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At least 840 cases of COVID-19 were reported in the last week throughout the Stoughton Area School District attendance boundaries, an average of 120 new cases a day.

With 106 newly diagnosed cases reported to the state Department of Health Services in the last week, the spread of COVID-19 has never been this high in the City of Stoughton.

There were 95 new cases of COVID-19 diagnosed in the last week throughout the greater Stoughton area including surrounding towns, with over 60% of them being from City of Stoughton residents.

After three weeks of increasing numbers of newly diagnosed cases of COVID-19, there was a drop in new cases this week, with the average of daily new cases dropping to 12 from 16.5.

Three out of every four City of Stoughton residents have officially been vaccinated against COVID-19, state Department of Health Services data shows.

There were 100 newly diagnosed or probable cases of COVID-19 identified in the past week within the Stoughton Area School District boundaries, the highest rate of virus transmission seen since the start of the pandemic.

Since the state Department of Health Services started publicly publishing COVID-19 data by municipality and school district at this time last year, the percentage positive rate has gone from 3.9% to 10.31% across the Stoughton Area School District.

Town of Dunkirk was the only municipality within the Stoughton area to have no new cases of COVID-19 in the last week. Prior to the rise of the more-transmissible Delta variant, Dunkirk has had many weeks where its new case counts were at zero.

Rates of newly diagnosed cases stayed relatively the same as compared to prior weeks, with 43 new cases diagnosed throughout the Stoughton Area School District.

Of the entire population of the Stoughton Area School District, the percentage of those who have been vaccinated with at least one dose of COVID-19 vaccine has now reached 70%.