Wisconsin hit six month high for COVID-19 cases
Eau Claire, Chippewa and Pepin counties are now at a high level of community transmission.
WISCONSIN (WKBT) – 1,391 new COVID-19 cases were reported Tuesday in Wisconsin.
That is the highest one day case total in six months.
There is one new death.
3,550 vaccine doses were given across the state.
“At the end of the day, this is solvable folks. We can solve it by getting shots and that’s important,” said Wisconsin Governor Tony Evers.
There are 310 people hospitalized right now for COVID-19 in Wisconsin.
Eau Claire and Chippewa counties are now at a high level of community transmission.
And the CDC now lists La Crosse and Vernon counties as having substantial levels of spread.
Pepin County continues to be listed at high levels of spread but Buffalo County fell from high to substantial.
The CDC says even fully vaccinated people should wear a mask in public indoor settings in areas of high or substantial spread.
More details about county community transmission levels is available here.
The latest COVID-19 numbers from the Wisconsin Department of Health Services are available here.
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