WISCONSIN (WAOW) — In a week, an additional 2% of Wisconsin's population eligible for the COVID-19 vaccine have completed the two-dose series.
Last week, the Wisconsin Department of Health Services reported that 4.3% of Wisconsinites were fully vaccinated; this week it's up to 6.3%, or 366,096 people.
14% of the state's eligible population has gotten at least one dose of the vaccine. This is about 815,516 individuals.
In North Central Wisconsin, 60,939 or 13% of residents have gotten at least one dose of the vaccine. Of those, 24,933 or 5.3% have completed the series.
In the last week, 211,560 vaccine doses were administered throughout the state for a total of 1,208,151 doses since rollout began mid-December.
The state's allocation of vaccine from the federal government increases by 215,575, for a total of 1,625,875 doses.
Of that total allocation, 253,600 doses of the Moderna vaccine are reserved as part of the federal Pharmacy Partnership Program (this allocation reflects first and second doses).
The state says 1,267,105 of those doses have been ordered, 208,380 are in transit to vaccinators.