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Wisconsin surpasses 101,000 favorable coronavirus test results

MADISON, Wis. (WBAY) – Wisconsin health authorities mention there have in fact now been more than 101,000 verified coronavirus test results considered that testing started previously this year.On Sunday, the Department of Health Solutions mentioned 1,665 more people have really assessed favorable for the virus, bringing the statewide verified general to 101,227 thinking about that screening started on February 5.

Sunday’s verified test results are lower than the last 3 days, where the state saw more than 2,000 new cases each day.The Wisconsin Department of Health Providers (DHS) got 8,320 test results Sunday, with 20.01% being favorable. All but six of the state’s 72 counties reported an increase of cases.The average daily case number increased likewise. Wisconsin balanced 1,720 cases a day over the previous 7 days. That is a decrease from Saturday’s 7 day average of 1,417. The DHS is triggering people to take safety measures that are well-publicized: Wear a face mask, avoid groups, remain six feet in between you and individuals who aren’t from your home, clean your hands normally, stay at home if you have symptoms.The DHS states 14,143

individuals are considered having active cases, or 14.0%of all cases. That number and portion have in fact increased throughout the past 2 days– on Friday, there were 12,839( 13.2 %) active cases, and on Saturday, 13,671 (13.7%). There are 85,824 (84.8%) individuals who are thought about recovered.The state reported one new death, bringing COVID-19 ′ s death toll to 1,242. That’s 1.22 %of recognized cases, which is a new low. The previous low was set on Saturday, at 1.24%. That part has decreased considering that Friday.Sunday’s only death was reported in Wood County. [CLICK ON THIS LINK to find an area screening site] 34 more COVID-19 clients were hospitalized in the previous 24 hours. The most current numbers easily offered are from Saturday, showing 362 COVID-19 patients

remained in health care centers with 105 in intensive care, both having in fact increased since Saturday.To date, the DHS states 6.6%of all people who have actually been validated to examine favorable for the infection have really been hospitalized, an overall of 6,653. The sharp boost in cases and consistent decrease in the death

toll can be attributed to better treatments but mostly due to more cases being found amongst young people, an age that’s

less more than likely to suffer the severe results of the coronavirus that require hospitalization– in reality, might show no signs nevertheless can still spread the virus.The DHS only counts a private as quickly as, no matter the number of times they are tested.According to the DHS, there are currently 113 laboratories doing screening, with a daily testing capacity of 38,563. Another 24 labs are still planning to do testing.At the time of this composing on Sunday, there were more than 199,418 deaths credited to COVID-19 in the United States, which is 20.81%of the world’s 958,356 COVID-19 deaths taped by Johns Hopkins University. For contrast, the Centers for Illness Control and Avoidance estimates anywhere from 24,000 to 62,000 influenza-related deaths in the U.S. throughout the last influenza season, from October 2019 to April 2020 (some states don’t track the influenza or report flu-related deaths , which is why the price quote is so different). Worldwide there are a reported 30.3 million coronavirus cases, with 6.7 countless those in the U.S.To help individuals comprehend how their options impact their own health and others, the Department of Health Providers provided an option tool at https://www.dhs.wisconsin.gov/covid-19/decision.htm. Surpassing duplicating finest practices like social distancing and wearing masks, the tool discusses how options matter and uses concepts to make activities safer.County case numbers( counties with new cases or deaths are in dynamic )are as reported by the DHS. State numbers can differ from county health department numbers, which are upgraded at different times: Wisconsin Adams-200 cases( +8 )( 3 deaths)Ashland-61 cases( +8 )( 2 deaths)Barron -420 cases( +9 )(4 deaths )Bayfield-82 cases( +4 )( 1 death)Brown- 7,484 cases(+84 )(59 deaths )Buffalo-119 cases(+1 )(2 deaths) Burnett-122 cases(+8 )(3 deaths) Calumet- 869 cases (+15) (2 deaths)Chippewa- 476 cases (+10) Clark– 325 cases(+5 )(8 deaths)Columbia -506 cases( +13 )(2 deaths)Crawford– 138 cases (Revised from state’s report of 139 on Saturday

  • )Dane– 8,815 cases (+180 )
  • (41 deaths) Dodge– 1,600
  • cases (+27) (9 deaths)
  • Door – 236 cases (+2) (3 deaths
  • )Douglas -378 cases (+2) Dunn -377 cases(+26
  • )Eau Claire -1,586 cases (+59 )
  • (6 deaths) Florence- 63 cases (+5 )
  • Fond du Lac -1,713 cases( +7 )
  • (13 deaths) Forest-213 cases (
  • +6)(4 deaths) Grant-821 cases(
  • +39)(19 deaths) Green-436 cases(
  • +7)(2 deaths) Green Lake -195 cases (+9) Iowa-150 cases( +6 )
  • Iron -136 cases (1 death)
  • Jackson-107 cases (1 death)
  • Jefferson- 1, 142 cases( +22 )
  • (7 deaths )
  • Juneau -326 cases (+11 )
  • (2 deaths)Kenosha-3,281 cases( +24 )
  • (65 deaths) Kewaunee – 381 cases(
  • +15) (2 deaths )La Crosse-2,568 cases( +93 )
  • (2 deaths) Lafayette-
  • 217 cases (+6) Langlade-131 cases
  • ( +9 )( 2 deaths)
  • Lincoln – 136 cases (+4 )
  • (1 death )
  • Manitowoc- 861 cases (+19 )
  • (2 deaths) Marathon- 1054 cases
  • ( +46 )(14 deaths) Marinette-
  • 732 cases (+8) (7 deaths)
  • Marquette -190 cases (+14) (1 death)
  • Menominee – 47 cases (+4) (0 deaths)
  • Milwaukee– 26,6860 (+208) (521 deaths
  • )Monroe – 392 cases (+14 )
  • (2 deaths) Oconto-662 cases( +17 )
  • (4 deaths) Oneida-334 cases( +9 )
  • (2 deaths) Outagamie– 3,526 cases (+112 )
  • (27 deaths) Ozaukee-1,217 cases (+31 )
  • (19 deaths) Pepin-55 cases Pierce– 388 cases(
  • +9)(6 deaths )Polk– 218 cases(Customized from DHS
  • report of 219 on Saturday) (2 deaths)
  • Portage-1,169 cases( +42) (4 deaths)
  • Rate – 52 cases (+2) Racine-4,425 cases( +6 )(94 deaths) Richland-92 cases
  • ( +6 )( 4 deaths)
  • Rock– 2,231 cases (+24) (32 deaths)
  • Rusk – 49 cases (+1) (1 death)
  • Sauk – 805 cases
  • ( +20 )( 3 deaths) Sawyer-195
  • cases (1 death) Shawano– 574 cases (+61) (1 death)
  • Sheboygan -1,443 cases (+9) (14 deaths)
  • St. Croix -810 cases (+12 )
  • (8 deaths )Taylor-151 cases( +4 )
  • (3 deaths) Trempealeau -531 cases( +5 )
  • (2 deaths) Vernon-172 cases(
  • +5)Vilas- 168 cases( +2 )
  • (1 death )Walworth – 2,428 cases( +7 )
  • (34 deaths )Washburn– 91 cases(
  • 1 death) Washington-2,268 cases (+56 )
  • (32 deaths) Waukesha-6,605 cases (+60 )
  • (85 deaths) Waupaca-908 cases (+14 )
  • (20 deaths) Waushara-270 cases( +5 )(2 deaths)Winnebago– 2,693 cases( +97 )
  • (23 deaths )
  • Wood- 679 cases (+14) (4 deaths
  • )( +1 )Michigan’s Upper Peninsula * Alger-16 cases Baraga-8 cases Chippewa-
  • 50 cases Delta– 223 cases (5 deaths)
  • Dickinson– 95 cases (2 deaths)
  • Gogebic – 141 cases (1 death)
  • Houghton– 239 cases (1 death)
  • Iron– 64 cases (1 death)
  • Keweenaw– 6 cases Luce– 11 cases Mackinac – 38 cases Marquette-266 cases(12 deaths )Menominee

    • – 266 cases
    • (1 death) Ontonagon– 41 cases Schoolcraft -19 cases
    • * The State of Michigan specifies it will
    • only report county case numbers Monday-Saturday. Health officials there specify weekend information are often unpredictable and normally lower than other days due to reduced screening and laboratory
    • staffing.Symptoms The Centers for Disease
    • Control and Avoidance recognized these as possible
    • signs of COVID-19: Fever of 100.4 or
    • higher Cough Shortness of breath Chills Repetitive shaking with chills Muscle pain
    • Headache Aching throat New loss of

    taste or smell Avoidance The coronavirus is a new, or “unique,”infection. No one has a natural resistance to it. Children and teens appear to recuperate best from the infection. Older individuals and those with underlying health conditions(heart disease, diabetes

    , lung disease

    )are thought of at high risk, according to the CDC. Precaution are also needed around individuals with establishing or

    • scrubby immune systems. To help
    • prevent the
    • spread of the infection: Remain at least six feet
    • away from other people Prevent close contact with individuals who are or
    • appear ill Stay
    • at
    • home as much as possible Cancel occasions and prevent groups, gatherings, play dates and extreme assessments Stay at house when you are ill, besides to get medical care Wash your hands often for a minimum of 20 seconds. If soap and water are not provided, make use of an alcohol-based hand sanitizer with a minimum of 60% alcohol Cover your mouth and nose with a mask. At a minimum, make use of a tissue when you cough or sneeze or use the within your elbow.
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