Wisconsin’s coronavirus cases are at their lowest point since last summer.
The state’s Department of Health Services yesterday said there are just over six-thousand active cases. That means someone who has tested positive has not yet reached the two-week quarantine mark. DHS says more than 557-thousand people have fully recovered after testing positive over the past year. That’s nearly 98-percent of everyone who’s ever tested positive in the state. CLICK HERE FOR MORE FROM WI DHS.
However, that might not be the whole story. Wisconsin’s coronavirus numbers will likely change.
The state’s Department of Health Services yesterday said they are ‘woefully’ behind on cleaning-up the state’s coronavirus data. Deputy secretary Julie Willems Van Dijk says that clean-up will change how many cases have been reported. DHS is not saying just how the numbers will change, or when the data clean-up will be complete.
When it comes to the vaccination efforts, Wisconsin’s governor is getting a first-hand look at the state’s vaccination efforts.
Governor Evers toured the newly opened vaccine hub at Lambeau Field yesterday. Local health managers hope to vaccinate as many as six-thousand people per-week. The governor says the state is quickly ramping-up its vaccine capacity. The state’s Department of Health Services yesterday said more than two-million doses have been handed-out so far.