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All countries
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Updated on December 5, 2021 10:31 am

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MADISON, Wis.(WBAY )– Wisconsin will cross an important limit of getting “shots in the arm” of COVID-19 vaccine to 2 million citizens Thursday– if it hasn’t met that milestone currently. The Department of Health Services reports 1,987,677 state citizens have actually received at least one dose of a COVID-19 vaccine That’s less than 13,000 locals shy of the milestone when the state is averaging 32,645 shots per day for people who live in Wisconsin, with its approximated population of almost 6 million people. These numbers might be a day or two behind as vaccinators’ reports are still coming in.According to Wednesday’s DHS report, vaccinators administered 3,195,625 shots of COVID-19 vaccines to citizens and non-residents, such as individuals who live near the state line or work in Wisconsin. That’s an increase of 75,256 dosages given that Tuesday. By our estimations, the state’s 7-day average is 55,310 doses per day.Looking at just Wisconsin residents, 43,623 more individuals got the vaccine because Tuesday’s report.A total 1,227,807 state locals have finished their vaccination regimen, either getting two dosages of the Pfizer or Moderna vaccines or the one-dose Johnson & Johnson vaccine. That’s 42,329 more people considering that Tuesday, with the state balancing 25,238 individuals finishing their vaccinations every day for the previous 7 days.This positive news comes at a time when Wisconsin and the nation are seeing another increase in the spread of the coronavirus and health officials are asking individuals to keep their guard up. The 7-day average of brand-new cases reached 657 a day by our calculations

Wednesday after the state reported 727 new favorable tests. While not close the rates we saw in January, it’s the eighth time in 10 days the everyday cases were over 500 after hitting months-long lows early last month. The new cases were spread throughout 63 counties.The 7-day average for the positivity rate increased again and is now at 3.7 %, up from 3.5%on Tuesday. The state is evaluating the spread of the COVID-19 infection by the positivity rate looking at all tests, consisting of individuals evaluated numerous times.Wisconsin now has 581,797 verified cases of the coronavirus considering that the pandemic started. Active cases represent 1.3 %of all coronavirus cases considering that February 5, 2020. There are 7,715 people in the state who were diagnosed in the past 30 days. The portion of recuperated cases fell from 97.6%to 97.5 %, or 567,185 individuals. The death rate is holding steady at 1.14%after falling from 1.15%over the weekend; this is due in part to brand-new cases

outmatching deadly ones.The DHS reported 5 more deaths, bringing the toll to 6,653. The deaths remained in Jefferson, Kenosha, Kewaunee, Milwaukee and Washington counties.County case and death totals appear later on in this article.Since December 13, 2020, more than 1 in 3 people in Wisconsin (34.1%)received a minimum of one dose of a COVID-19 vaccine, and more than 1 in 5(21.1%) are completely vaccinated, consisting of 65.2% of senior grownups, which is probably helping to keep the death count low.Vaccinations by portion of age group:16 -17: 7.9 %vaccinated/1.2

%finished 18-24: 19.6%vaccinated/8.7%finished 25-34: 27.5%vaccinated/14.2%completed 35-44: 34.4%vaccinated/17.5%completed 45-54: 36.1%vaccinated/17.8

%finished 55-64: 45.9 %vaccinated/19.2%finished 65 +: 77.1%vaccinated/65.2%finished CLICK ON THIS LINK for information on the brand-new eligibility requirements CLICK HERE to track vaccine data in Wisconsin CLICK HERE for the First Alert Vaccine Team’s guide to vaccine clinics and vaccinators, consisting of contact number and websites to make visits and information on free rides to appointments.WEDNESDAY’S COUNTY VACCINATION NUMBERS County(Population)Received at least 1 dosage(%of pop.)Completed (%of pop.)Brown(264,542)(NE)91,179 (34.5%)55,892(21.1%)Calumet(50,089)(FV)15,326 (30.6% )9,524(19.0%)Dodge(87,839)23,797(27.1% )15,435(17.6% )Door(27,668)(NE

  • )13,737 (49.6% )8,311(30.0%)Fond du Lac(103,403)(FV)31,204(30.2% )21,975(21.3% )Forest(9,004)2,938(32.6%)2,257 (25.1% )Florence
  • (4,295 )(NE) 1,277(29.7% )1,054(24.5%)Green Lake(18,913)(FV)5,868(31.0% )4,429(23.4% )Kewaunee
  • (20,434)(NE )6,195(30.3 %) 4,210(20.6%)Manitowoc(78,981)(NE

    )27,446(34.8% )16,771(21.2% )Marinette(40,350

    )(NE) 11,958(29.6 %)7,950 (19.7 %)Menominee(4,556)(FV )1,855 (40.7%)1,434(31.5% )Oconto(37,930)( NE)11,562 (30.5 %)7,658 (20.2%)Outagamie (187,885)(FV)60,860(32.4%)36,948( 19.7%)Shawano (40,899)(FV)11,018(26.9 %)7,294(17.8 %)Sheboygan (115,340)38,935(33.8%)21,772 (18.9% )Waupaca(50,990)(FV

    )15,111 (29.6%) 10,593(20.8%) Waushara (24,443)
    ( FV) 6,401 (26.2%) 4,604 (18.8%)
    Winnebago (171,907)

    ( FV) 54,871 (31.9%)
    36,511 (21.2%) NORTHEAST REGION (NE)
    163,354 (34.4%)101,846 (21.5%) FOX VALLEY REGION(FV
    )171,310 (31.2%) 111,337 (20.3%) WISCONSIN(5,822,434
    ) 1,987,677(34.1%)1,227,807 (21.1%)
    HEALTHCARE FACILITY PREPAREDNESS After days of hospitalizations above average, the DHS
    reported 25 individuals were hospitalized for COVID-19 in the past 24 hr, down dramatically from the 7-day average of 42 hospitalizations per day.After discharges and deaths, the Wisconsin Hospital Association (WHA) reports 268 COVID-19 clients are presently hospitalized
    Wednesday, with 65 in ICU. That’s 10

    fewer in ICU and 7 less patients in general, bringing us down

    from Tuesday’s hospitalization numbers which

    were the greatest in simply over a month.The WHA states Fox Valley area hospitals
    are dealing with 22 clients, two less than Tuesday. Four of them are

    in ICU, which is unchanged.Northeast health centers likewise have 22 COVID-19 clients. Three are
    in intensive care. That’s one less in ICU and one less client overall than the day before.For medical facility preparedness, the WHA reports 239 ICU beds vacant, which is 16.3
    %of the ICU beds in the state. The

    136 hospitals have an overall 1,773 open healthcare facility
    beds– ICU, intermediate care, medical surgical and negative-flow isolation(15.9%).

    These beds are for all patients, not simply COVID-19. The

    Fox Valley region
    ‘s 13 medical facilities have 7 ICU beds open among them(6.7%)and 78of all health center bed types(9.1%). The Northeast region’s 10 health centers have 35 ICU beds (16.9%) and 220 of all bed types(23.0%)

    available.We usage terms like”readily available”and” empty,”but a healthcare facility can only put a patient in a bed if it has the personnel to look after them, including doctors, nurses and food services.WEDNESDAY’S COUNTY CASE AND DEATH TOTALS(counties with new cases or deaths are suggested in strong)*

    Wisconsin Adams– 1,649 cases( +3) (10 deaths )Ashland– 1,209 cases (16 deaths)Barron– 5,569 cases(+13)(76 deaths)Bayfield-1,099 cases (+4)(19 deaths)Brown– 30,845 cases (+14)(233 deaths )Buffalo– 1,330 cases (7 deaths )Burnett– 1,252 cases (+6)(21 deaths)Calumet– 5,636(+6)( 46 deaths)Chippewa– 7,204 cases( +7)( 94 deaths

    )Clark– 3,176 cases(+3)( 58 deaths)Columbia– 5,225 cases (+11)(56 deaths)Crawford– 1,680 cases( +3)( 17 deaths)Dane– 42,570(+55) (289 deaths

    )Dodge– 11,596 cases (+10 )(161 deaths)Door– 2,539 cases(+5 )(21 deaths)Douglas– 3,791 cases (+8 )(30 deaths )Dunn– 4,460 cases(+18)(31 deaths) Eau Claire– 11,306 cases(+10)(105 deaths)Florence-434 cases( +2)(12 deaths)Fond du Lac– 12,129 cases(+11)( 105 deaths)Forest -938 cases (23 deaths )Grant– 4,764 cases( +7)(84 deaths) Green– 3,391 cases (+4)( 17 deaths)Green Lake -1,548 cases(19 deaths )Iowa -1,961 cases(+1)( 10 deaths)Iron-570 cases (21 deaths )Jackson-2,583 cases(+3 )(26 deaths )Jefferson– 8,126 cases

    (+11 )(106 deaths )(+1)Juneau -3,043 cases(+2) (21 deaths)Kenosha– 15,080 cases (+14 )( 304 deaths)(+1)Kewaunee– 2,308 cases(+1

    )(25 deaths)(+1 )La Crosse– 12,487 cases(+5 )( 80 deaths)Lafayette -1,513 cases (+2) (7 deaths)Langlade -1,948 cases (+1)(32 deaths)Lincoln– 2,962 cases(+5) (60 deaths)Manitowoc– 7,374 cases(+3 )(68 deaths)Marathon– 13,998 cases(+17 )( 184 deaths )Marinette -4,016 cases(+3 )(65 deaths )Marquette– 1,342 cases(+4 )(21 deaths)Menominee-790 cases(11 deaths)Milwaukee– 101,620(+79)(1,265 deaths)(+1) Monroe– 4,391 cases(+3)(36 deaths) Oconto– 4,319 cases( +2) (49 deaths) Oneida- 3,524 cases( +6)(68 deaths)Outagamie– 20,039 cases(+13)(

    • 200 deaths )Ozaukee– 7,930 cases(+14)
    • (82 deaths)Pepin– 822 cases( cases revised -1
    • by state )( 7 deaths)
    • Pierce– 3,673 cases (+10) (35 deaths)
    • Polk– 4,068 cases (+13) (43 deaths)
    • Portage– 6,576 cases (+10)
    • (67 deaths)Price– 1,188 cases(+3)
    • (7 deaths ) Racine– 20,806 cases(+18
    • )(336 deaths) Richland-1,276 cases (+1)
    • (15 deaths )Rock– 14,948 cases (+36)
    • (165 deaths)Rusk-1,273 cases(+1)
    • (16 deaths )Sauk– 5,543 cases(+21)
    • (44 deaths) Sawyer-1,578
    • cases (23 deaths) Shawano– 4,634 cases
    • (69 deaths )Sheboygan– 13,356 cases(+20)
    • (134 deaths) St. Croix– 6,970 cases(+23)
    • (49 deaths )Taylor-1,831 cases (+5)
    • (24 deaths )Trempealeau– 3,481 cases (+6)
    • (38 deaths) Vernon– 1,882 cases (+1)
    • (38 deaths)Vilas -2,198 cases (+1) (39 deaths)
    • Walworth– 9,128 cases( +24)
    • (136 deaths )Washburn– 1,367 cases(+3)
    • (18 deaths )Washington– 14,191 cases( +35)
    • (142 deaths) (+1)
    • Waukesha– 42,447 cases(+84)
    • (503 deaths )Waupaca– 4,792 cases(+1)
    • (116 deaths )Waushara– 2,125 cases (+3)
    • (31 deaths )Winnebago– 17,602 cases (+16) (190 deaths)Wood– 6,778 cases(+4)(77 deaths )Michigan’s Upper Peninsula ** Alger
    • -293 cases (+1) (1 death
    • )Baraga- 521 cases (+1) (33 deaths) Chippewa-898 cases
    • (+3 )(25 deaths )Delta– 2,852 cases (+8)
    • (68 deaths) Dickinson-2,214 cases(55 deaths)
    • Gogebic – 975 cases (+1) (22 deaths)
    • Houghton– 2,316 cases (+8) (32 deaths)
    • Iron– 888 cases (+2) (42 deaths)
    • Keweenaw– 125 cases (1 death)
    • Luce– 147 cases Mackinac-332 cases(+5)
    • (3 deaths) Marquette-3,710 cases(+21)(55 deaths)Menominee -1,664 cases(+1)
    • (39 deaths )Ontonagon– 378 cases(+1) (20 deaths)Schoolcraft-269 cases(+1)(4 deaths) * Cases and deaths are
    • from the everyday DHS COVID-19 reports, which might differ
    • from local health department numbers. The DHS reports cases from allhealth departments within a county’s borders, consisting of tribal, community andcounty health departments; county sites might not.
    • Likewise, public health departments update their data at different times, whereas the DHS freezes the numbers it receives by the exact same time every day to
    • assemble the afternoon report. ** The state of
    • Michigan does not upgrade numbers on Sundays. Monday’s numbers include updates given that Saturday’s reporting deadline.CDC GUIDANCE ON GATHERINGS
    • The Centers for Disease Control have announced that fully vaccinatedAmericans can gather with other vaccinated individuals indoors without wearing a mask or social distancing.The CDC’s recommendations also say immunized individuals
    • can come together in the same way– in a single household–with people considered at low-risk for extreme illness, such as in
    • the case of immunized grandparents visiting healthy kids and grandchildren.The CDC is continuing to suggest that fully vaccinated individuals still use well-fitted masks, prevent big gatherings, and
    • physically distance themselves from others when out in public. The CDC likewise recommendedimmunized people to get evaluated if they establish symptoms that could be connected to COVID-19. COVID-19 TRACING APP Wisconsin’s COVID-19 tracing app,”Wisconsin Direct Exposure Alert,”is available for iOS and Android smartphones. No download is needed for iPhones. The Android app is available on
    • Google Play. When 2 phones with the app( and presumably their owners)are close enough, for long enough, they’ll anonymously
    • share a random string of numbers by means of Bluetooth. If somebody tests favorable for the coronavirus, they’ll get a code
    • to type into the app. If your phones “pinged”each
    • other in the last 14 days, you’ll get a push
    • notice that you are at risk of exposure. The app does
    • n’t gather individual info or place details, so you won’t know from whom or where, but you will be told what day the exposure may have occurred so that you can quarantine for the appropriate amount of time.SYMPTOMS TheCenters for Illness Control and Prevention determined
    • these as possible signs of COVID-19: Fever
    • of 100.4 or greater Cough Shortness of breath Chills Repeated shakingwith chills Muscle discomfort Headache Aching throat Brand-new loss of taste or odor Copyright 2021 WBAY. All rights reserved. Released at Wed, 07 Apr 2021 19:09:39 +0000

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