Wisconsin nears 40,000 coronavirus cases with 900 new positive tests – WBAY

The state says 20.8% of cases are active. The death toll is now 831, four more than yesterday. Thats 2.1% of recognized cases, the exact same as the other day. Deaths were in Outagamie, Grant, Racine and Walworth counties.

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There are 308 COVID-19 patients hospitalized. Ten percent of people detected with the coronavirus have actually been hospitalized for treatment because the very first case in Wisconsin in February.
At its present pace, Wisconsin will exceed 40,000 coronavirus cases tomorrow (Friday). Wisconsin surpassed 30,000 cases on July 3; 20,000 cases on June 5; and 10,000 cases on May 10.
Practically 700,000 tests have come back unfavorable (699,670) because the state began keeping track. The DHS stats only include an individual as soon as, even if theyve been tested several times, and they only count nasal or throat swabs, not blood tests for antibodies.
The state provides an online a tool that displays COVID-19 activity over the past 2 weeks for every single county, consisting of the number of cases per 100,000 locals and whether cases are on an up, even, or down trend. You can see it by clicking here.

Fever of 100.4 or higher.
Cough.
Shortness of breath.
Chills.
Repetitive shaking with chills.
Muscle discomfort.
Headache.
Aching throat.
New loss of taste or odor.

Adams – 46 cases (+1) (2 deaths).
Ashland – 8 cases.
Barron – 59 cases (+6) (1 death).
Bayfield – 11 cases (1 death).
Brown – 3,393 cases (+45) (44 deaths).
Buffalo – 21 cases (2 deaths).
Burnett – 5 cases (1 death).
Calumet – 169 cases (+4) (2 deaths).
Chippewa– 151 cases (+6 ).
Clark – 128 cases (+7) (7 deaths).
Columbia – 131 cases (+2) (1 death).
Crawford – 46 cases.
Dane– 3,301 cases (+59) (33 deaths).
Dodge – 541 cases (+4) (5 deaths).
Door – 66 cases (+1) (3 deaths).
Douglas – 66 cases (+2 ).
Dunn – 59 cases.
Eau Claire – 365 cases (+14) (1 death).
Florence – 5 cases.
Fond du Lac – 410 cases (+5) (6 deaths).
Forest – 49 cases (3 deaths).
Grant – 231 cases (+8) (14 deaths) (+1 ).
Green – 113 cases (+3) (1 death).
Green Lake – 44 cases (+1 ).
Iowa – 47 cases.
Iron – 24 cases (+3) (1 deaths).
Jackson – 36 cases (1 death).
Jefferson – 393 cases (+9) (4 deaths).
Juneau – 66 cases (+7) (1 death).
Kenosha – 1,862 cases (+31) (47 deaths).
Kewaunee – 86 cases (1 death).
La Crosse – 628 cases (+10 ).
Lafayette – 84 cases.
Langlade – 11 cases (1 death).
Lincoln – 25 cases (+1 ).
Manitowoc – 177 cases (+10) (1 death).
Marathon – 326 cases (+14) (1 death).
Marinette – 133 cases (+7) (3 deaths).
Marquette – 55 cases (1 death).
Menominee – 9 cases.
Milwaukee – 14,679 cases (+378) (403 deaths).
Monroe – 148 cases (+3) (1 death).
Oconto – 104 cases (+3 ).
Oneida – 39 cases (+1 ).
Outagamie – 728 cases (+9) (10 deaths) (+1 ).
Ozaukee– 345 cases (+5) (16 deaths).
Pepin – 19 cases (+1 ).
Pierce – 119 cases (+6 ).
Polk – 75 cases (+1) (2 deaths).
Portage – 263 cases (+3 ).
Rate– 9 cases.
Racine – 2,463 cases (+45) (66 deaths) (+1 ).
Richland – 17 cases (4 deaths).
Rock – 1,103 cases (+22) (24 deaths).
Rusk – 13 cases (+1) (1 death).
Sauk – 194 cases (+3) (3 deaths).
Sawyer – 15 cases.
Shawano – 106 cases (+2 ).
Sheboygan– 340 cases (+14) (4 deaths).
St. Croix – 310 cases (+13) (2 deaths).
Taylor – 26 cases (+1 ).
Trempealeau – 213 cases (+19 ).
Vernon – 42 cases.
Vilas – 17 cases.
Walworth– 826 cases (+11) (19 deaths) (+1 ).
Washburn – 6 cases.
Washington – 519 cases (+9) (19 deaths).
Waukesha – 1,950 cases (+72) (40 deaths).
Waupaca – 202 cases (+6) (13 deaths).
Waushara – 49 cases (+1 ).
Winnebago – 810 cases (+6) (14 deaths).
Wood – 120 cases (+8) (1 death).

MADISON, Wis. (WBAY) – The Wisconsin Department of Health Services received 900 positive coronavirus tests in the past 24-hour period, the third-highest one-day total and the third time in 6 days the tally was in the nine hundreds.
Thursdays outcomes represent 6.31% of the 14,271 tests that were returned, reversing a three-day down trend.
The state says 20.8% of cases are active. Thats 8,236 people who tested positive or started showing symptoms in the past 30 days. That percentage has been increasing given that falling to 18% on July 8.
The death toll is now 831, four more than yesterday. Thats 2.1% of recognized cases, the very same as yesterday. Deaths remained in Outagamie, Grant, Racine and Walworth counties.

Ten percent of people identified with the coronavirus have been hospitalized for treatment since the very first case in Wisconsin in February.

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County by county cases (counties noted in vibrant were reported to have new cases):.
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Problem breathing.
Consistent discomfort or pressure in the chest.
New confusion or inability to awaken.
Bluish lips or face.
The CDC states this is not an all-inclusive list. Consult a medical provider about any signs that are severe or concerning.

Signs:.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention identified these as possible signs of COVID-19:.

The coronavirus is a new, or “novel,” infection. No one has a natural immunity to it. Children and teens appear to recuperate best from the virus. Older people and those with underlying health conditions (heart problem, diabetes, lung disease) are thought about at high risk, according to the CDC. Precautions are also needed around individuals with developing or damaged immune systems.
To assist avoid the spread of the virus:.
Stay at least 6 feet away from other individuals.
Avoid close contact with people who are or appear ill.
Stay at home as much as possible.
Cancel events and avoid groups, events, play dates and excessive visits.
Stay at home when you are ill, except to get medical care.
Wash your hands frequently for at least 20 seconds. Utilize an alcohol-based hand sanitizer with at least 60% alcohol if soap and water are not available.
Cover your mouth and nose with a mask. At a minimum, utilize a tissue when you sneeze or cough or utilize the within of your elbow.
Clean frequently-touched surfaces and items daily (e.g., tables, countertops, light switches, doorknobs, and cabinet manages).

Alger – 3 cases.
Baraga – 5 cases.
Chippewa – 19 cases.
Delta – 34 cases (+6) (3 deaths).
Dickinson – 24 cases (+4) (2 deaths).
Gogebic – 20 cases (+5) (1 deaths).
Houghton– 26 cases (+1 ).
Iron – 8 cases (1 death).
Keweenaw – 2 cases.
Luce – 3 cases.
Mackinac – 9 cases.
Marquette – 95 cases (+6) (11 deaths).
Menominee – 49 cases (+3 ).
Ontonagon – 1 case.
Schoolcraft – 7 cases.

Signs that require immediate medical attention consist of:.