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Wisconsin nearly 1,000 COVID-19 died; more than 60,000 confirmed cases



MADISON (WKOW) – Wisconsin nearly 1,000 people were confirmed dead from COVID-19 on Sunday.

This milestone comes just over six months after the Wisconsin Department of Health confirmed the state’s first case of COVID-19.

The Department of Health Services reported 7,418 new test results, of which 621 – or 8.4% – were positive, according to data released today.

In the remaining trials, 91.6 percent returned negative results. However, a negative test only means that the person tested was not ill at that time. They can still contract with COVID-19.

According to DHS, measuring the percentage of new cases returned in tests every day helps to distinguish if the increased number of cases is due to greater spread or more testing.

The seven-day average fell to 804 new cases per day, up from 847 yesterday.

DHS also listed 2 new deaths, out of a total of 998 people (1

.6% of positive cases) who died from the disease.

The state reported 20 new hospitalizations. Wisconsin hospitals currently treat 355 patients with COVID-19. In which, 94 people are lying in the special care room.

The state reported 6,797 new negative test results.

Of all the positive cases reported since the pandemic began, 49,283, or 82%, were considered to have recovered.

DHS currently has a county dashboard that assesses COVID-19 activity in the Health Care Emergency Readiness Coalition counties and regions to measure what DHS calls a burden in each county. . See dashboard HERE.

Percentage of positive cases

Day Percentage
August 8 8.4
August 8 8.9
August 7 7
August 6 4.7
August 5 5.2
August 4 4.0
August 3 5,6
August 2 9.1
August 1st 7.1

Death or hospitalization due to COVID-19

Day New
death
New
hospitalize
Total
death
Total
hosp.
August 9 2 20 998 5,000
August 8 6 50 996 4,980
August 7 twelfth 49 990 4930
August 6 8 55 979 4881
August 5 9 43 970 4826
August 4 twelfth 51 961 4783
August 3 first 15 949 4732
August 2 first 36 948 4717
August 1st 13 44 947 4681

The Wisconsin Department of Health Services updates the statistics daily on its website at around 2pm

(Our full coronavirus coverage is available here.)

The new coronavirus strain causes COVID-19 disease. Symptoms include cough, fever, and difficulty breathing. A complete list of symptoms is available on the Center for Disease Control website.

In severe cases, pneumonia can develop. People at greatest risk include the elderly, people with heart or lung disease as well as anyone at higher risk of infection.

For most, the virus is mild, manifesting similar to a common cold or the flu.

Anyone who thinks they might have an illness should call the hospital or clinic first before coming to get diagnosed. Doing so gives staff time to take appropriate precautions so that the virus does not spread.

Those who need emergency medical services should continue using 911.

Number of positive and fatalities by county

Wisconsin County Optimistic as of September 8, 2020 Negative as of September 8, 2020 Death since September 8, 2020 Rate (positive case per 100,000 people) as of September 8, 2020 Mortality by case (percentage of deaths) as of 9/8/2020
Adams 85 2,591 2 423.5 2%
Ashland 25 1,741 first 159.1 4%
Barron 293 6.110 3 647.5 first%
Bayfield 27 1,877 first 180.1 4%
brown 4,264 50,383 54 1641.4 first%
buffalo 43 1,698 2 326.6 5%
Burnett 22 1,628 first 144.2 5%
Calumet 320 6,099 2 642.5 first%
Chippewa 230 10.416 0 361.4 0%
Clark 184 3,763 7 533.5 4%
Columbia 248 9,850 first 435.4 0%
Crawford 75 3,414 0 460.5 0%
Dane 4,536 136,795 39 856.1 first%
Dodge 819 16,613 5 933.1 first%
Door 106 4,475 3 386.3 3%
Douglas 173 4,979 0 398.6 0%
Dunn 123 5,738 0 276.4 0%
Clean water 588 14,814 4 570.9 first%
Florence 8 636 0 184.5 0%
Lake bottom 657 15,007 7 642.1 first%
Forest 59 996 4 654.2 7%
Grant 353 9,023 15 686.9 4%
green 162 4,932 first 439.5 first%
Green lake 56 2,552 0 298.6 0%
Iowa 80 3,689 0 338.7 0%
Iron 75 1,184 first 1312.3 first%
Jackson 58 5,418 first 282.8 2%
Jefferson 631 13,410 5 745.4 first%
Juneau 137 6,220 first 518.6 first%
Kenosha 2,667 29,341 60 1584.4 2%
Kewaunee 131 2,574 2 643.4 2%
Cross 908 17,892 first 770.5 0%
Lafayette 139 2,350 0 830.6 0%
Langlade 65 2,283 first 339.2 2%
Lincoln 68 3,353 0 244.2 0%
Manitowoc 337 10,671 first 424.4 0%
Marathon 646 13,658 9 477.6 first%
Marinette 395 7,317 3 974.4 first%
Marquette 80 2,102 first 526.1 first%
Menominee 22 1.743 0 480.5 0%
Milwaukee 21,062 194,005 456 2207.3 2%
Monroe 243 7,359 2 534.0 first%
Oconto 248 6,046 0 660.3 0%
Oneida 131 4,879 0 370.6 0%
Outagamie 1,252 26,248 14 677.7 first%
Ozaukee 692 13,055 17 783.8 2%
Pepin 42 1,010 0 578.4 0%
Drill 222 4,903 2 533.6 first%
Polk 132 6.125 2 304.5 2%
Transport fee 411 9.130 0 582.2 0%
Price 32 1,877 0 237.2 0%
Racecourse 3.514 46,279 78 1798.4 2%
Rich 37 2,920 4 211.0 11%
Rock 1,432 25,081 26 885.2 2%
That 20 1.353 first 141.0 5%
Sauk 444 12,973 3 698.2 first%
Sawyer sixty seven 2.747 0 409.3 0%
Shawano 196 6,458 0 477.9 0%
Sheboygan 746 16.275 9 647.5 first%
St. Croix 493 10,920 5 560.8 first%
Taylor 69 1.916 first 339.0 first%
Trempealeau 336 4,978 2 1141.4 first%
Vernon sixty four 4,037 0 209.7 0%
Vilas 53 2,476 0 245.4 0%
Walworth 1,335 16,943 23 1296.0 2%
Wash 47 2.039 0 299.6 0%
Washington 1,066 17,098 22 792.4 2%
Waukesha 4,234 54,814 58 1061.5 first%
Waupaca 453 7,977 15 880.6 3%
Church 116 5,357 first 481.0 first%
Winnebago 1,176 27,565 18 692.1 2%
The wood 29 9,564 first 397.1 0%
Total 60,554 993,742 998 1047.9 2%

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