Wisconsin Passes Six-Million COVID Vaccine Doses Administered

(Wisconsin) Wisconsin has eclipsed six-million COVID vaccine doses administered Monday. Three-point-three-million (3.3-million) doses were the Pfizer vaccine, 2.4-million were the Moderna, and 250-thousand were the Johnson and Johnson vaccine. The Department of Health Services says 53-percent of eligible people in Wisconsin have had at least one dose of the COVID vaccine while 50.7-percent have had both. In Dodge County, those percentages are 43.6 and 40.9 respectively. The county saw a jump of 76 cases since last Thursday with 224 active community cases. The death count stands at 202 with the last COVID related death reported earlier this month.

 

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