Data Note for the Week of April 7, 2022
You can find past issues on our data and dashboard page. The data below are from March 21—April 3.
Cases increased during this 14-day period with an average of 92 cases per day.
The number of people hospitalized with COVID in Dane County hospitals was stable with an average of 27 people hospitalized each day. Percent positivity during this 14-day period was 4.8% and an average of 1,907 tests were conducted per day.
Over the past four weeks, cases increased among ages 0-4, 23-29, 30-39, 40-49, 50-59, and 60-69, and were stable among all other age groups. People ages 30-39 currently have the highest case rate at 22.9 per 100,000 per day, and also have the highest percent positivity at 6.3%.
63.0% of Dane County residents ages 5+ are up to date on their COVID vaccines.
20.7% are fully vaccinated but not up to date, 4.4% are partially vaccinated, and 11.8% are not vaccinated. Are you up to date on your vaccine? If not, you can get vaccinated at a quick and free site near you.
The data snapshot schedule is changing.
Beginning this month, the data snapshot will be reduced from a weekly report to twice per month. There will be no data snapshot next week, 4/14, and the next snapshot will be released on Thursday 4/21.