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DHS preliminary report: over 26,000 individuals completed COVID-19 vaccine series

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(WAOW) — The Wisconsin Department of Health Services (DHS) has added a new data point to it's vaccine data page.

The state is now over month into giving COVID-19 vaccinations to group 1A.

The COVID-19 vaccine is given in two rounds that are 21 or 28 days apart, depending on if it's the Pfizer or Moderna vaccine.

This means that some individuals in the state have gotten both vaccinations at this point.

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So, DHS has added a new graph that keeps track of those who have completed the series

According to preliminary data, 26,708 have completed the series as of January 13.

The last four days are preliminary (January 10-13), which is in line with preliminary administration data and are still subject to change.

This data will be updated daily, along with administration data. Every Tuesday, DHS updates allocation and shipment data.

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