MADISON, WIS – The positive percentage of new COVID-19 tests continues to decline in Wisconsin, according to the latest data from the state Department of Health.
The seven-day average percentage positive on tests has dropped to 3.1% from Monday afternoon, a percentage that was 7.9% a month ago.
DHS officials said more than 976,000 doses of the COVID-19 vaccine have been administered, while 240,907 have received both doses of the shot.
The state has reached a lifetime of a total of 555,708 confirmed cases with 405 new cases registered on the last day. Monday’s count is below previous day’s amount and the seven-day rolling average of 762. Less than 2% of cases are active.
Health officials said a further four people have died from coronavirus complications, bringing the state death toll to 6,166. Another 38 people have been hospitalized between Sunday and Monday. With 10,767 hospital beds nationwide, 22% of beds are available for new patients.
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