Zero cases of COVID-19 reported out of La Crosse County yesterday.
Aside from there being negative-four cases a few days ago, officially having no cases hasn’t happened since May 29.
May actually had 17 days with no cases. Then it was a couple a day and by mid-June La Crosse was consistently in the 20s, until mid-September when the spike from college students returning.
The county was still hovering in the 20s with a few days in the 30s and 40s before it got hit with a pair of days in the 70s, then 129 cases on Sept. 13 and 254 cases five days later.
That spike hadn’t really come down until last month with a few days in the teens, then a couple single-digit case days and now a “zero.”
La Crosse is averaging 8.4 cases a day the past seven days. A week ago, that average was 14.1.
Not a big jump in vaccinations Monday for the county or state. La Crosse is at 13.2 percent fully inoculated and 21.6 percent having gotten the first shot.
Here’s how that data looks statewide:
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