MADISON, Wis. – More than 366,000 Wisconsin residents have received both doses of the COVID-19 vaccine, according to the state Department of Health Services.
A total of 1,208,151 doses have been administered in Wisconsin, including 19,277 the day before. Health officials said 14% of Wisconsin residents have received at least one dose, while 6.3% have fully completed the vaccine series as of Tuesday afternoon.
DHS officials plan to open four more community-based vaccination clinics in the state over the next two months.
The seven-day average positive percentage per test has remained at 2.6%, the lowest since March.
Health officials confirmed 566 new cases of the virus on Tuesday, which is below the seven-day moving average of 604. The state has reached a historic total of 560,564 confirmed cases, and 8,526 of those cases are active.
With 33 new deaths reported, the death toll statewide is 6,317. The latest total comes after the state confirmed there were no new deaths for two days in a row.
Another 63 people have been hospitalized between Monday and Tuesday, according to DHS data. Of Wisconsin’s 10,766 hospital beds, 23% are available for new patients.
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