Over 4 million COVID-19 vaccine doses have been administered in Wisconsin

4,057,602 doses of vaccine have been administered in Wisconsin.
4,057,602 doses of vaccine have been administered in Wisconsin.(WEAU)
Published: Apr. 22, 2021 at 4:39 PM CDT
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MADISON, Wis. (WMTV, WEAU) - Wisconsin has achieved 4 million administered COVID-19 vaccinations as of Thursday.

The Wisconsin Department of Health Services dashboard shows that 4,057,602 doses of vaccine have been administered in Wiscosnin. 41.1% of the state’s population has received at least one dose of vaccine, while 29.7% are fully vaccinated.


One-fifth of Wisconsin teenagers ages 16-17 have received at least one COVID-19 vaccine.

The Department of Health Services’ COVID-19 vaccine dashboard also shows that about 4.5% of teens in this age group have completed their vaccine series

  • WISCONSIN ALLOCATED: 3,957,045 (from 0420) ADMINISTERED: 4,057,602
  • PFIZER: 2,153,058 MODERNA: 1,738,977 JOHNSON & JOHNSON: 165,386
  • FIRST DOSE: 2,392,870 (44.1%) FULLY VACCINATED: 1,729,140 (29.7%)
  • EAU CLAIRE CO. FIRST DOSE: 45,851 (43.8%) FULLY VACCINATED: 34,151 (32.6%)
  • CHIPPEWA CO. FIRST DOSE: 25,288 (39.1%) FULLY VACCINATED: 19,678 (30.4%)
  • LA CROSSE CO. FIRST DOSE: 56,049 (47.5%) FULLY VACCINATED: 39,721 (33.7%)
  • DUNN CO. FIRST DOSE: 15,013 (33.1%) FULLY VACCINATED: 10,590 (23.3%)


DHS confirmed 732 new cases of COVID-19 Thursday, bringing the total number of cases ever reported up to 732. The seven-day average has continued on a downwards trend, currently at 641.

There were also 53 people hospitalized with the virus and four people have died.


There were 53 people admitted to Wisconsin hospitals Thursday with COVID-19.


DHS has discovered new COVID-19 variant cases in its latest update, with 930 cases found from 10,596 test samples.

This is up from 584 total the week before, meaning 346 new cases were discovered in tests over the past week.

Health officials report 518 cases of variant B.1.1.7, the variant originally discovered in the United Kingdom, as well as 28 cases of variant B.1.351, which was first found in South Africa.

DHS also stated that 364 cases of variants B.1.427/B.1.429 were found, the variants first found circulating in California, plus 20 cases of Variant P.1, first found in travelers from Brazil.

Researchers have maintained that all of these variant strain of concern spread more easily and rapidly than the original COVID-19 strain.


  • WISCONSIN POSITIVE: 592,994 (+732) DEATHS: 6,725 (+4) HOSPITALIZED: 28,817 (+53) 7-DAY AVERAGE (BY TEST): 3.3%
  • EAU CLAIRE CO.: 11,415 (+5)
  • CHIPPEWA CO.: 7,282 (+3)
  • LA CROSSE CO.: 12,582 (+17) - HIGHEST 1-DAY RISE SINCE 0402
  • DUNN CO.: 4,575 (+6)

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