Wisconsin coronavirus cases, percentage of positive tests up again – WBAY

Older individuals and those with underlying health conditions (heart disease, diabetes, lung illness) are considered at high danger, according to the CDC. Precautions are likewise required around individuals with developing or deteriorated immune systems.
To assist prevent the spread of the virus:.
Stay at least six feet away from other people.
Avoid close contact with individuals who are or appear ill.
Stay at house as much as possible.
Cancel occasions and prevent groups, events, play dates and excessive consultations.
Stay house when you are ill, other than to get treatment.
Wash your hands frequently for at least 20 seconds. If soap and water are not offered, 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 utilize the within your elbow.
Clean frequently-touched surfaces and items daily (e.g., tables, countertops, light switches, doorknobs, and cabinet manages).

MADISON, Wis. (WBAY)– The coronavirus continues to spread in Wisconsin as regional governments and businesses are attempting to slow it down with mask orders.
The state reports 870 new cases, or nearly 6% (5.92%) of the 14,694 test results it got in the last 24-hour period. Fifty-six of Wisconsins 72 counties reported brand-new cases. Wisconsin now has a total 51,049 individuals whove checked positive.
There are 9,704 cases still active, which is 19% of the verified cases. Thats noteworthy, due to the fact that the portion of active cases was rising. Its back below 20% for the very first time given that early this month.
The state says 40,416 individuals are thought about recovered.

Signs that require instant medical attention consist of:.

Michigans Upper Peninsula.

The state uses an online a tool that shows COVID-19 activity over the previous 2 weeks for every county, including the number of cases per 100,000 locals and whether cases are on an upward, even, or downward pattern. You can see it by click on this link.
Signs:.

The state reports 870 brand-new cases, or almost 6% (5.92%) of the 14,694 test results it got in the last 24-hour period. Fifty-six of Wisconsins 72 counties reported new cases. There are 9,704 cases still active, which is 19% of the confirmed cases. Thats noteworthy, due to the fact that the portion of active cases was rising. In general, the death toll increased by 5 to 911 after the death count in Fond du Lac County was revised on more review.

Avoidance.

There are another 107 individuals in health centers believed of having COVID-19 waiting on their test outcomes.
County by county cases (counties noted in bold were reported to have brand-new cases):.
Wisconsin.

Fever of 100.4 or higher.
Cough.
Shortness of breath.
Chills.
Repeated shaking with chills.
Muscle pain.
Headache.
Sore throat.
Brand-new loss of taste or smell.

Difficulty breathing.
Consistent discomfort or pressure in the chest.
New confusion or inability to rouse.
Bluish lips or face.
The CDC says this is not an extensive list. Speak with a medical supplier about any symptoms that are extreme or concerning.

Six more individuals passed away. Overall, the death toll increased by 5 to 911 after the death count in Fond du Lac County was revised on further review. The deaths were reported in Milwaukee (1 ), Racine (2 ), Rock (1 ), Washington (1) and Waukesha (1 ).
The percentage of deaths remains at 1.8% of recognized cases; thats plateaued for three days after a slow however constant decline.
Wisconsin has now tested more than 900,000 individuals (902,440) for the coronavirus throughout almost 6 months.
Forty-six more individuals were hospitalized for COVID-19 in the previous 24 hours. With deaths and discharges, there are now 271 COVID-19 clients hospitalized, with 86 of them in extensive care, the state Department of Health Services reports. The percentage of coronavirus patients hospitalized for COVID-19 is down to 8.9%, down one-tenth of a percent from Tuesday.

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

Copyright 2020 WBAY. All rights booked.

Alger – 3 cases.
Baraga – 5 cases.
Chippewa – 20 cases.
Delta – 50 cases (+1) (3 deaths).
Dickinson – 42 cases (2 deaths).
Gogebic – 61 cases (+3) (1 deaths).
Houghton– 40 cases (+1 ).
Iron – 15 cases (1 death).
Keweenaw – 2 cases.
Luce – 3 cases.
Mackinac – 16 cases.
Marquette – 112 cases (+2) (11 deaths).
Menominee – 72 cases (+2 ).
Ontonagon – 2 cases.
Schoolcraft – 8 cases.

Adams – 65 cases (+1) (2 deaths).
Ashland – 15 cases.
Barron – 145 cases (+12) (3 deaths).
Bayfield – 19 cases (1 death).
Brown – 3,855 cases (+33) (50 deaths).
Buffalo– 40 cases (+3) (2 deaths).
Burnett – 13 cases (1 death).
Calumet – 224 cases (+3) (2 deaths).
Chippewa– 198 cases.
Clark – 166 cases (+5) (7 deaths).
Columbia – 204 cases (+6) (1 death).
Crawford– 54 cases (+1 ).
Dane– 3,970 cases (+66) (35 deaths).
Dodge – 634 cases (+7) (5 deaths).
Door – 82 cases (+1) (3 deaths).
Douglas – 102 cases (+6 ).
Dunn – 98 cases (+3 ).
Eau Claire – 448 cases (+7) (3 deaths).
Florence – 5 cases.
Fond du Lac – 513 cases (+10) (6 deaths) (revised -1 in state report).
Forest – 57 cases (4 deaths).
Grant – 303 cases (+4) (14 deaths).
Green – 121 cases (1 death).
Green Lake – 50 cases (+1 ).
Iowa – 56 cases (modified -2 in state report).
Iron – 68 cases (+1) (1 death).
Jackson – 43 cases (1 death).
Jefferson – 535 cases (+10) (4 deaths).
Juneau – 114 cases (+2) (1 death).
Kenosha– 2,341 cases (+36) (51 deaths).
Kewaunee – 106 cases (+1) (2 deaths).
La Crosse – 762 cases (+3) (1 death).
Lafayette – 101 cases.
Langlade – 38 cases (+3) (1 death).
Lincoln – 56 cases.
Manitowoc – 272 cases (+15) (1 death).
Marathon – 518 cases (+6) (4 deaths).
Marinette – 257 cases (+2) (3 deaths).
Marquette – 67 cases (+1) (1 death).
Menominee – 18 cases.
Milwaukee– 18,769 cases (+241) (429 deaths) (+1 ).
Monroe – 192 cases (+8) (1 death).
Oconto – 154 cases (+5 ).
Oneida – 74 cases (+4 ).
Outagamie – 1,008 cases (+17) (12 deaths).
Ozaukee– 494 cases (+12) (16 deaths).
Pepin – 41 cases.
Pierce – 159 cases (+7 ).
Polk – 105 cases (+2) (2 deaths).
Portage – 327 cases (+4 ).
Cost– 18 cases (revised -1 in state report).
Racine – 3,011 cases (+27) (75 deaths) (+2 ).
Richland – 22 cases (+1) (4 deaths).
Rock – 1,325 cases (+20) (26 deaths) (+1 ).
Rusk – 13 cases (1 death).
Sauk– 319 cases (+10) (3 deaths).
Sawyer – 27 cases (+1 ).
Shawano – 139 cases (+1 ).
Sheboygan– 558 cases (+53) (5 deaths).
St. Croix – 424 cases (+24) (2 deaths).
Taylor – 42 cases (+1 ).
Trempealeau – 281 cases (+4) (1 death).
Vernon – 51 cases.
Vilas – 25 cases (+1 ).
Walworth– 1,103 cases (+20) (21 deaths).
Washburn – 14 cases (+1 ).
Washington – 747 cases (+23) (22 deaths) (+1 ).
Waukesha– 3,284 cases (+110) (49 deaths) (+1 ).
Waupaca – 334 cases (+3) (14 deaths).
Waushara – 89 cases (+3 ).
Winnebago – 978 cases (+8) (16 deaths).
Wood – 189 cases (+13) (1 death).