State confirms additional 712 coronavirus cases – WBAY

Another 34,682 people are thought about recuperated, which is a total of 77.4% of all validated cases. Wisconsin presently has 83 public and private labs with a capability of finishing 24,162 tests per day.The state provides an online a tool that shows COVID-19 activity over the past 2 weeks for every county, including the number of cases per 100,000 citizens and whether cases are on an upward, even, or down trend. You can view it by clicking here.County by county cases (counties noted in vibrant were reported to have brand-new cases): WisconsinAdams – 54 cases (2 deaths)Ashland – 11 casesBarron – 82 cases (+4) (2 deaths) (+1 )Bayfield – 14 cases (+1) (1 death)Brown – 3,629 cases (+33) (47 deaths) (+1 )Buffalo– 29 cases (2 deaths)Burnett – 6 cases (+1) (1 death)Calumet – 192 cases (+2) (2 deaths)Chippewa– 172 cases (+7 )Clark – 147 cases (+5) (7 deaths)Columbia – 171 cases (+5) (1 death)Crawford – 49 cases (+1 )Dane– 3,633 cases (+47) (33 deaths)Dodge – 584 cases (+7) (5 deaths)Door – 75 cases (+1) (3 deaths)Douglas – 77 cases (+2 )Dunn – 74 cases (+3 )Eau Claire – 409 cases (+2) (2 deaths)Florence – 5 casesFond du Lac – 458 cases (+7) (6 deaths)Forest – 51 cases (+1) (4 deaths)Grant – 256 cases (+4) (14 deaths)Green – 118 cases (1 death)Green Lake – 49 cases (+1 )Iowa – 54 cases (+3 )Iron – 37 cases (+4) (1 deaths)Jackson – 37 cases (+1) (1 death)Jefferson – 449 cases (+8) (4 deaths)Juneau – 80 cases (+3) (1 death)Kenosha– 2,102 cases (+20) (47 deaths)Kewaunee – 93 cases (+1) (1 death)La Crosse – 685 cases (1 death)Lafayette – 87 casesLanglade – 13 cases (1 death)Lincoln – 46 cases (+6 )Manitowoc – 212 cases (+5) (1 death)Marathon – 410 cases (+22) (3 deaths)Marinette – 196 cases (+7) (3 deaths)Marquette – 60 cases (+2) (1 death)Menominee – 10 casesMilwaukee– 16,777 cases (+207) (417 deaths) (+1 )Monroe – 163 cases (1 death)Oconto – 129 cases (+4 )Oneida – 53 cases (+1 )Outagamie – 858 cases (+18) (11 deaths) (+1 )Ozaukee– 422 cases (+13) (16 deaths)Pepin – 29 cases (+2 )Pierce – 136 cases (+3 )Polk – 88 cases (+4) (2 deaths)Portage – 303 cases (+7 )Price– 16 cases (+2 )Racine – 2,739 cases (+24) (69 deaths)Richland – 19 cases (4 deaths)Rock – 1,228 cases (+28) (25 deaths)Rusk – 13 cases (1 death)Sauk– 247 cases (+15) (3 deaths)Sawyer – 19 casesShawano – 118 cases (+2 )Sheboygan– 419 cases (+9) (5 deaths)St. Croix – 346 cases (+9) (2 deaths)Taylor – 34 casesTrempealeau – 242 cases (+4) (1 death)Vernon – 46 casesVilas – 20 casesWalworth– 983 cases (+19) (19 deaths) (+1 )Washburn – 8 casesWashington – 608 cases (+17) (19 deaths)Waukesha – 2,540 cases (+91) (42 deaths)Waupaca – 248 cases (+9) (14 deaths)Waushara – 57 cases (+1 )Winnebago – 884 cases (+8) (15 deaths)( +1 )Wood – 140 cases (1 death)Michigans Upper PeninsulaAlger – 3 casesBaraga – 5 casesChippewa – 21 casesDelta – 41 cases (3 deaths)Dickinson – 34 cases (2 deaths)Gogebic – 41 cases (1 deaths)Houghton– 33 cases (+1 )Iron – 10 cases (1 death)Keweenaw – 2 casesLuce – 3 casesMackinac – 12 cases (+2 )Marquette – 99 cases (11 deaths)Menominee – 57 cases (+3 )Ontonagon – 1 caseSchoolcraft – 8 casesSymptoms: The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention determined these as possible symptoms of COVID-19: Fever of 100.4 or higherCoughShortness of breathChillsRepeated shaking with chillsMuscle painHeadacheSore throatNew loss of taste or smellSymptoms that need instant medical attention consist of: Trouble breathingPersistent pain or pressure in the chestNew confusion or failure to rouseBluish lips or faceThe CDC says this is not an all-encompassing list.

Another 14,068 results were negative.This comes one day after the state broke a single day record for tests which came back favorable for the infection, at 1,117.54 out of Wisconsins 72 counties saw an increase in new cases Wednesday, while Michigans Upper Peninsula had three out of its 15 counties report an increase in cases.Since early February, 44,847 individuals in Wisconsin have checked positive for the coronavirus, and another 764,630 have actually evaluated negative.The DHS says another 6 individuals have actually died from the virus, bringing the statewide death overall because screening began to 865. Another 34,682 people are thought about recovered, which is an overall of 77.4% of all validated cases. Wisconsin presently has 83 private and public laboratories with a capability of finishing 24,162 tests per day.The state uses an online a tool that displays COVID-19 activity over the previous 2 weeks for every county, including the number of cases per 100,000 citizens and whether cases are on an upward, even, or down pattern. You can view it by clicking here.County by county cases (counties listed in bold were reported to have new cases): WisconsinAdams – 54 cases (2 deaths)Ashland – 11 casesBarron – 82 cases (+4) (2 deaths) (+1 )Bayfield – 14 cases (+1) (1 death)Brown – 3,629 cases (+33) (47 deaths) (+1 )Buffalo– 29 cases (2 deaths)Burnett – 6 cases (+1) (1 death)Calumet – 192 cases (+2) (2 deaths)Chippewa– 172 cases (+7 )Clark – 147 cases (+5) (7 deaths)Columbia – 171 cases (+5) (1 death)Crawford – 49 cases (+1 )Dane– 3,633 cases (+47) (33 deaths)Dodge – 584 cases (+7) (5 deaths)Door – 75 cases (+1) (3 deaths)Douglas – 77 cases (+2 )Dunn – 74 cases (+3 )Eau Claire – 409 cases (+2) (2 deaths)Florence – 5 casesFond du Lac – 458 cases (+7) (6 deaths)Forest – 51 cases (+1) (4 deaths)Grant – 256 cases (+4) (14 deaths)Green – 118 cases (1 death)Green Lake – 49 cases (+1 )Iowa – 54 cases (+3 )Iron – 37 cases (+4) (1 deaths)Jackson – 37 cases (+1) (1 death)Jefferson – 449 cases (+8) (4 deaths)Juneau – 80 cases (+3) (1 death)Kenosha– 2,102 cases (+20) (47 deaths)Kewaunee – 93 cases (+1) (1 death)La Crosse – 685 cases (1 death)Lafayette – 87 casesLanglade – 13 cases (1 death)Lincoln – 46 cases (+6 )Manitowoc – 212 cases (+5) (1 death)Marathon – 410 cases (+22) (3 deaths)Marinette – 196 cases (+7) (3 deaths)Marquette – 60 cases (+2) (1 death)Menominee – 10 casesMilwaukee– 16,777 cases (+207) (417 deaths) (+1 )Monroe – 163 cases (1 death)Oconto – 129 cases (+4 )Oneida – 53 cases (+1 )Outagamie – 858 cases (+18) (11 deaths) (+1 )Ozaukee– 422 cases (+13) (16 deaths)Pepin – 29 cases (+2 )Pierce – 136 cases (+3 )Polk – 88 cases (+4) (2 deaths)Portage – 303 cases (+7 )Price– 16 cases (+2 )Racine – 2,739 cases (+24) (69 deaths)Richland – 19 cases (4 deaths)Rock – 1,228 cases (+28) (25 deaths)Rusk – 13 cases (1 death)Sauk– 247 cases (+15) (3 deaths)Sawyer – 19 casesShawano – 118 cases (+2 )Sheboygan– 419 cases (+9) (5 deaths)St. Croix – 346 cases (+9) (2 deaths)Taylor – 34 casesTrempealeau – 242 cases (+4) (1 death)Vernon – 46 casesVilas – 20 casesWalworth– 983 cases (+19) (19 deaths) (+1 )Washburn – 8 casesWashington – 608 cases (+17) (19 deaths)Waukesha – 2,540 cases (+91) (42 deaths)Waupaca – 248 cases (+9) (14 deaths)Waushara – 57 cases (+1 )Winnebago – 884 cases (+8) (15 deaths)( +1 )Wood – 140 cases (1 death)Michigans Upper PeninsulaAlger – 3 casesBaraga – 5 casesChippewa – 21 casesDelta – 41 cases (3 deaths)Dickinson – 34 cases (2 deaths)Gogebic – 41 cases (1 deaths)Houghton– 33 cases (+1 )Iron – 10 cases (1 death)Keweenaw – 2 casesLuce – 3 casesMackinac – 12 cases (+2 )Marquette – 99 cases (11 deaths)Menominee – 57 cases (+3 )Ontonagon – 1 caseSchoolcraft – 8 casesSymptoms: The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention determined these as possible signs of COVID-19: Fever of 100.4 or higherCoughShortness of breathChillsRepeated shaking with chillsMuscle painHeadacheSore throatNew loss of taste or smellSymptoms that need immediate medical attention consist of: Trouble breathingPersistent discomfort or pressure in the chestNew confusion or inability to rouseBluish lips or faceThe CDC says this is not a complete list.

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