1. Wisconsin: No COVID-19 deaths added for 2nd day in a row  WBAY
  2. Testing begins for DHS' new COVID-19 vaccine registry  TMJ4 News
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  4. COVID-19 in Wisconsin: 1186325 vaccines given  WISN 12 News
  5. DHS: 423 new positive cases of COVID-19; no new deaths 2nd day in a row  FOX 6 Milwaukee
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Testing also found fewer than 500 new coronavirus cases for a second dayTesting also found fewer than 500 new coronavirus cases for a second day

Wisconsin: No COVID-19 deaths added for 2nd day in a row

Wisconsin has reported no new COVID-19 deaths for the second day in a row, according to the state Department of Health Services.

No new COVID-19 deaths reported in Wisconsin for second consecutive day

MADISON (WLUK) -- For the first time since September, Wisconsin has gone two days in a row without a COVID-19-related death being reported. This comes as the number of people 65 and older who have been fully vaccinated has surpassed 1 in 10. The state Department of Health Services reported zero new deaths on Monday. With no deaths reported since Saturday, it marked the first two-day stretch without a death since Sept. 6-8. The seven-day average of new deaths fell to 17.MADISON (WLUK) -- For the first time since September, Wisconsin has gone two days in a row without a COVID-19-related death being reported. This comes as the number of people 65 and older who have been fully vaccinated has surpassed 1 in 10. The state Department of Health Services reported zero new deaths on Monday. With no deaths reported since Saturday, it marked the first two-day stretch without a death since Sept. 6-8. The seven-day average of new deaths fell to 17.

Wisconsin reports no new COVID-19 deaths for 2nd day in a row | WLUK

Wisconsin reports no new COVID-19 deaths for 2nd day in a row

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The number of positive cases of COVID-19 in Wisconsin rose by 423 Monday, Feb. 22, according to the Wisconsin Department of Health Services, for a total of 559,998.The number of positive cases of COVID-19 in Wisconsin rose by 423 Monday, Feb. 22, according to the Wisconsin Department of Health Services, for a total of 559,998.

There were no new deaths added to the total of those who have died in Wisconsin due to COVID-19, according to the latest numbers from the Wisconsin Department of Health Services.There were no new deaths added to the total of those who have died in Wisconsin due to COVID-19, according to the latest numbers from the Wisconsin Department of Health Services.

Second day in a row Wisconsin sees zero COVID-19 deaths

The Wisconsin Department of Health Services is hoping its new vaccine registry will make the process both faster and easier.The Wisconsin Department of Health Services is hoping its new vaccine registry will make the process both faster and easier.

Testing begins for Wisconsin DHS' new COVID-19 vaccine registry

There were 423 new positive cases of COVID-19 in Wisconsin on Monday, according to the state Department of Health Services. There were no new deaths reported.There were 423 new positive cases of COVID-19 in Wisconsin on Monday, according to the state Department of Health Services. There were no new deaths reported.

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WISCONSIN — Looking to get tested for COVID-19 or vaccinated in Racine or Kenosha counties? Here's where to go.WISCONSIN — Looking to get tested for COVID-19 or vaccinated in Racine or Kenosha counties? Here's where to go.

Where to get COVID-19 tested and vaccinated in Racine and Kenosha counties

WAUWATOSA, WI (CBS 58) – Health departments around the state started testing the new vaccine registry on Monday, Feb. 22. Central Racine County, the city of Wauwatosa and Waukesha County are handl

Local health departments start site testing Wisconsin’s new vaccine registry

About 70% of all shots given to Wisconsin residents have been administered since Jan. 24, when anyone 65 and older became eligible to get vaccinated.About 70% of all shots given to Wisconsin residents have been administered since Jan. 24, when anyone 65 and older became eligible to get vaccinated.

Wisconsin coronavirus: Nearly 200,000 residents vaccinated last week

Zero deaths from COVID-19 were reported Monday, making it the second day in a row with zero lives lost in Wisconsin from the virus.Zero deaths from COVID-19 were reported Monday, making it the second day in a row with zero lives lost in Wisconsin from the virus.

Zero COVID-19 deaths reported for the 2nd day in a row in Wisconsin

The next large group of Wisconsin residents to receive the COVID-19 vaccines becomes eligible March 1.The next large group of Wisconsin residents to receive the COVID-19 vaccines becomes eligible March 1.

COVID-19: Next vaccine group doesn't include residents with existing ailments

For the first time since last September, no new COVID-19 deaths are being reported in the state for consecutive days.

For 2nd straight day, no new COVID-19 deaths reported in Wisconsin

On Monday, Wisconsin didn’t add any deaths to the COVID-19 death toll and reported fewer than 500 new coronavirus cases for a second day in a row.On Monday, Wisconsin didn’t add any deaths to the COVID-19 death toll and reported fewer than 500 new coronavirus cases for a second day in a row.

WI DHS reports no COVID-19 deaths for 2nd day in a row