Wisconsin passes 40,000 coronavirus cases — adds 10,000 in 2 weeks – WBAY

Sixty-three more COVID-19 patients were hospitalized considering that the other day. There are now 331 patients in health centers with 96 in extensive care systems, 8 more than yesterday.
Deaths in Brown, Marathon and Milwaukee counties raised the death toll to 833. Walworth Countys death toll was modified from 19 to 18.
The death toll represents 2.1% of recognized cases, a metric which has actually held constant for two days. This is in part the result of a growing variety of younger grownups being infected, who are less most likely to suffer serious impacts of the coronavirus and require hospitalization but may be asymptomatic providers of the infection.

MADISON, Wis. (WBAY) – Since February 5, more than 40,000 individuals in Wisconsin have actually evaluated positive for the coronavirus. More than 700,000 have actually checked negative. More than 4,000 individuals needed treatment in a medical facility.
Fridays report from the Wisconsin Department of Health Service tallied 880 more favorable results out of 13,407 tests, or 6.56%. Thats up slightly from Thursdays 6.31% and continues that metrics upward trend. Fifty-five of Wisconsins 72 counties contributed to their case numbers, including 16 with double- or triple-digit increases.
The state says 8,411 clients cases are still active, suggesting they have not been cleared from seclusion. Thats 20.8% of cases, the very same as yesterday. The percentage is up from 18% on July 8.
It took 14 days for Wisconsin to include 10,000 new cases. It took 26 days to rise from 10,000 to 20,000 cases and 28 days to increase from 20,000 to 30,000.

Age group
% of favorable tests
% of hospitalizations
% of deaths

0-9
3
3
0

10-19
9
2
0

20-29
25
3
1

30-39
17
5
1

40-49
15
8
3

50-59
14
12
7

60-69
9
23
17

70-79
5
39
25

80-89
3
44
25

90+.
1.
36.
20.

Older individuals and those with underlying health conditions (heart disease, diabetes, lung illness) are thought about at high risk, according to the CDC. Preventative measures are likewise needed around individuals with developing or weakened immune systems.
To help prevent the spread of the infection:.
Remain at least six feet away from other individuals.
Prevent close contact with individuals who are or appear ill.
Remain at house as much as possible.
Cancel events and avoid groups, gatherings, play dates and nonessential appointments.
Stay home when you are sick, except to get treatment.
Wash your hands routinely for a minimum of 20 seconds. If soap and water are not readily available, utilize an alcohol-based hand sanitizer with a minimum of 60% alcohol.
Cover your mouth and nose with a mask. At a minimum, use a tissue when you sneeze or cough or use the inside of your elbow.
Tidy frequently-touched surfaces and objects daily (e.g., tables, counter tops, light switches, doorknobs, and cabinet handles).

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.

MADISON, Wis. (WBAY) – Since February 5, more than 40,000 individuals in Wisconsin have evaluated favorable for the coronavirus. Fridays report from the Wisconsin Department of Health Service tallied 880 more positive results out of 13,407 tests, or 6.56%. Fifty-five of Wisconsins 72 counties added to their case numbers, consisting of 16 with double- or triple-digit boosts.
The state says 8,411 clients cases are still active, indicating they havent been cleared from isolation. Thats 20.8% of cases, the exact same as yesterday.

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

Difficulty breathing.
Persistent discomfort or pressure in the chest.
New confusion or failure to rouse.
Bluish lips or face.
The CDC states this is not an all-encompassing list. Consult a medical company about any symptoms that are serious or worrying.

Signs:.

Wisconsin now has 83 public and personal labs with a capability of completing 24,162 tests each day.
The state uses 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 citizens and whether cases are on an up, even, or down trend. You can view it by click on this link.
County by county cases (counties noted in vibrant were reported to have brand-new cases):.
Wisconsin.

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

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Symptoms that need immediate medical attention consist of:.

Adams – 49 cases (+3) (2 deaths).
Ashland – 10 cases (+2 ).
Barron – 66 cases (+7) (1 death).
Bayfield – 12 cases (+1) (1 death).
Brown – 3,407 cases (+14) (45 deaths) (+1 ).
Buffalo – 19 cases (2 deaths).
Burnett – 5 cases (1 death).
Calumet – 176 cases (+7) (2 deaths).
Chippewa– 151 cases.
Clark – 130 cases (+2) (7 deaths).
Columbia – 141 cases (+10) (1 death).
Crawford – 46 cases.
Dane– 3,365 cases (+64) (33 deaths).
Dodge – 557 cases (+13) (5 deaths).
Door – 70 cases (+4) (3 deaths).
Douglas – 66 cases.
Dunn – 60 cases (+1 ).
Eau Claire – 371 cases (+5) (1 death).
Florence – 6 cases (+1 ).
Fond du Lac – 418 cases (+8) (6 deaths).
Forest – 49 cases (3 deaths).
Grant – 236 cases (+5) (14 deaths).
Green – 114 cases (+1) (1 death).
Green Lake – 44 cases.
Iowa – 47 cases.
Iron – 24 cases (1 deaths).
Jackson – 36 cases (1 death).
Jefferson – 405 cases (+8) (4 deaths).
Juneau – 69 cases (+3) (1 death).
Kenosha – 1,893 cases (+31) (47 deaths).
Kewaunee – 86 cases (1 death).
La Crosse – 646 cases (+18 ).
Lafayette – 85 cases (+1 ).
Langlade – 11 cases (1 death).
Lincoln – 31 cases (+6 ).
Manitowoc – 180 cases (+3) (1 death).
Marathon – 343 cases (+17) (2 deaths) (+1 ).
Marinette – 139 cases (+6) (3 deaths).
Marquette – 56 cases (+1) (1 death).
Menominee – 10 cases (+1 ).
Milwaukee – 15,363 cases (+306) (404 deaths) (+1 ).
Monroe – 156 cases (+8) (1 death).
Oconto – 108 cases (+4 ).
Oneida – 40 cases (+1 ).
Outagamie – 750 cases (+22) (10 deaths).
Ozaukee– 360 cases (+15) (16 deaths).
Pepin – 19 cases.
Pierce – 123 cases (+7 ).
Polk – 75 cases (2 deaths).
Portage – 266 cases (+3 ).
Rate– 9 cases.
Racine – 2,519 cases (+56) (66 deaths).
Richland – 18 cases (+1) (4 deaths).
Rock – 1,124 cases (+21) (24 deaths).
Rusk – 13 cases (1 death).
Sauk – 201 cases (+7) (3 deaths).
Sawyer – 17 cases (+2 ).
Shawano – 107 cases (+1 ).
Sheboygan– 368 cases (+28) (4 deaths).
St. Croix – 316 cases (+6) (2 deaths).
Taylor – 29 cases (+3 ).
Trempealeau – 219 cases (+6 ).
Vernon – 43 cases (+1 ).
Vilas – 18 cases (+1 ).
Walworth– 858 cases (+32) (18 deaths).
Washburn – 6 cases.
Washington – 535 cases (+16) (19 deaths).
Waukesha – 2,022 cases (+72) (40 deaths).
Waupaca – 205 cases (+3) (13 deaths).
Waushara – 50 cases (+1 ).
Winnebago – 817 cases (+7) (14 deaths).
Wood – 124 cases (+4) (1 death).

Michigans Upper Peninsula.

Prevention.