Vaccinations increase, new COVID-19 cases near zero

Vaccinations keep rising, and cases keep falling, across the area this week.

28 percent of Sauk County residents have received one dose of a vaccine. 17 percent have completed their round.

At the same time, case counts are in the low single digits. Sauk City saw two new cases, Prairie du Sac minus one due to an adjustment, and the county as a whole had 30 new cases in one week. The area defined by the Sauk Prairie School District had a one week increase of only 11, its lowest in weeks.

In Dane County, nearly one third one people--30 percent--have had one dose of the vaccine. 19 percent have had both doses. Locally, Mazomanie had no new cases, as well as Black Earth. In the area defined by the Wisconsin Heights School District, there was one new case over the past week.

 

Data and methodology

 

All data comes from the State of Wisconsin Department of Health. Population figures for municipalities come from the United States Census Bureau.

Data is collected by the Star News on Mondays.

Data is reported on a seven day cycle.

School data is collected from the Wisconsin Heights School District and Sauk Prairie School District each Thursday.

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