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Global Statistics

All countries
262,504,636
Confirmed
Updated on November 30, 2021 9:03 am
All countries
235,312,851
Recovered
Updated on November 30, 2021 9:03 am
All countries
5,227,126
Deaths
Updated on November 30, 2021 9:03 am

Wisconsin has most brand-new coronavirus cases and hospitalizations in two months

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MADISON, Wis.(WBAY )– State health authorities reported more than 1,000 new coronavirus cases for a 2nd day in a row, which hasn’t took place considering that February 4-5. The state has 1,092 brand-new cases and a 7-day average of 764 new cases daily. New cases were recognized in 63 counties.The state got

5,514 results for people being evaluated for the very first time or screening favorable, and nearly 20%(19.80%) were favorable. The staying 4,422 tests were negative. The positivity rate’s 7-day average for all screening plateaued at 3.8% of all tests after days of rising.It’s in part due to vaccinations that the death rate is holding consistent at 1.14 %even as the number of new cases and hospitalizations recently have actually recently increased, health officials say. The DHS reports 5 more deaths, and COVID-19 ′ s death toll has actually reached 6,672 individuals. The state is averaging 6 COVID-19 deaths every day over the past week. The four counties reporting brand-new deaths were Manitowoc, Milwaukee (2), Trempealeau and Washington.The DHS says 88 more people were hospitalized for COVID-19, the most in a 24-hour duration considering that February 9. The 7-day average jumped from 48 to 53 patients confessed each day for COVID-19 treatment. We’ll get updated figures on current hospitalizations, taking deaths and discharges into account, later Friday afternoon.VACCINATIONS As coronavirus continues to spread out across Wisconsin, record varieties of people are getting immunized versus the disease it causes, COVID-19.

Numbers Friday from the

Wisconsin Department of Health Providers(DHS) show the state set brand-new one-day records and 7-day averages for the doses administered and Wisconsin citizens finishing their vaccinations.Vaccinators have actually administered 3,380,401 total doses considering that December 13. That’s 93,807 more than reported Thursday, raising the 7-day average to a new high of 61,271 shots per day.Now, 2,089,526 state homeowners have

received a minimum of one dosage of a COVID-19 vaccine. That’s 50,856 more than Thursday’s report, the fourth-highest one-day modification in our records. 35.9%of Wisconsin’s locals got at least one

dose.Out of those 2 million-plus, 1,330,471 people finished their vaccination program with two doses of Pfizer or Moderna vaccines or one dose of the Johnson & Johnson vaccine. That’s a record change of 53,993 from the day before. The state is increasing the number

of locals totally immunized against COVID-19 by an average 30,086 individuals each day over the last 7 days, a brand-new high. The DHS says 22.9%of the state &’s population is now totally vaccinated.Vaccinations by portion of age group:16 -17: 10.2%vaccinated/1.5 %completed 18-24: 21.8 %vaccinated/10.3%finished 25-34: 29.7%vaccinated/15.8% completed 35-44: 36.9%vaccinated/19.7 %finished 45-54: 38.7 % vaccinated/20.1%finished 55-64: 49.0 %vaccinated/22.0%completed 65 +: 77.9%vaccinated/67.7%completed We’ll upgrade numbers on vaccination progress by county for Northeast Wisconsin shortly.VARIANTS SPREADING Regardless of the development in vaccinations

  • , health officials are advocating people to continue masking
  • up, wash their hands frequently, and maintain a 6-foot range from anyone who ‘s not in their household due to the fact that the virus that causes COVID-19 is spreading out. DHS authorities say this is particularly crucial
  • as versions of the infection– believed to be more contagious–
  • become more common.Only a small portion of virus cases are genetically examined(9,322 samples), however according to a brand-new DHS site tracking variations(click on this link), in the Northeast health care region, 5.3 %of samples checked turned out to be a California variant(clinically referred to as B. 1.427/ B. 1.429)and 3.8%were the UK version(B. 1.1.7).

    In the Fox Valley region, 2.7%of samples were the UK variant.Wisconsin Deputy Health Secretary Julie Willems Van Dijk stated Thursday, “We know individuals have pandemic fatigue and are prepared to be made with this, however let’s likewise be frank that we do not wish to be done with this with hundreds and hundreds more of our fellow family and friends having lost their lives if we don’t and stop working to keep at it for a bit more time.

    “FRIDAY’S COUNTY VACCINATION AMOUNTS TO County( Population) Received at least 1 dosage(%of pop.)Completed( % of pop.) Brown(264,542)( NE)95,701(36.2%)61,496 (23.2% )Calumet(50,089)( FV )16,232 (32.4% )10,565 (21.1% )Dodge(87,839)24,918 (28.4%)16,568(18.9%)Door (27,668) (NE )14,742(53.3% )9,228 (33.4%)Fond du Lac(103,403) (FV)32,086(31.0 %)23,508 (22.7 %)Forest(9,004)

    3,131(34.8 %)2,420 (26.9% )Florence (4,295 )(NE)1,399( 32.6 %)1,144(26.6%) Green Lake (18,913 )(FV )6,217(32.9%)4,837(25.6% )Kewaunee (20,434 )(NE )6,536 (32.0%)4,624(22.6 %)Manitowoc (78,981) (NE) 28,728 (36.4 %)18,520( 23.4 %)Marinette( 40,350)( NE)12,594(31.2%)8,391(20.8 %)Menominee (4,556 )(FV )1,882 (41.3 %) 1,554(34.1%) Oconto( 37,930) (NE )12,139(32.0%) 8,403(

    22.2%)Outagamie (187,885)(FV )64,170(34.2%)

    40,624 (21.6%) Shawano( 40,899)( FV) 11,342 (27.7 %)
    7,922 (19.4%) Sheboygan

    ( 115,340)40,969 (35.5%)
    24,591 (21.3%) Waupaca (50,990 )
    ( FV) 15,877 (31.1%) 11,165 (21.9%)
    Waushara (24,443)( FV) 6,628 (27.1%)
    4,874 (19.9%) Winnebago

    ( 171,907)( FV)
    57,598 (33.5%) 39,841 (23.2%) NORTHEAST AREA(NE
    ) 171,839 (36.2%) 111,806(23.6%
    )FOX VALLEY AREA (FV) 179,946(32.7% )
    121,382 (22.1%) WISCONSIN

    ( 5,822,434)2,089,526 (35.9%)
    1,330,471 (22.9%) CLICK HERE

    for information on the present COVID-19 vaccine
    eligibility requirements CLICK ON THIS LINK to track vaccine data in Wisconsin CLICK HERE for

    the First Alert Vaccine Team’s guide to vaccine centers and vaccinators, consisting of
    telephone number and sites to make appointments and information on totally free rides to appointments.HOSPITAL PREPAREDNESS We reported previously in the post that 88 people were hospitalized in the past 24-hour duration, but the Wisconsin Medical Facility Association (WHA)
    reports there’s just a net boost of 4 more patients than
    Thursday after taking discharges and deaths into account

    . The
    WHA says 290 individuals are currently hospitalized for COVID-19 care, including 74 in ICU. That’s six less ICU patients than Thursday.The WHA states the Fox Valley area’s 13 hospitals are treating 20 COVID-19 patients– one less than Thursday — and 7 of them are in ICU, which is one more compared to Thursday.The 10

    Northeast health centers are dealing with 24

    COVID-19 patients, the exact same

    as Thursday, with
    3 in ICU, which is one less ICU

    patient than the day before.For health center preparedness

    , the WHA reports the state’s 136 health centers have a total 235 ICU beds open, which is

    16.0% of the state’s ICU beds. There are a total 1,919 healthcare facility beds offered– ICU, intermediate care, medical surgical and negative-flow isolation– which is 17.2%of the state’s supply.Fox Valley region healthcare facilities have a total 17 ICU beds open (16.6%) and 105 of all healthcare facility bed types(12.3 %). Northeast region healthcare facilities have 32 ICU beds(15.5%)and 231 of all bed types(24.2 %)available.These beds are for all patients, not simply COVID-19

    . We utilize terms like”available “and”open,”however a hospital can only put a client in a bed if it has the personnel to take care of them, including physicians, nurses and food services.FRIDAY’S COUNTY CASE AND DEATH OVERALLS(counties with brand-new cases or deaths are suggested in strong)* Wisconsin Adams– 1,658 cases(+6 )(10 deaths)Ashland– 1,216 cases(+3 )(16 deaths)Barron– 5,589 cases(+17)(76 deaths) Bayfield -1,115 cases(+1) (19 deaths)Brown– 30,920 cases(+38 )(233 deaths )Buffalo– 1,330 cases(7 deaths )Burnett– 1,259 cases( +3)(21 deaths )Calumet– 5,655(+12)(46 deaths)Chippewa– 7,218 cases(+9 )(94 deaths) Clark– 3,181 cases( +3)( 58 deaths )Columbia– 5,240 cases (+1)(56 deaths

    )Crawford– 1,684 cases(+2)(17 deaths)Dane– 42,817(+109 )(290 deaths)Dodge– 11,613 cases( +7)( 161 deaths )Door– 2,545 cases(+1 )(21 deaths)Douglas– 3,817 cases(

    +16 )(32 deaths)Dunn– 4,484 cases (+12)(31 deaths)Eau Claire– 11,320 cases( +9 )(105 deaths) Florence-435 cases (12 deaths )Fond du Lac– 12,148 cases (+11) (105 deaths) Forest -941 cases (23 deaths)Grant– 4,788 cases(+11)(84 deaths )Green– 3,407 cases(+8 )(17 deaths)Green Lake -1,550 cases (+2)( 19 deaths)Iowa -1,969 cases

    (+4 )(10 deaths)Iron-570 cases (21 deaths)Jackson-2,589 cases (+3) (26 deaths )Jefferson– 8,150 cases (+12)(

    106 deaths )Juneau -3,048 cases(+2 )( 21 deaths)Kenosha– 15,114 cases (+15) (304 deaths

    )Kewaunee– 2,311 cases( +1)(26 deaths) La Crosse– 12,504 cases (+9)( 80 deaths)Lafayette-1,517 cases (+3) (7 deaths )Langlade -1,952 cases(+1 )( 32 deaths )Lincoln– 2,983 cases(+5 )(60 deaths )Manitowoc– 7,388 cases(+4 )(69 deaths)(+1)Marathon– 14,075 cases (+43)(184 deaths)Marinette-4,021 cases(+3) (65 deaths )Marquette– 1,346 cases (+1 )(21 deaths )Menominee -792 cases (

    11 deaths)

    • Milwaukee– 102,009 (+196 )
    • (1,268 deaths )( +2) Monroe– 4,399 cases
    • (+3)(37 deaths)Oconto– 4,325 cases(+6)
    • (49 deaths) Oneida -3,532 cases(+5)
    • (68 deaths )Outagamie– 20,120 cases(+41)
    • (201 deaths) Ozaukee– 7,956 cases(+16)(83 deaths
    • )Pepin– 823 cases (7 deaths)
    • Pierce– 3,695 cases (+16 ) (35 deaths)
    • Polk– 4,118 cases (+40 ) (43 deaths)
    • Portage– 6,583 cases (+3) (67 deaths)
    • Rate– 1,188 cases (7 deaths)
    • Racine– 20,862 cases (+32) (336 deaths)
    • Richland -1,282 cases (+5)
    • (15 deaths )Rock– 15,038 cases(+53)
    • (166 deaths) Rusk -1,275 cases(+2
    • )(16 deaths) Sauk– 5,573 cases (+11)
    • (45 deaths )Sawyer-1,583 cases (+3)
    • (23 deaths )Shawano– 4,643 cases(+2)
    • (69 deaths) Sheboygan– 13,408 cases(+21)
    • (134 deaths )St. Croix– 7,036 cases(+37)
    • (49 deaths )Taylor-1,838 cases(+7)(24 deaths)
    • Trempealeau– 3,482 cases(+0)
    • (39 deaths )( +1 ) Vernon– 1,887 cases
    • (+3)( 38 deaths)Vilas-2,203 cases (+2)
    • (39 deaths) Walworth– 9,179 cases(+26)(136 deaths)Washburn– 1,375 cases(+5)
    • (18 deaths )Washington– 14,259 cases( +46)
    • (144 deaths )( +1) Waukesha– 42,609 cases(+84)(505 deaths)Waupaca– 4,803 cases (+4 ) (116 deaths)
    • Waushara– 2,129 cases (32 deaths)
    • Winnebago– 17,665 cases (+27) (190 deaths)
    • Wood– 6,799 cases (+9) (77 deaths)
    • Michigan’s Upper Peninsula ** Alger -294 cases(
    • +1)(1 death) Baraga-524 cases(33
    • deaths) Chippewa- 913 cases(+10)
    • (25 deaths )Delta– 2,894 cases (+18) (68 deaths)Dickinson-
    • 2,233 cases (+10) (55 deaths)
    • Gogebic – 982 cases (+5) (22 deaths)
    • Houghton– 2,331 cases (+10) (32 deaths)
    • Iron– 890 cases (+1)
    • (42 deaths )Keweenaw– 128 cases (+3) (1 death)Luce– 149 cases(+1)Mackinac- 343 cases (+6) (3 deaths)
    • Marquette- 3,767 cases (+29) (55 deaths)
    • Menominee -1,673 cases (+5) (39 deaths)
    • Ontonagon– 378 cases (20 deaths)
    • Schoolcraft -272 cases (+3 ) (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 county’s boundaries, including tribal, municipal and county health departments; county websites
    • might not. Likewise, public health departments update their
    • data at numerous times, whereas the DHS freezes
    • the numbers it receives by the very same time every day to compile the afternoonreport. ** The state of Michigan does not upgrade numbers on Sundays. Monday’s numbers include updates considering that Saturday’s reporting deadline.CDC GUIDANCEON GATHERINGS The Centers for Illness Control have actually revealed that totally immunized Americans can gather with other vaccinated individuals indoors
    • without wearing a mask or social distancing.The CDC’s recommendations likewise
    • say vaccinated people can come together in the same method
    • — in a single household– with individuals considered at low-risk for severe disease, such as in the event of immunized grandparents visiting healthy children and grandchildren.The CDC is continuing to suggest that fully vaccinated people still use well-fitted masks, avoid large gatherings, and physically distance
    • themselves from others when out in public. The CDC also
    • recommended vaccinated individuals to get evaluated if they establish
    • symptoms that might be associated with COVID-19. COVID-19 TRACING APP
    • Wisconsin’s COVID-19 tracing app, “Wisconsin Exposure Notice,”isavailable for iOS and Android smart devices. No download is needed for iPhones. The Android app is available on Google Play. When two phones with theapp(and probably their owners) are close enough, for long enough, they’ll anonymously share a random string of numbers

      via Bluetooth. If somebody tests positive for the coronavirus, they’ll receive a code to type into the app. If your phones “pinged “each other in the last 2 week

    • , you’ll receive a push alert that you are at danger of exposure. The app does not gather personal info or
    • area details, so you won’t understand from whom or
    • where, but you will be told what day the direct exposure may have occurred so that you can quarantine for the suitable amount
    • of time.SYMPTOMS The Centers for Illness Control and Avoidance identified these as possible symptoms of COVID-19: Fever of 100.4 or greater Cough Shortness of breath Chills Repetitive shaking with chills Muscle discomfort Headache Sore
    • throat Brand-new loss of taste or odor
    • Copyright 2021 WBAY. All rights scheduled. Published at Fri, 09Apr 2021 19:09:41 +0000
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