More people in Wisconsin are getting their second dose of the coronavirus.
The state’s Department of Health Services yesterday said nearly 350-thousand people in the state have now been fully vaccinated. That’s up nearly 100-thousand from last week. A full six-percent of people in the state have now gotten two doses. Another 806-thousand people have gotten just one.
You have to go back to the week of Thanksgiving for the last time Wisconsin didn’t report any coronavirus deaths.
The state’s Department of Health Services yesterday didn’t report a single death linked to the virus. The latest coronavirus snapshot shows just 403 new positives, and a seven-day positivity rate of under three-percent. Since March of last year, 544-thousand people have tested positive for the virus. DHS says more than 97-percent of them have been declared fully recovered. EASY CLICK TO WI DHS HERE.