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COVID-19 Daily Update, Wisconsin: Hospitalization Rises Sharply Over Last Week



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Summary:

  • COVID-19 hospitalizations continue to grow in the state. Less than a month ago, 268 people were hospitalized in the state, 90 of whom are in intensive care. According to the latest data from the Wisconsin Hospital Association, at least 528 hospitalizations and 151 hospitalizations have been reported. This is almost a doubling.
  • Six deaths were reported in the last 24 hours, killing 1,265 people. A total of 34 people have died in the past week. Two weeks ago, a total of 38 people died.
  • On Thursday, the State Department of Health reported an additional 2,392 cases of COVID-1
    9. In the last eight days, four daily reports have shown at least 2,000 new cases. There are currently 16,315 cases.

COVID-19 hospitalizations continue to grow in the state. Less than a month ago, 268 people were hospitalized in the state, 90 of whom are in intensive care. According to the latest data from the Wisconsin Hospital Association, at least 528 hospitalizations and 151 hospitalizations have been reported. That’s almost twice as much.

The increase in hospitalizations occurs mainly in the eastern part of the state, including the southeast, northeast and north central areas.

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On Thursday, the State Department of Health reported an additional 2,392 cases of COVID-19, which increased the number of active cases to 16,315. This was out of a total of 13,279 tests performed to date for a positivity rate of 18%.

The average percentage of positive cases was 17.3% in the last week, and this number is growing. During the same period, the state registered 1,940 new cases daily and performed an average of 11,418 tests daily.

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To date, 108,324 cases of COVID-19 have been reported in Wisconsin.

The patient recovered in approximately 84% of all cases (90,726 cases). Patients who are considered to be recovered either no longer show symptoms of COVID-19 or 30 days have passed since positive testing. In the remaining 1265 cases, the patient died.

Below we have collected only new data on Milwaukee County to take a closer look at the county’s development trends. Over the past week, the district received an average of 221 new cases daily. This number has risen sharply over the past ten days.

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Six deaths were reported in the last 24 hours, killing 1,265 people. A total of 34 people have died in the past week. Two weeks ago, a total of 38 people died.

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Milwaukee County has the highest number of deaths among all counties – 525. Other counties that killed more than 30 – Racine (95), Waukesha (87), Kenosha (65), Brown (62), Dane (41), Walworth (34 )), Washington (32) and Rock (32).

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Below, we’ve compiled data on Milwaukee County mortality to show the county’s development trends. No new deaths have been reported in the last 48 hours. A total of 525 deaths were reported in the district. There have been six deaths in the last week.

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The Wisconsin Hospital Association reports that as of Sept. 22, there were at least 474 people in the state hospitalized with COVID-19, and 134 of them were in intensive care. In total, 6.5% of confirmed cases lead to hospitalization and 1% to resuscitation. The changes provided by the federal reports caused a gap that you see in late July.

Today, the state can conduct 38,959 tests daily, distributed in 115 laboratories. An additional 22 laboratories are on board.

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Anyone who wants to be tested should be able to be tested by their primary care physician or on one of the many test sites. If you experience any of these symptoms, it is recommended that you be tested. Here are your options:

As before, the best way to protect yourself from COVID-19 is to limit your time in public places where you may be exposed to people who are not in your home. If you need to be in public, please practice social distance (more than 6 feet between you and other people), wear a mask or face covering whenever possible, and follow hygiene (hand washing after any exposure).

Number of COVID-19 cases by district

Adams 219
Ashland 82
Barron 437
Bayfield 93
Brown 8,221
Buffalo 130
Burnett 165
Calumet 984
Chippewa 498
Clark 359
Columbia 558
Crawford 152
Dane 9,203
Dodge 1,728
Door 293
Douglas 405
Dunn 449
Eau Claire 1,734
Florence 78
Fond du Lac 1,892
Forest 251
Grant 894
Green 466
Green Lake 231
Iowa 174
Iron 138
Jackson 125
Jefferson 1,298
Juneau 354
Kenosha 3,387
Kewaunee 459
La Crosse 2,838
Lafayette 248
Langlade 153
Lincoln 176
Manitowoc 957
Marathon 1,193
Marinette 816
Marquette 223
Menominee 59
Milwaukee 27,672
Monroe 444
Oconto 765
Oneida 398
Outagamie 3,920
Ozaukee 1,284
Pepin 59
Pierce 419
Polk 231
Portage 1,286
Price 69
Racine 4,656
Richland 103
Rock 2,382
Rusk 55
Sauk 858
Sawyer 200
Shawano 688
Sheboygan 1,529
St. Croix 868
Taylor 163
Trempealeau 596
Vernon 193
Vilas 184
Walworth 2,525
Washburn 96
Washington 2,442
Waukesha 6,945
Waupaca 963
Waushara 304
Winnebago 3,168
Wood 739
Total 108,324

Number of deaths from COVID-19 by district

Adams 4
Ashland 2
Barron 4
Bayfield 1
Brown 62
Buffalo 2
Burnett 3
Calumet 2
Chippewa 0
Clark 8
Columbia 2
Crawford 0
Dane 41
Dodge 14
Door 3
Douglas 0
Dunn 0
Eau Claire 6
Florence 1
Fond du Lac 13
Forest 4
Grant 19
Green 2
Green Lake 0
Iowa 0
Iron 1
Jackson 1
Jefferson 8
Juneau 2
Kenosha 65
Kewaunee 2
La Crosse 2
Lafayette 0
Langlade 2
Lincoln 1
Manitowoc 3
Marathon 14
Marinette 7
Marquette 1
Menominee 0
Milwaukee 525
Monroe 2
Oconto 4
Oneida 2
Outagamie 28
Ozaukee 19
Pepin 0
Pierce 6
Polk 2
Portage 4
Price 0
Racine 95
Richland 4
Rock 32
Rusk 1
Sauk 3
Sawyer 1
Shawano 1
Sheboygan 15
St. Croix 8
Taylor 3
Trempealeau 2
Vernon 0
Vilas 1
Walworth 34
Washburn 1
Washington 32
Waukesha 87
Waupaca 20
Waushara 2
Winnebago 24
Wood 5
Total 1,265


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