Wisconsin: No COVID-19 deaths added for 2nd day in a row - WBAY
Feb 22, 2021 1 min, 39 secs
(WBAY) – On Monday, Wisconsin didn’t add any deaths to the COVID-19 death toll and reported fewer than 500 new coronavirus cases for a second day in a row.

passed 500,000 deaths from COVID-19 Monday afternoon, according to the Johns Hopkins University COVID-19 tracker (also see this related story).

Thirty-two more people were hospitalized for COVID-19 in the last 24-hour period, the second-lowest figure in 58 days.

Wisconsin is nearing 14% of its population getting at least one shot of a COVID-19 vaccine, which is 807,981 people.

State figures show 111,884 people completed vaccinations over the past 7 days, compared to 4,666 people testing positive for the coronavirus and 435 being hospitalized in the same period.

Action 2 News put together a guide of vaccination clinics and health agencies distributing the COVID-19 vaccine to people age 65 and older.

The DHS reports 8,629 people diagnosed with the coronavirus are still considered active cases, identified or showing symptoms in the past 30 days.

To date, 25,775 people have been hospitalized for COVID-19 treatment, which is 4.6% of all known cases.

Taking deaths and discharges into account, there were 346 people in Wisconsin hospitals for COVID-19 Monday, including 95 in intensive care, according to the Wisconsin Hospital Association (WHA).

There have been fewer than 400 COVID-19 patients in hospitals for each of the last 6 days, and fewer than 100 in ICU for four straight days.

The Fox Valley region’s 13 hospitals were treating 15 COVID-19 patients, five fewer than Saturday, with 2 in ICU.

The Northeast region’s 10 hospitals treated 35 COVID-19 patients, including 8 in ICU.

These are beds for all patients, not just COVID-19, and because a bed is open or available doesn’t mean a hospital can put a patient in it if there isn’t enough staffing, including doctors, nurses and food services.

* Cases and deaths are from the daily DHS COVID-19 reports, which may differ from local health department numbers.

Most of the people severely affected by the coronavirus have underlying illnesses or conditions, such as diabetes, heart disease or obesity, which raises a person’s risk of dying from COVID-19.

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