State sees drop in test results, confirms additional 703 new coronavirus cases – WBAY

MADISON, Wis. (WBAY)– The number of coronavirus test results launched Monday is the least expensive amount considering that exactly one week back.
On Monday, the state released 6,992 test results. Out of those, 703 were favorable for the coronavirus, which is 10.1% of all test results. Another 6,289 tests were negative for the virus.
On July 13, which was last Monday, the state released a total of 6,621 test results.
The portion of favorable tests is a small drop from Sundays 10.3%, nevertheless it is still an upward trend. Last week, the percentage of positive tests was 5.9% on Wednesday, and climbed up through Sunday.

49 out of Wisconsins 72 counties reported an increase in cases on Monday, while in Michigans Upper Peninsula, seven out of the areas 15 counties saw a boost in cases.
Given that early February, 43,018 people in Wisconsin have actually checked positive for the coronavirus, and another 737,191 have actually evaluated negative.
The statewide death toll increased by 2 on Monday, bringing the variety of deaths considering that testing started to 846.
The death toll represents 2% of known cases, a percentage that held constant considering that Saturday. On Friday, that portion was 2.1%. That remains in part the result of a growing number of younger grownups being contaminated, who are less most likely to suffer extreme effects of the coronavirus and require hospitalization however might be asymptomatic providers of the virus.

22 more COVID-19 patients were hospitalized within the past 24 hr. There are now 368 clients in healthcare facilities, with 111 in intensive care systems. On Sunday, there were 99 individuals in the ICU for the infection.
Out of those who checked positive since February, 4,129 individuals needed treatment in a hospital, or 9.6% of all confirmed cases.
The state says 9,037 clients cases are still active, indicating they havent been cleared from seclusion. Thats 21%, a small increase from Sundays percentage of 20.9%. That percentage is up from 18% on July 8.
Meanwhile, another 33,130 people are considered recuperated, which is an overall of 77% of all verified cases.

Wisconsin presently has 83 private and public laboratories with a capability of completing 24,162 tests per day.
The state offers an online a tool that displays COVID-19 activity over the previous 2 weeks for every county, including the variety of cases per 100,000 residents and whether cases are on an upward, even, or downward trend. You can see it by click on this link.
County by county cases (counties listed in vibrant were reported to have brand-new cases):.
Wisconsin.

Signs that need instant medical attention include:.

Fever of 100.4 or higher.
Cough.
Shortness of breath.
Chills.
Repetitive shaking with chills.
Muscle discomfort.
Headache.
Sore throat.
Brand-new loss of taste or odor.

Adams – 52 cases (+1) (2 deaths).
Ashland – 10 cases.
Barron – 74 cases (+4) (1 death).
Bayfield – 13 cases (1 death).
Brown – 3,510 cases (+3) (46 deaths).
Buffalo– 25 cases (+3) (2 deaths).
Burnett – 5 cases (1 death).
Calumet – 188 cases (+2) (2 deaths).
Chippewa– 161 cases (+7 ).
Clark – 141 cases (+2) (7 deaths).
Columbia – 159 cases (+5) (1 death).
Crawford – 48 cases.
Dane– 3,549 cases (+55) (33 deaths).
Dodge – 570 cases (+6) (6 deaths)( +1 ).
Door – 74 cases (+1) (3 deaths).
Douglas – 75 cases.
Dunn – 68 cases (+3 ).
Eau Claire – 402 cases (+5) (2 death).
Florence – 5 cases.
Fond du Lac – 441 cases (+8) (6 deaths).
Forest – 50 cases (3 deaths).
Grant – 250 cases (+2) (14 deaths).
Green – 117 cases (+1) (1 death).
Green Lake – 47 cases.
Iowa – 50 cases.
Iron – 28 cases (+2) (1 deaths).
Jackson – 37 cases (+1) (1 death).
Jefferson – 427 cases (+9) (4 deaths).
Juneau – 76 cases (+2) (1 death).
Kenosha– 2,027 cases (+41) (47 deaths).
Kewaunee – 92 cases (+1) (1 death).
La Crosse – 674 cases (+7) (1 death).
Lafayette – 86 cases.
Langlade – 11 cases (1 death).
Lincoln – 37 cases (+2 ).
Manitowoc – 202 cases (+3) (1 death).
Marathon – 383 cases (+8) (3 deaths) (+1 ).
Marinette – 177 cases (+18) (3 deaths).
Marquette – 58 cases (+1) (1 death).
Menominee – 10 cases.
Milwaukee– 16,275 cases (+290) (411 deaths).
Monroe – 165 cases (+4) (1 death).
Oconto – 121 cases (+1 ).
Oneida – 52 cases (+1 ).
Outagamie – 814 cases (+22) (10 deaths).
Ozaukee– 385 cases (+2) (16 deaths).
Pepin – 22 cases.
Pierce – 128 cases.
Polk – 81 cases (+2) (2 deaths).
Portage – 292 cases (+5 ).
Rate– 13 cases (+1 ).
Racine – 2,624 cases (+35) (66 deaths).
Richland – 18 cases (4 deaths).
Rock – 1,171 cases (24 deaths).
Rusk – 13 cases (1 death).
Sauk – 230 cases (+12) (3 deaths).
Sawyer – 19 cases.
Shawano – 113 cases (+3 ).
Sheboygan– 398 cases (+12) (4 deaths).
St. Croix – 333 cases (+4) (2 deaths).
Taylor – 33 cases (+1 ).
Trempealeau – 228 cases (+1) (1 death).
Vernon – 45 cases.
Vilas – 21 cases.
Walworth– 942 cases (+40) (18 deaths).
Washburn – 7 cases.
Washington – 570 cases (19 deaths).
Waukesha – 2,221 cases (+36) (40 deaths).
Waupaca – 224 cases (+9) (13 deaths).
Waushara – 52 cases.
Winnebago – 864 cases (+17) (14 deaths).
Wood – 135 cases (+2) (1 death).

Symptoms:.

Michigans Upper Peninsula.

Problem breathing.
Relentless pain or pressure in the chest.
New confusion or inability to awaken.
Bluish lips or face.
The CDC says this is not an extensive list. Speak with a medical company about any symptoms that are serious or worrying.

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On Monday, the state released 6,992 test outcomes. Out of those, 703 were favorable for the coronavirus, which is 10.1% of all test results. Another 6,289 tests were unfavorable for the virus.
The death toll represents 2% of recognized cases, a portion that held steady since Saturday. The state says 9,037 clients cases are still active, meaning they have not been cleared from seclusion.

Older individuals and those with underlying health conditions (heart disease, diabetes, lung disease) are thought about at high risk, according to the CDC. Precautions are also needed around people with establishing or compromised immune systems.
To help prevent the spread of the virus:.
Remain at least 6 feet far from other individuals.
Prevent close contact with individuals who are or appear ill.
Remain at house as much as possible.
Cancel occasions and avoid groups, gatherings, play dates and unnecessary appointments.
Stay house when you are sick, except to get healthcare.
Wash your hands regularly for a minimum of 20 seconds. If soap and water are not readily available, use an alcohol-based hand sanitizer with at least 60% alcohol.
Cover your mouth and nose with a mask. At a minimum, use a tissue when you sneeze or cough or utilize the within of your elbow.
Clean frequently-touched surface areas and items daily (e.g., tables, countertops, light switches, doorknobs, and cabinet deals with).

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

Prevention.

Alger – 3 cases.
Baraga – 5 cases.
Chippewa – 21 cases (+1 ).
Delta – 39 cases (+2) (3 deaths).
Dickinson – 30 cases (2 deaths).
Gogebic – 34 cases (+1) (1 deaths).
Houghton– 28 cases.
Iron – 10 cases (+1) (1 death).
Keweenaw – 2 cases.
Luce – 3 cases.
Mackinac – 10 cases (+1 ).
Marquette – 99 cases (+1) (11 deaths).
Menominee – 52 cases (+1 ).
Ontonagon – 1 case.
Schoolcraft – 7 cases.