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Daily totals reach winter levels in Wisconsin

The state of Wisconsin announced daily COVID19 totals that hadn't been matched since winter on Tuesday. The Wisconsin Department of Public Health announced 21 confirmed virus deaths, which was the most since February. The 2,000 new cases was the highest since January. 


The current seven-day average for cases in Wisconsin is 1369 and deaths is at eight. In Wisconsin, twelve counties are at very high disease activity level and sixty counties are in high activity level. Door County is in the high category and Kewaunee County is in the very high category. 


In Wisconsin, 54% of residents have at least one vaccine dose and 50.8% of residents are fully vaccinated. In Door County, 68.9% of residents have at least one dose and 66.1% have completed the series. In Kewaunee County, 44% of residents have one or both vaccine doses and 41.6% have been fully vaccinated. Many Wisconsin residents have responded to rising COVID19 numbers by getting their vaccinations, as 56,020 Wisconsin residents received a shot last week. That was the highest total since mid-June.

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