Four consecutive days, La Crosse County has reported under 20 cases of COVID-19.
Sunday, another 15 cases, bringing the daily average the past week to 17.4. A week ago, that average was 25.
La Crosse was last under 20 cases a day over a week’s span between Aug. 28-Sept. 3.
The latest vaccination numbers from the state indicate that 15.9% (18,797) of the county has gotten the first shot, while 6.2% (7,361) has gotten both doses.
Here’s a look at those numbers in surrounding counties:
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Statewide, Wisconsin has had just one day in its past nine with over 1,000 cases. The death toll has been under 15 for four consecutive days.
Minnesota is in a similar position with seven of eight days under 1,000 cases and deaths at 11 a day over the past week.
Iowa hasn’t reported over 1,000 cases in 11 days. The state does have the highest average deaths of the three states, which is even worse when factoring in population.
Here’s a look at state’s daily averages the past seven days, compared to averages from a week ago:
CASES — NOW: 782, LAST WEEK: 1059
HOSPITALIZATIONS — NOW: 51, LAST WEEK: 84
DEATHS — NOW: 15, LAST WEEK: 23
CASES — NOW: 791, LAST WEEK: 920
HOSPITALIZATIONS — NOW: 59, LAST WEEK: 62
DEATHS — NOW: 11, LAST WEEK: 14
CASES — NOW: 666, LAST WEEK: 740
HOSPITALIZATIONS — NOW: 41, LAST WEEK: 52
DEATHS — NOW: 18, LAST WEEK: 30