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Six in 10 Dane Co. residents complete COVID-19 vaccine series

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Updated: Jun. 9, 2021 at 2:28 PM CDT
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MADISON, Wis. (WMTV) - Six in 10 Dane County residents have completed their COVID-19 vaccine series Wednesday, the Department of Health Services reports.

According to DHS’ COVID-19 dashboard, 60% of Dane County residents have completed their vaccine series and 67.3% have received at least one dose.

Dane County is the first county in the state to reach 60% for its population in terms of completed series. Door County is close, at 59.6%.

So far this week, 29,489 doses have been administered to residents.

Other groups to note:

- Overall in the state, 48.7% of people have received at least their first dose and 43.4% have completed their vaccine series.

- The 12-15 age group in Dane County is three percent points away from surpassing the 18-24 group.

Seven-day rolling average matches daily confirmed case number

The number of COVID-19 cases reported in Wisconsin Wednesday is the same as the seven-day rolling average for new cases.

There were 134 new COVID-19 cases reported in Wisconsin, according to DHS, increasing the seven-day rolling average up to 134.

There have been 611,274 cases reported in the state.

One person has died Wednesday due to COVID-19, DHS confirms.

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