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Coronavirus in Wisconsin: No new deaths reported, 280 new cases statewide – Green Bay Press Gazette

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State health officials reported 280 more confirmed cases of COVID-19 Sunday, bringing the total number of cases to 24,819.

The new cases account for 4.6% of the 6,051 tests that came back positive, according to the state Department of Health Services. The number of test results that came back Sunday was the second least over the last two weeks.

No new deaths were reported. The total number of deaths statewide stood at 744 as of Sunday, according to DHS.

There were 4,761 active COVID-19 cases in Wisconsin as of Sunday, making up 19% of all confirmed cases. Three percent of people with the virus have died and 78% of people have recovered, according to DHS.

In Wisconsin, 243 people were hospitalized for the virus as of Sunday. Of those, 94 patients were in intensive care. In addition, 153 hospital patients are awaiting coronavirus test results, according to the Wisconsin Hospital Association. 

The breakdown of cases by county is as follows:

  • 10,267 in Milwaukee County
  • 2,580 in Brown County
  • 2,081 in Racine County
  • 1,416 in Kenosha County
  • 1,098 in Dane County
  • 1,003 in Waukesha County
  • 791 in Rock County
  • 601 in Winnebago County
  • 498 in Walworth County
  • 434 in Dodge County
  • 321 in Washington County
  • 396 in Outagamie County
  • 290 in Fond du Lac County
  • 207 in Ozaukee County
  • 177 in Jefferson County
  • 161 in Eau Claire County
  • 185 in Sheboygan County
  • 128 in St. Croix County
  • 125 in Grant County
  • 96 in Sauk County
  • 92 in Calumet County
  • 80 in Green County
  • 250 in La Crosse County
  • 111 in Marathon County
  • 69 in Chippewa County
  • 91 in Portage, Trempealeau and Waupaca counties
  • 68 in Columbia, Manitowoc and Shawano counties
  • 58 in Clark County
  • 57 in Pierce County
  • 54 in Lafayette County
  • 46 in Monroe and Oconto counties
  • 44 in Kewaunee County
  • 42 in Marinette County
  • 40 in Door and Polk counties
  • 35 in Forest County
  • 32 in Wood County
  • 31 in Barron and Crawford counties
  • 29 in Dunn and Vernon counties
  • 28 in Juneau County
  • 24 in Green Lake and Jackson counties
  • 21 in Iowa County
  • 20 in Douglas and Waushara counties
  • 17 in Oneida County
  • 15 in Richland County
  • 11 in Rusk County
  • 10 in Adams and Vilas counties
  • 9 in Sawyer and Taylor counties
  • 8 in Lincoln County
  • 7 in Langlade County
  • 6 in Buffalo County
  • 4 in Menominee and Washburn counties
  • 3 in Ashland and Bayfield counties
  • 2 in Burnett, Florence, Iron and Price counties 
  • 1 in Pepin County

The state totals are frozen once each day and might not match up-to-date county figures.

More than 8.8 million cases of the virus have been reported across the globe, according to Johns Hopkins University. Over 2.2 million of the cases were confirmed in the United States.

Contact Benita Mathew at (920) 309-3428 or bmathew@gannett.com. Follow her on Twitter at @benita_mathew.

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