Racine– 20,914 cases (+17) (336 deaths)Richland – 1,283 cases (15 deaths)Rock– 15,098 cases (+40) (167 deaths)Rusk – 1,274 cases (16 deaths)Sauk– 5,592 cases (+5) (45 deaths)Sawyer – 1,589 cases (+2) (23 deaths)Shawano– 4,645 cases (69 deaths)Sheboygan– 13,438 cases (+8) (134 deaths)St. Croix– 7,079 cases (+21) (49 deaths)Taylor – 1,841 cases (+1) (24 deaths)Trempealeau– 3,484 cases (39 deaths)Vernon– 1,891 cases (+1) (38 deaths)Vilas – 2,205 cases (+2) (39 deaths)Walworth– 9,191 cases (+2) (136 deaths)Washburn– 1,384 cases (+10) (18 deaths)Washington– 14,284 cases (+12) (144 deaths)Waukesha– 42,661 cases (State revised, decrease of 2) (506 deaths)Waupaca– 4,815 cases (+10) (116 deaths)Waushara– 2,128 cases (State modified, decrease of 1) (32 deaths)Winnebago– 17,688 cases (+5) (190 deaths)Wood– 6,830 cases (+19) (77 deaths)Michigans Upper Peninsula ** Alger – 295 cases (1 death)Baraga – 524 cases (33 deaths)Chippewa – 918 cases (26 deaths)Delta– 2,913 cases (68 deaths)Dickinson – 2,247 cases (55 deaths)Gogebic – 982 cases (22 deaths)Houghton– 2,341 cases (32 deaths)Iron– 893 cases (42 deaths)Keweenaw– 131 cases (1 death)Luce– 150 casesMackinac – 347 cases (3 deaths)Marquette – 3,792 cases (55 deaths)Menominee – 1,674 cases (39 deaths)Ontonagon– 380 cases (20 deaths)Schoolcraft – 272 cases (4 deaths)* Cases and deaths are from the daily DHS COVID-19 reports, which may differ from local health department numbers. The DHS reports cases from all health departments within a countys boundaries, consisting of tribal, municipal and county health departments; county sites might not. Mondays numbers include updates because Saturdays reporting deadline.CDC GUIDANCE ON GATHERINGSThe Centers for Disease Control have announced that totally vaccinated Americans can collect with other vaccinated people inside your home without wearing a mask or social distancing.The CDCs suggestions likewise say immunized individuals can come together in the exact same way– in a single family– with people thought about at low-risk for serious illness, such as in the case of immunized grandparents visiting healthy children 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.

The DHS says 24.3% of the states population is now fully vaccinated, and is averaging 40,796 people completing the vaccine series per day.Vaccinations by percentage of age group:16 -17: 12.5% have actually gotten a dose/1.9% completed18-24: 23.7% have actually gotten a dose/11.6% completed25-34: 31.4% have actually received a dose/17.3% completed35-44: 38.9% have gotten a dose/21.6% completed45-54: 40.9% have gotten a dose/22.1% completed55-64: 51.2% have actually gotten a dose/24.6% completed65+: 78.4% have actually received a dose/69.5% completedCounty vaccination numbers are noted below.The state got 4,492 outcomes for people being checked for the first time or testing favorable, and 12.67% were favorable. The positivity rates 7-day average for all testing dipped from 3.8% to 3.7% of all tests after days of rising.Meanwhile, the 569 brand-new cases lowered the seven day case average from 778 to 776. Brown (264,542) (NE) 98,947 (37.4%) 65,880 (24.9%) Calumet (50,089) (FV) 16,772 (33.5%) 11,346 (22.7%) Dodge (87,839) 26,243 (29.9%) 18,052 (20.6%) Door (27,668) (NE) 15,054 (54.4%) 9,514 (34.4%) Fond du Lac (103,403) (FV) 33,797 (32.7%) 25,531 (24.7%) Forest (9,004) 3,156 (35.1%) 2,439 (27.1%) Florence (4,295) (NE) 1,480 (34.5%) 1,218 (28.4%) Green Lake (18,913) (FV) 6,428 (34.0%) 5,005 (26.5%) Kewaunee (20,434) (NE) 6,685 (32.7%) 4,770 (23.3%) Manitowoc (78,981) (NE) 29,268 (37.1%) 19,743 (25.0%) Marinette (40,350) (NE) 12,945 (32.1%) 8,973 (22.2%) Menominee (4,556) (FV) 1,905 (41.8%) 1,641 (36.0%) Oconto (37,930) (NE) 12,607 (33.2%) 9,090 (24.0%) Outagamie (187,885) (FV) 66,919 (35.6%) 43,776 (23.3%) Shawano (40,899) (FV) 11,619 (28.4%) 8,570 (21.0%) Sheboygan (115,340) 42,241 (36.6%) 26,421 (22.9%) Waupaca (50,990) (FV) 16,187 (31.7%) 11,793 (23.1%) Waushara (24,443) (FV) 6,737 (27.6%) 5,264 (21.5%) Winnebago (171,907) (FV) 59,503 (34.6%) 42,106 (24.5%) NORTHEAST REGION (NE) 176,986 (37.3%) 119,188 (25.1%) FOX VALLEY REGION (FV) 186,070 (33.9%) 129,501 (23.6%) WISCONSIN (5,822,434) 2,168,966 (37.3%) 1,376,675 (24.3%) CLICK HERE for information on the present COVID-19 vaccine eligibility requirementsCLICK HERE to track vaccine information in WisconsinCLICK HERE for the First Alert Vaccine Teams guide to vaccine centers and vaccinators, consisting of phone numbers and sites to make consultations and information on totally free trips to appointments.HOSPITAL READINESSThe most current numbers from the Wisconsin Hospital Association (WHA) reveal there are 288 individuals are currently hospitalized for COVID-19 care, including 72 in the ICU across all 136 Wisconsin hospitals.The WHA says the Fox Valley regions 13 hospitals are treating 25 COVID-19 clients and 7 of them are in ICU.The 10 Northeast hospitals are treating 23 COVID-19 clients, with 4 in the ICU.For healthcare facility readiness, the WHA reports the states 136 healthcare facilities have an overall 312 ICU beds open, which is 21.28% of the states ICU beds. There are an overall 2,210 hospital beds readily available– ICU, intermediate care, medical surgical and negative-flow isolation– which is 19.77% of the states supply.Fox Valley region health centers have just 4 ICU beds open (3.84%) and 75 of all hospital bed types (27.08%). Northeast area health centers have 35 ICU beds (16.90%) and 220 of all bed types (23.01%) available.These beds are for all clients, not simply COVID-19.