Nearly 10% test positive for coronavirus – WBAY

MADISON, Wis. (WBAY) – After great numbers to begin the week, the crucial coronavirus stats headed in the incorrect direction at the end of the week.
Nearly 10% of tests (9.78%) received by Fridays cut-off were positive– 1,021 brand-new cases were discovered in 62 of Wisconsins 72 counties, out of 10,439 tests.
Thats the greatest portion because July 20, when the percentage of positive tests was over 10%– but that was from fewer than 7,000 tests.
Its the seventh time Wisconsin had more than 1,000 tests come back positive, all within the past 4 weeks. Thats likewise indicative of more testing during the past 4 weeks.

And its the most counties to have favorable outcomes in one 24-hour duration since we started noting cases by county on April 2. Twenty-four of those counties had double- or triple-digit boosts over Thursday.
Wisconsin has actually included more than 10,000 brand-new cases considering that August 1.
[CLICK HERE to find a community testing website] A total 64,227 individuals in the state have actually tested positive for the coronavirus, the unique infection that triggers COVID-19. The state checked 1,044,613 more who returned negative. When in the states data even if they have numerous tests, people are only counted.

7 more deaths were reported, consisting of Brown, Marathon and Winnebago counties, bringing the death toll to 1,025. The percentage of deaths is holding steady at 1.6% of recognized cases.
The percentage of active cases fell by one-tenth of a percent to 14%, or 9,003 active cases. Recuperated cases increased by one-tenth of a percent to 84.4%. To be thought about recuperated, an individual survives 30 days from their first signs or screening favorable, or their absence of symptoms or release from seclusion are medically recorded.
Sixty-five people were hospitalized for COVID-19 in the previous 24 hour duration. There have now been 5,235 patients hospitalized for COVID-19 treatment since February. The state reports 354 are currently hospitalized, with 109 in ICU.
Daily averages for coronavirus tests, deaths

August 1-14
12,411
806
6.73%.
7.

Avoidance.

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

Signs:.

Difficulty breathing.
Persistent discomfort or pressure in the chest.
New confusion or inability to stir.
Bluish lips or face.
The CDC says this is not an all-encompassing list. Seek advice from a medical supplier about any symptoms that are extreme or concerning.

April.
1,917.
183.
9.67%.
10.

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

The coronavirus is a new, or “novel,” infection. No one has a natural resistance to it. Teens and children seem to recover best from the virus. Older individuals and those with underlying health conditions (heart disease, diabetes, lung disease) are considered at high threat, according to the CDC. Precautions are also needed around individuals with developing or damaged body immune systems.
To help avoid the spread of the infection:.
Stay at least six feet far from other individuals.
Avoid close contact with individuals who are or appear sick.
Stay at home as much as possible.
Cancel occasions and avoid groups, events, play dates and inessential visits.
Stay at home when you are ill, other than to get treatment.
Wash your hands regularly for at least 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 inside of your elbow.

March.
604.
44.
16.81% *.
0.6 **.

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Alger – 15 cases (+1 ).
Baraga – 5 cases.
Chippewa – 31 cases.
Delta – 88 cases (+5) (3 deaths).
Dickinson – 58 cases (2 deaths).
Gogebic – 124 cases (+2) (1 death).
Houghton– 46 cases (+2 ).
Iron – 20 cases (1 death).
Keweenaw – 2 cases.
Luce – 23 cases (+19 ).
Mackinac – 22 cases (+2 ).
Marquette – 170 cases (+6) (11 deaths).
Menominee – 144 cases (+8 ).
Ontonagon– 20 cases (+3 ).
Schoolcraft – 12 cases.

Month
Avg. test results
Avg. positive
Avg. % favorable
Avg. deaths

The portion of active cases fell by one-tenth of a percent to 14%, or 9,003 active cases. Recovered cases increased by one-tenth of a percent to 84.4%. Outcomes, positive and deaths are rounded to whole numbers. * March consists of two days when all tests were positive– 1 outcome on March 1 and 8 outcomes on March 14– and two days with no favorable results. ** No deaths were recorded on 21 days in March; for the 10 days deaths were taped, the average is 1.8/ day.

July.
11,835.
783.
7.03%.
5.

Results, positive and deaths are rounded to entire numbers. ** No deaths were recorded on 21 days in March; for the 10 days deaths were taped, the average is 1.8/ day.
County case numbers (counties noted in bold were reported to have new cases or deaths. For consistency, we utilize data from the DHS; county health departments may report various numbers due to the fact that their figures are compiled at various times):.
Wisconsin.

Signs that need instant medical attention consist of:.

Adams – 93 cases (+2) (2 deaths).
Ashland – 30 cases (+1) (1 death).
Barron – 320 cases (+5) (3 deaths).
Bayfield – 32 cases (+2) (1 death).
Brown – 4,425 cases (+34) (55 deaths) (+1 ).
Buffalo – 45 cases (2 deaths).
Burnett – 28 cases (+3) (1 death).
Calumet – 372 cases (+17) (2 deaths).
Chippewa – 259 cases (+7 ).
Clark – 196 cases (+5) (8 deaths).
Columbia – 279 case (+5) (2 deaths).
Crawford – 84 cases (+2 ).
Dane – 4,749 cases (+83) (38 deaths).
Dodge – 894 cases (+19) (5 deaths).
Door – 109 cases (3 deaths).
Douglas – 212 cases (+5 ).
Dunn – 138 cases (+4 ).
Eau Claire – 645 cases (+16) (4 deaths).
Florence – 12 cases (+2 ).
Fond du Lac – 744 cases (+32) (8 deaths).
Forest – 60 cases (4 deaths).
Grant – 387 cases (+12) (16 deaths).
Green – 194 cases (+8) (1 death).
Green Lake – 61 cases (+1 ).
Iowa – 93 cases (+5 ).
Iron – 78 cases (+2) (1 death).
Jackson – 61 cases (+1) (1 death).
Jefferson – 690 cases (+23) (5 deaths).
Juneau – 149 cases (+4) (1 death).
Kenosha – 2,734 cases (+16) (60 deaths).
Kewaunee – 141 cases (+4) (2 deaths).
La Crosse – 951 cases (+6) (1 death).
Lafayette – 166 cases (+7 ).
Langlade – 70 cases (+3) (1 death).
Lincoln – 73 cases (+2 ).
Manitowoc – 373 cases (+12) (1 death).
Marathon – 680 cases (+9) (11 deaths) (+1 ).
Marinette – 479 cases (+30) (5 deaths).
Marquette – 81 cases (+1) (1 death).
Menominee – 26 cases.
Milwaukee– 21,879 (+213) (462 deaths).
Monroe – 249 cases (2 deaths).
Oconto – 263 cases (+1) (1 death).
Oneida – 170 cases (+10 ).
Outagamie – 1,354 cases (+28) (14 deaths).
Ozaukee – 757 cases (+20) (18 deaths).
Pepin – 43 cases (+1 ).
Pierce – 232 cases (+2) (3 deaths).
Polk – 140 cases (+2) (2 deaths).
Portage – 448 cases (+10 ).
Rate – 32 cases.
Racine – 3,643 cases (+44) (78 deaths).
Richland – 37 cases (4 deaths).
Rock – 1,470 (+8) (26 deaths).
Rusk – 21 cases (1 death).
Sauk – 495 cases (+11) (3 deaths).
Sawyer – 92 cases (+6 ).
Shawano – 210 cases (+3 ).
Sheboygan – 814 cases (+10) (8 deaths).
St. Croix – 528 cases (+4) (6 deaths) (+1 ).
Taylor – 77 cases (+4) (1 death).
Trempealeau – 364 cases (+4) (2 deaths).
Vernon – 70 cases (+2 ).
Vilas – 69 cases (+3 ).
Walworth – 1,430 cases (+29) (24 deaths).
Washburn – 48 cases (number modified -1 by state).
Washington – 1,188 cases (+41) (23 deaths) (+1 ).
Waukesha – 4,657 cases (+142) (63 deaths) (+1 ).
Waupaca – 507 cases (+13) (16 deaths).
Waushara – 122 cases (1 death).
Winnebago – 1,248 cases (+13) (19 deaths) (+1 ).
Wood – 357 cases (+18) (2 deaths).

June.
9,990.
342.
3.57%.
6.

Michigans Upper Peninsula.

May.
6,202.
373.
6.55%.
9.