Exactly 25 percent of the La Crosse County population has at least the first COVID-19 vaccination shot.
And 14.9 percent of county residents are fully inoculated, according to the state.
Area Minnesota counties, as well as Trempealeau, are all percentage points ahead of La Crosse for the first shot.
Of all the area counties, only Monroe has under 10 percent of its population fully inoculated.
Here’s a breakdown by county:
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Statewide, Iowa is over 10 percent higher than Wisconsin and Minnesota for the first shot. All three states are fairly close at between 12-13 percent fully inoculated.
Here’s how those numbers look:
Case wise, La Crosse added eight on Sunday. The negative-44 cases one day last week makes trying to accurately calculate the seven-day average difficult but the Coulee COVID-19 Collaborative had it at eight on Friday (it only updates Monday-Friday). Last week that average was nine, which included a day with negative-four cases.
Statewide, here’s a look at the seven-day average this week as compared to last:
CASES — NOW: 421, LAST WEEK: 390
HOSPITALIZATIONS — NOW: 48, LAST WEEK: 47
DEATHS — NOW: 8, LAST WEEK: 10
CASES — NOW: 1,061, LAST WEEK: 786
HOSPITALIZATIONS — NOW: 43, LAST WEEK: 42
DEATHS — NOW: 28, LAST WEEK: 10
CASES — NOW: 505, LAST WEEK: 505
HOSPITALIZATIONS — NOW: 32, LAST WEEK: 31
DEATHS — NOW: 12, LAST WEEK: 14