Wisconsin health officials have announced 95% of the state’s COVID-19-related deaths since March have occurred in individuals who were not fully vaccinated.
A spokesman for the Wisconsin Department of Health told Fox News that 21 deaths from the virus were reported in people who had been fully vaccinated. “We have died from COVID-19. 433 – 21 = 412 confirmed cases and deaths are likely from unvaccinated patients, so 95% of deaths during this period were in the unvaccinated group.” A spokesman for Elizabeth Goodsit wrote in an email.
The news came as Wisconsin this week reached more than half of those eligible for at least one dose.
The CDC reports 4,115 breakthrough cases of COVID-19 related to hospitalizations or deaths.
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Cases of spreading or infection with COVID-19 occurring two weeks after the second dose are rare, Goodsitt said as of June 24, only 1% (1,572) of the cases were probable. Yes, and all confirmed since January meeting the progressive definition.
“As you know The science is clear; Vaccines work in the real world. they save lives and if you are fully vaccinated You will be protected All three vaccines have been tested and proven to be safe and effective. View information on COVID-19 Then you can see that the number of patients hospitalization and decreased mortality since the vaccine was approved And we started receiving bullets,” the emailed statement said.
Latest information on state reports of COVID-19 cases New confirmed cases averaged 7 days at 72 daily, the lowest since March 2020. Seven-day average of deaths reported 0 deaths per day. As of June 27, Wisconsin has had more than 5.57 million vaccines. dose, and 46.7% of the total population received the full vaccination kit.