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Average of Wisconsin residents who complete COVID-19 vaccine series drops below 20,000 for second day – fr

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Average of Wisconsin residents who complete COVID-19 vaccine series drops below 20,000 for second day – fr


MADISON, Wisconsin (WBAY) – The seven-day average of Wisconsin residents who complete their COVID-19 vaccine series continues to decline, although everyone aged 12 or older can be vaccinated.

According to figures provided by the Department of Health Services (DHS), the state’s seven-day average for those who complete the series of vaccines is less than 20,000 for the second day in a row.

The last time there were several days where that number was less than 20,000, it was a three-day period from March 26 to March 28. The average fell below 20,000 on Saturday for the first time since March 30.

So far, health officials say 45.3% of all Wisconsin residents have received at least one dose of a COVID-19 vaccine – 2,639,668 people – and 39.4% have completed their regimen vaccination – a total of 2,294,673 people.

Wisconsin health officials report that more than 4 in 100 (4.3%) children aged 12 to 15 in Wisconsin have already received their first dose of the COVID-19 vaccine – a total of 12,697 children. The percentage of Wisconsin residents who received at least one dose of the COVID-19 vaccine in the 12 to 15 age group has increased much faster than the percentages in other age groups in the state.

State health officials reported on Friday that only 3,456 children in this group had received a single dose of the vaccine, equivalent to 1.2% of the population in that age group. Keep in mind that these numbers may change due to the underestimation, as reports from vaccinators are still ongoing since vaccinations were just opened for this age group on Thursday.

Vaccinations by age group:

  • 12-15: 4.3% received one dose / 0.0% completed
  • 16-17: 28.1% received a dose / 19.8% completed
  • 18-24: 35.0% received a dose / 27.5% completed
  • 25-34: 41.4% received a dose / 34.3% completed
  • 35-44: 49.7% received a dose / 42.1% completed
  • 45-54: 52.0% received a dose / 44.2% completed
  • 55-64: 63.0% received a dose / 54.8% completed
  • 65 years and over: 82.8% received a dose / 78.0% completed

Vaccinations by sex:

  • Female: 48.7% received a dose / 42.9% completed
  • Man: 41.4% received a dose / 35.4% completed

Of the 4,872,575 vaccine doses allocated to Wisconsin, public health officials say vaccinators have administered 4,869,481 since Dec. 13. Vaccination totals in the WBAY viewing area are listed in a table below.

According to state data, the following number of doses were administered by each provider in Wisconsin:

  • Johnson et Johnson – 188 512
  • Modern – 2,064,963
  • Pfizer – 2 615 801

While DHS is still calculating final immunization figures for the week of May 9, the state is currently on track to have fewer than 200,000 doses administered for the second week in a row. State records show that has not happened since the weeks of January 10 and 17, when 87,387 and 107,607 doses were administered respectively.

Cases and deaths – these figures are as of Saturday and will be updated as soon as possible. DHS reports a delay in updating their numbers due to a technical issue for a second day. The delay also affects the county case and death updates.

As of Saturday, more than 3.5 million people in Wisconsin have been tested at least once for the COVID-19 virus since February 5, 2020. The state reported that 4,308 test results returned from people who did not. had never tested or had never tested positive before, and 550 came back positive in 63 counties.

The state’s COVID-19 death toll increased by four on Saturday to a total of 6,958, or 1.15% of all cases. These deaths have been reported in three counties – Dodge, Racine and Waukesha. County case and death totals are updated later in this article. The seven-day average of deaths in Wisconsin returned to single digits (8) after four consecutive double-digit days.

Meanwhile, the 7-day case average rose on Saturday after dropping daily for the past 13 days. The average fell from 444 to 448 on Saturday. DHS reports that the positivity rate – the percentage of all tests coming back positive, including those tested multiple times – is 19.4% on Friday.

Hospitals in Wisconsin reported that another 65 patients with COVID-19 had been admitted since Friday morning, the same increase as the day before. Five percent of all coronavirus cases have resulted in hospitalization. The state averages 59 hospital admissions per day.

The percentage of cases still active – that is, diagnosed in the past 30 days and not medically resolved – remained stable as of Friday at 1.2% of all cases. This does not include the so-called “long haul” who are considered cured, but who may experience lingering effects from their infection, such as fatigue or “brain fog”.

As of February 5, 2020, DHS reports that 3,508,069 people have been tested in Wisconsin at least once for the coronavirus. Among these:

  • 605,926 have tested positive for the COVID-19 virus
  • 30,189 were hospitalized (5.0%)
  • 6,958 deceased (1.15%)
  • 591,262 are considered recovered (97.6%)
  • 7440 are active cases (1.2%)

SUNDAY COUNTY VACCINATION TOTALS

County (population + health region) Received at least 1 dose (% of pop.) Done (% pop.)
Brown (264,542) (NE) 118 345 (44,7%) 106 600 (40,3%)
Calumet (50089) (FV) 20 267 (40,5%) 17 777 (35,5%)
Dodge (87839) 31 860 (36,3%) 28 176 (32,1%)
By (27,668) (NE) 16 933 (61,2%) 15 584 (56,3%)
Fond du Lac (103,403) (SE) 39 897 (38,6%) 35 499 (34,3%)
Forest (9,004) 3 548 (39,4%) 3 304 (36,7%)
Florence (4,295) (NE) 1 748 (40,7%) 1 621 (37,7%)
Lac Vert (18913) (FV) 7 493 (39,6%) 6 765 (35,8%)
Kewaunee (20434) (NE) 7 786 (38,1%) 7 212 (35,3%)
Manitowoc (78 981) (NE) 34059 (43,1%) 30 818 (39,0%)
Marinette (40,350) (NE) 15 333 (38,0%) 13 742 (34,1%)
Menominee (4556) (FV) 2 063 (45,3%) 1 893 (41,5%)
Oconto (37 930) (NE) 14586 (38,5%) 13 411 (35,4%)
Outagamie (187 885) (FV) 82 462 (43,9%) 71 101 (37,8%)
Shawano (40 899) (FV) 13578 (33,2%) 12 185 (29,8%)
Sheboygan (115,340) (SE) 50 491 (43,8%) 44 528 (38,6%)
Waupaca (50 990) (FV) 19 407 (38,1%) 17094 (33,5%)
Waushara (24 443) (FV) 7 742 (31,7%) 7071 (28,9%)
Winnebago (171 907) (FV) 72 951 (42,4%) 64 221 (37,4%)
NORTHEAST REGION (474200) (NE) 208 790 (44,0%) 188 988 (39,9%)
FOX VALLEY AREA (549682) (FV) 225 963 (41,1%) 198 107 (36,0%)
WISCONSIN (5 822 434) 2 639 668 (45,3%) 2 294 673 (39,4%)

Public health officials promote Website of the CDC’s Vaccine Finder to make it easier to find and schedule appointments near you.

CLICK HERE for the First Alert Vaccine Team’s guide to immunization clinics and vaccinators, including phone numbers and websites to make appointments and information on free rides to appointments.

CLICK HERE to track vaccine data in Wisconsin

PREPARATION IN HOSPITAL

The Wisconsin Hospital Association reported Sunday that there are 323 patients in the state’s 136 hospitals, including 75 in intensive care. That’s two fewer patients in hospitals overall compared to Saturday, and nine fewer in ICUs. In addition, Sunday’s intensive care patient count is the lowest reported by the WHA since April 14, when there were 71. The state reports new admissions every day, but the daily figures from the WHA take into account hospital discharges and deaths.

Fox Valley hospitals were treating eight patients with COVID-19, two more than reported on Saturday. For the seventh day in a row, the WHA reports that Valley hospitals have no COVID-19 patients in ICUs.

Hospitals in the Northeast region were treating 32 patients with COVID-19, including six in ICUs. He is one less patient in intensive care since Saturday and two fewer patients overall.

For hospital readiness, the WHA reports that 287 intensive care beds (21.11% of state intensive care beds) and 2,201 of all beds (19.69%) – ICU, intermediate care , medical surgery, and negative flow isolation – are available in the state. hospitals.

Fox Valley’s 13 hospitals have 10 open intensive care beds (9.61%) among them and a total of 102 beds available (11.95%). However, the region only has one available intermediate care bed out of a total of 29.

The 10 hospitals in the North East region have 32 open intensive care beds (15.45%) and 204 beds of all types (21.33%) available.

These beds are for all patients, not just COVID-19. Although we use terms like “available” or “open,” a hospital bed can only be occupied if there are enough staff to care for the patient, including doctors, nurses, and food services.

SUNDAY COUNTY CASE AND DEATH TOTALS WILL BE UPDATED AFTER DHS RESOLVES A TECHNICAL ISSUE. (counties with new cases or deaths are shown in bold) *

Wisconsin

Upper Michigan Peninsula **

  • Algiers – 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 daily DHS COVID-19 reports, which may differ from local health department numbers. DHS reports cases from all health departments within a county, including tribal, city, and county health departments; county websites cannot. Additionally, public health departments update their data at different times, while DHS freezes the numbers it receives at the same time each day to compile the afternoon report.

** The Michigan Department of Health does not publish reports on Sundays.

COVID-19 TRACKING APPLICATION

Wisconsin’s COVID-19 tracking application, “Wisconsin Exposure Notification,” is available for iOS and Android smartphones. No downloads are required for iPhones. The Android app is available on Google Play. When two phones with the app (and probably their owners) are close enough, for long enough, they will anonymously share a random string of numbers over Bluetooth. If someone tests positive for the coronavirus, they will be given a code to type into the app. If your phones have ‘gone nuts’ in the past 14 days, you will receive a push notification that says you are at risk of exposure. The app does not collect personal information or location information, so you will not know from whom or where, but you will be notified of when the exposure may have occurred so that you can quarantine yourself for a while. the appropriate duration.

SYMPTOMS

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has identified these symptoms as possible symptoms of COVID-19:

  • Fever of 100.4 or more
  • Cough
  • Shortness of breath
  • Chills
  • Repeated shaking with chills
  • Muscle pain
  • Headache
  • Sore throat
  • New loss of taste or smell

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