As of Wednesday, about 34% of Wisconsin residents — roughly 1,987,677 individuals — have acquired at the very least one dose, whereas about 21%, or some 1.2 million residents, have accomplished their vaccine collection.
Health officers administered greater than 49,000 doses on Tuesday alone. Wisconsin has a 7-day common of 49,498 doses administered, per state well being estimates.
The information comes after one well being official stated final month that the Badger State may see coronavirus herd immunity by July amid the vaccination efforts there.
Julie Willems Van Dijk, the deputy state well being secretary in Wisconsin, stated in March that the state ought to have sufficient COVID-19 vaccine by the tip of June to vaccinate some 80% of residents age 16 and older. If this happens, the state may obtain herd immunity by July, she stated on the time.
Vaccine eligibility expanded within the state final month as effectively, with these ages 16 to 64 with sure underlying medical circumstances now in a position to get the vaccine. However, state well being officers, consistent with a directive from President Joe Biden, anticipate to make all residents ages 16 and older eligible by May 1, regardless if they’ve an underlying well being situation or not.