(WAOW) — Wisconsin is continuing to surpass milestones in the process of vaccinating residents against COVID-19.
According to the Wisconsin Department of Health Services (DHS), over 2 million residents have gotten at least one dose of a COVID-19 vaccine.
This equates to 35% of the state's residents with at least one vaccine, nearly 22% have completed the series.
Now, nearly 80% of those 65 and older have gotten at least one vaccination. Over 66% of that population have completed the series.
Overall, the state has administered 3,286,594 vaccine doses to individuals in the state, resident or not.
The North Central Wisconsin region is still behind the state's other regions in terms of vaccinating it's residents. According to DHS, 31.2% of residents in the region have gotten at least one shot and 19.4% have completed the series.
The other regions have vaccinated 32%-39% of their populations.