Saturday, July 11, 2020

Wisconsin COVID-19 cases mapped and graphed


Total tests (positive and negative) as of 7/10: 682,183 - a one-day increase of 12,019.  926 positive (7.7%).

Counties with largest numerical gains (33):
  • Milwaukee (349)
  • Dane 113)
  • Waukesha (54)
  • Brown (53)
  • Kenosha, Racine (20 each)
  • Outagamie, Walworth (18 each)
  • La Crosse (17)
  • Ozaukee, Washington (16 each)
  • Rock (15)
  • Jefferson (14)
  • Marathon (11)
  • Dodge, Fond du Lac, Grant, Monroe, Portage (10 each)
  • Eau Claire, Pepin (9 each)
  • Calumet, Manitowoc, Sheboygan, Waupaca (8 each)
  • Marinette, Pierce (7 each)
  • Douglas, Kewaunee, St. Croix, Trempealeau (6 each)
  • Marquette, Winnebago (5 each)
784 of 845, or 93% 

15 of 72 counties with no new cases.








Related posts:
Alabama.  (7/6/2020)
Arizona.  (7/6/2020)
Arkansas.  (7/9/2020)
California.  (7/5/2020)
Connecticut.  (7/10/2020)
Florida.  (7/6/2020)
Georgia.  (7/6/2020)
Idaho.  (7/5/2020)
Illinois.  (7/7/2020)
Indiana.  (7/10/2020)
Iowa.  (7/10/2020)
Kansas.  (7/9/2020)
Kentucky.  (7/9/2020)
Louisiana.  (7/11/2020)
Maryland.  (7/8/2020)
Massachusetts.  (7/7/2020)
Michigan.  (7/7/2020)
Minnesota.  (7/9/2020)
Mississippi.  (7/6/2020)
Montana. (7/10/2020)
Nebraska.  (7/9/2020)
Nevada.  (7/8/2020)
New Jersey,  (7/7/2020)
New York.  (7/7/2020)
North Carolina.  (7/5/2020)
North Dakota.  (7/5/2020)
Ohio.  (7/11/2020)
Pennsylvania.  (7/6/2020)
South Carolina.  (7/7/2020)
South Dakota.  (7/9/2020)
Tennessee.  (7/10/2020)
Texas   (7/11/2020)
Utah.  (7/7/2020)
Virginia.  (7/10/2020)
Washington State.  (6/12/2020)
West Virginia.  (7/1/2020)
Wisconsin.  (7/11/2020)




Counties with largest numerical gains (28):
  • Milwaukee (308)
  • Dane 119)
  • Waukesha (50)
  • Kenosha (31)
  • Rock (26)
  • Jefferson (23)
  • Brown (21)
  • Outagamie (18)
  • Marathon (17)
  • St. Croix (14)
  • Portage (13)
  • Racine (12)
  • Walworth (11)
  • Calumet, Fond du Lac, Monroe, Sheboygan (10 each)
  • Dodge, Eau Claire, La Crosse, Pierce (9 each)
  • Winnebago (8)
  • Manitowoc, Marinette, Sauk (7 each)
  • Ozaukee (6)
  • Clark, Washington (5 each)
784 of 845, or 93% 

15 of 72 counties with no new cases.







Counties with largest numerical gains (29):
  • Milwaukee (276)
  • Dane (65)
  • Waukesha (43)
  • Kenosha (38)
  • Brown (35)
  • Racine (22)
  • Winnebago (21)
  • Rock (18)
  • Outagamie (16)
  • Jefferson (12)
  • Sheboygan, Trempealeau, Walworth (10 each)
  • Marquette (9)
  • Eau Claire, Fond du Lac, Marathon, Monroe, Portage, Sauk (7 each)
  • Calumet, Ozaukee (6 each)
  • Clark, Columbia, Grant, St. Croix, Waupaca (5 each)



Wisconsin Department of Health Services

Counties with largest numerical gains (24):
  • Milwaukee (189)
  • Dane (77)
  • Waukesha (54)
  • Racine (19)
  • Kenosha, Trempealeau (18 each)
  • Rock (17)
  • La Crosse (16)
  • Brown (15)
  • Outagamie (14)
  • Monroe (13)
  • Walworth (12)
  • Jefferson (11)
  • Sheboygan (10)
  • Fond du Lac, Washington (8 each)
  • Eau Claire, Marathon, St. Croix, Sauk, Waupaca, Wood (7 each)
  • Chippewa, Manitowoc (6 each)
553 of 598, or 92% 

15 of 72 counties with no new cases.





Wisconsin Department of Health Services

Counties with largest numerical gains (23):
  • Milwaukee (163)
  • Dane (53)
  • Racine (35)
  • Brown (33)
  • Outagamie (25)
  • Kenosha (18)
  • Waukesha (17)
  • Chippewa, St. Croix (13 each)
  • Eau Claire, Fond du Lac, Ozaukee, Walworth (10 each)
  • Sheboygan (9)
  • Winnebago (8)
  • Marquette, Rock, Waupaca, Washington (7 each)
  • Calumet, Manitowoc (6 each)
  • Douglas, La Crosse (5 each)
456 of 495, or 92% 

21 of 72 counties with no new cases.




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Counties with largest numerical gains (16):
  • Milwaukee (163)
  • Dane (71)
  • Rock (41)
  • Waukesha (33)
  • Brown (31)
  • Marathon (15)
  • St. Croix (13)
  • Outagamie (12)
  • Fond du Lac (9)
  • Monroe, Sheboygan (7 each)
  • Eau Claire, Jefferson, Kenosha, Trempealeau, Washington (6 each)
432 of 484, or 89% 

34 of 72 counties with no new cases, including Winnebago.





Related posts:
Alabama.  (7/6/2020)
Arizona.  (7/6/2020)
Arkansas.  (7/2/2020)
California.  (7/5/2020)
Connecticut.  (7/3/2020)
Florida.  (7/6/2020)
Georgia.  (7/6/2020)
Idaho.  (7/5/2020)
Illinois.  (6/30/2020)
Indiana.  (6/27/2020)
Iowa.  (7/3/2020)
Kansas.  (7/2/2020)
Kentucky.  (7/2/2020)
Louisiana.  (7/4/2020)
Maryland.  (7/1/2020)
Massachusetts.  (6/30/2020)
Michigan.  (6/30/2020)
Minnesota.  (7/2/2020)
Mississippi.  (7/6/2020)
Montana. (7/3/2020)
Nebraska.  (7/2/2020)
Nevada.  (7/1/2020)
New Jersey,  (6/30/2020)
New York.  (6/30/2020)
North Carolina.  (7/5/2020)
North Dakota.  (7/5/2020)
Ohio.  (7/4/2020)
Pennsylvania.  (6/30/2020)
South Carolina.  (7/1/2020)
South Dakota.  (7/2/2020)
Tennessee.  (7/3/2020)
Texas   (7/4/2020)
Utah.  (6/30/2020)
Virginia.  (7/3/2020)
Washington State.  (6/12/2020)
West Virginia.  (7/1/2020)
Wisconsin.  (7/6/2020)




Wisconsin Department of Health Services

Counties with largest numerical gains (23):
  • Milwaukee (150)
  • Dane (83)
  • Waukesha (62)
  • Brown, Racine (21 each)
  • Outagamie (16)
  • Kenosha, Walworth (12 each)
  • Jefferson, Portage (11 each)
  • Winnebago (10)
  • Marathon (9)
  • Washington (8)
  • Columbia, Ozaukee, Waupaca (7 each)
  • Manitowoc (6)
  • Adams, Dodge, Eau Claire, La Crosse, Sheboygan, Wood (5 each)
483 of 522, or 93% 

27 of 72 counties with no new cases, including Winnebago.





Wisconsin Department of Health Services

Counties with largest numerical gains:
  • Milwaukee (260)
  • Dane (128)
  • Waukesha (45)
  • Brown (31)
  • Kenosha, Walworth (27 each)
  • Eau Claire, Outagamie (16 each)
  • Jefferson (14)
  • La Crosse (13)
  • Marathon, Portage (12 each)
  • Ozaukee, St. Croix, Washington (11 each)
  • Wood (10)
  • Winnebago (9)
  • Grant (7)
  • Marquette, Monroe, Waupaca (6 each)
678 of 739, or 92% 

21 of 72 counties with no new cases, including Winnebago.





Wisconsin Department of Health Services

Counties with largest numerical gains:
  • Milwaukee (174)
  • Dane (114)
  • Brown (31)
  • Walworth (28)
  • Waukesha (22)
  • Kenosha (16)
  • Washington (16)
  • Rock (15)
  • Eau Claire (14)
  • St. Croix (12)
  • Dodge, Sheboygan (9 each)
  • Douglas, Outagamie, Sauk (8 each)
  • Monroe, Racine (7 each)
  • Portage, Wood (6 each)
  • La Crosse (5)
515 of 579, or 89% 

18 of 72 counties with no new cases, including Winnebago.





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Arizona.  (6/15/2020)
Arkansas.  (6/25/2020)
California.  (6/28/2020)
Connecticut.  (6/26/2020)
Florida.  (6/15/2020)
Georgia.  (6/15/2020)
Idaho.  (6/28/2020)
Illinois.  (6/16/2020)
Indiana.  (6/27/2020)
Iowa.  (6/26/2020)
Kansas.  (6/25/2020)
Kentucky.  (6/25/2020)
Louisiana.  (6/27/2020)
Maryland.  (6/24/2020)
Massachusetts.  (6/16/2020)
Michigan.  (6/23/2020)
Minnesota.  (6/25/2020)
Mississippi.  (6.15/2020)
Nebraska.  (6/25/2020)
New Jersey,  (6/23/2020)
New York.  (6/23/2020)
North Carolina.  (6/28/2020)
North Dakota.  (6/28/2020)
Ohio.  (6/27/2020)
Pennsylvania.  (6/16/2020)
South Carolina.  (6/24/2020)
South Dakota.  (6/24/2020)
Tennessee.  (6/26/2020)
Texas   (6/27/2020)
Utah.  (6/17/2020)
Virginia.  (6/26/2020)
Washington State.  (6/12/2020)
West Virginia.  (6/24/2020)
Wisconsin.  (6/28/2020)



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Arizona.  (6/15/2020)
Arkansas.  (6/25/2020)
California.  (6/14/2020)
Connecticut.  (6/26/2020)
Florida.  (6/15/2020)
Georgia.  (6/15/2020)
Idaho.  (6/14/2020)
Illinois.  (6/16/2020)
Indiana.  (6/13/2020)
Iowa.  (6/13/2020)
Kansas.  (6/25/2020)
Kentucky.  (6/25/2020)
Louisiana.  (6/13/2020)
Maryland.  (6/24/2020)
Massachusetts.  (6/16/2020)
Michigan.  (6/23/2020)
Minnesota.  (6/25/2020)
Mississippi.  (6.15/2020)
Nebraska.  (6/25/2020)
New Jersey,  (6/23/2020)
New York.  (6/23/2020)
North Carolina.  (6/14/2020)
North Dakota.  (6/14/2020)
Ohio.  (6/13/2020)
Pennsylvania.  (6/16/2020)
South Carolina.  (6/24/2020)
South Dakota.  (6/24/2020)
Tennessee.  (6/26/2020)
Texas   (6/13/2020)
Utah.  (6/17/2020)
Virginia.  (6/26/2020)
Washington State.  (6/12/2020)
West Virginia.  (6/24/2020)
Wisconsin.  (6/26/2020)



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Arizona.  (6/15/2020)
Arkansas.  (6/25/2020)
California.  (6/14/2020)
Connecticut.  (6/12/2020)
Florida.  (6/15/2020)
Georgia.  (6/15/2020)
Idaho.  (6/14/2020)
Illinois.  (6/16/2020)
Indiana.  (6/13/2020)
Iowa.  (6/13/2020)
Kansas.  (6/25/2020)
Kentucky.  (6/25/2020)
Louisiana.  (6/13/2020)
Maryland.  (6/24/2020)
Massachusetts.  (6/16/2020)
Michigan.  (6/23/2020)
Minnesota.  (6/25/2020)
Mississippi.  (6.15/2020)
Nebraska.  (6/25/2020)
New Jersey,  (6/23/2020)
New York.  (6/23/2020)
North Carolina.  (6/14/2020)
North Dakota.  (6/14/2020)
Ohio.  (6/13/2020)
Pennsylvania.  (6/16/2020)
South Carolina.  (6/24/2020)
South Dakota.  (6/24/2020)
Tennessee.  (6/12/2020)
Texas   (6/13/2020)
Utah.  (6/17/2020)
Virginia.  (6/12/2020)
Washington State.  (6/12/2020)
West Virginia.  (6/10/2020)
Wisconsin.  (6/24/2020)




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    Idaho.  (5/5/2020)
    Illinois.  (5/5/2020)
    Indiana.  (5/3/2020)
    Iowa.  (5/5/2020)
    Kentucky.  (4/30/2020)
    Louisiana.  (5/2/2020)
    Maryland.  (5/4/2020)
    Massachusetts.  (5/5/2020)
    Michigan.  (5/5/2020)
    New Jersey,  (5/5/2020)
    New York.  (5/5/2020)
    Pennsylvania.  (5/5/2020)
    South Dakota.  (4/30/2020)
    Tennessee.  (5/1/2020)
    Texas (5/2/2020)
    Washington State.  (4/30/2020)
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    Idaho.  (4/29/2020)
    Illinois.  (5/2/2020)
    Indiana.  (5/3/2020)
    Iowa.  (5/3/2020)
    Kentucky.  (4/30/2020)
    Louisiana.  (5/2/2020)
    Maryland.  (5/4/2020)
    Massachusetts.  (5/4/2020)
    Michigan.  (5/3/2020)
    New Jersey,  (5/3/2020)
    New York.  (5/3/2020)
    Pennsylvania.  (5/3/2020)
    South Dakota.  (4/30/2020)
    Tennessee.  (5/1/2020)
    Texas (5/2/2020)
    Washington State.  (4/30/2020)
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    Idaho.  (4/29/2020)
    Illinois.  (5/2/2020)
    Indiana.  (5/1/2020)
    Iowa.  (5/3/2020)
    Kentucky.  (4/30/2020)
    Louisiana.  (5/2/2020)
    Maryland.  (4/29/2020)
    Massachusetts.  (5/2/2020)
    Michigan.  (5/3/2020)
    New Jersey,  (5/3/2020)
    New York.  (5/3/2020)
    Pennsylvania.  (5/2/2020)
    South Dakota.  (4/30/2020)
    Tennessee.  (5/1/2020)
    Texas (5/2/2020)
    Washington State.  (4/30/2020)
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    4/15 Wisconsin DHS updates
    3,721 COVID-19 cases in 65 counties
    166 new cases
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    Wisconsin Gov. Tony Evers calls lawmakers into session days before election to stop in-person voting.  (Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, 4/3/2020)
    Republican Senate Majority Leader Scott Fitzgerald earlier this week called Evers' suggestion that his hands are tied "cowardice" given the governor's past support for keeping the election in place. The lawmakers are unlikely to take the action Evers wants but haven't yet said Friday whether they'll make the changes the governor is requesting.



    Federal judge extends absentee balloting by six days but does not delay April 7 election in Wisconsin.  (Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, 4/2/2020) 
    The ruling by U.S. District Judge William Conley will allow absentee ballots to be counted if they arrive by April 13 — six days after election day. He also gave people until Friday to request absentee ballots and loosened another voting rule as people turn to absentee voting in record numbers. 
    But Conley did not go as far as Democrats and voter mobilization groups wanted and declined to postpone Tuesday's election. On the ballot is the presidential primary and elections for state Supreme Court and local offices around the state



    Judge signals he will expand voting but not delay Wisconsin's election amid coronavirus outbreak.  (Milwaukee Journal Sentinel,  4/1/2020)
    A federal judge is signaling he will not move next week's presidential primary but will expand people's ability to vote — possibly by allowing them to cast ballots by mail after election day because of the coronavirus pandemic. 
    U.S. District Judge William Conley will hold a hearing at 1 p.m. over what changes, if any, he should make to Tuesday's election as mayors and clerks warn that voters and poll workers could be sickened and ballots could go uncounted. 
    In a video conference with attorneys Tuesday, Conley indicated he did not think he could change the election date but believed he could offer significant other help for voters. Conley did not allow reporters to listen in on Tuesday's video conference, but three people familiar with his comments described them to the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. 

    Milwaukee Journal Sentinel headline news (3/31/2020)



    New cases confirmed in Jackson and Marquette counties.


    Evers announces partnerships with Exact Sciences, Marshfield Clinic, Promega, UW Health to double coronavirus testing in Wisconsin.  (Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, 3/30/2020)
    So far, the Wisconsin Clinical Lab Network has been completing 1,500 to 2,000 tests per day, the release said. The expanded partnership is expected to double that amount as supplies become available.  



    The projection assumes Wisconsin residents maintain social distancing, with schools and nonessential businesses closed and the governor’s “Safer at Home” order still in effect. The projections indicate the number of people hospitalized by late May could be fewer than 100 or more than 3,000, with about 1,358 the most likely number.



    First cases in Grant, Iowa, and Monroe counties.

    • State reports biggest single-day spike in cases
    • Ascension will not bill uninsured COVID-19 patients
    • Plasma from recovered patients tested in China, with success
    • Yes, golf courses must close with safer-at-home order
    • Dane County reports first coronavirus death
    • Breweries getting into the hand sanitizer business



    Wisconsin health officials' warning: 1,000 deaths, 22K illnesses in 2 weeks if order to stay home not heeded.  (Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, 3/24/2020)
    Without the order — which has been questioned widely by Republican lawmakers — the number of infected people in Wisconsin by April 8 will be 50 times larger than the 457 cases the state has today, Department of Health Services Secretary Andrea Palm said Tuesday.
    More than 101,400 new unemployment claims in 9 days as the coronavirus pandemic closes businesses.  (Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, 3/24/2020)
    Just Monday, around 21,250 new unemployment claims were filed, according to preliminary data released by the state's Department of Workforce Development. That same day, 12 companies filed mass layoff notices with the department signaling that more than 900 employees would be cut.



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    Wisconsin now has over 400 confirmed cases of coronavirus, but Monday's increase was smaller than in recent days.  (Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, 3/23/2020)
    State Department of Health Services chief medical officer Ryan Westergaard said Monday's smaller increase may be related to fewer people seeking care over the weekend and added that there is "wide uncertainty over our number of cases. 
    " Still, he said, "we certainly hope it's the case that it's because the number of cases are not growing."

    Source:  Wisconsin Department of Health Services

    Milwaukee Journal Sentinel coronavirus updates:
    • Uline Inc. responds to New York Times story
    • Alverno College to donate protective gear, continue online classes for rest of semester
    • Domestic violence shelters, hotlines remain remain open
    • State asks FEMA for help getting supplies for police, firefighters
    • Wauwatosa senior living center resident tests positive



    Milwaukee Journal Sentinel coronavirus updates:
    • Family of Fond du Lac man who died from COVID-19 speaks
    • Molson Coors pledges $1 million for relief fund fork
    •  bartenders
    • State delays tax deadline to July Wisconsin farmers to feel the pain as ethanol plants slash production
    • Sub-Zero, Wolf appliance plants start layoff
    • Lucky Liu's temporarily closes after verbal attack
    • GE, union agree to emergency contract to build ventilators in Madison
    • Oak Creek Woodman's initially limits number of customers allowed in store



    Wisconsin cases surpass 200, Evers asks people to leave home only if necessary. (Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, 3/20/2020)
    Since Thursday's update, the state also saw its first three deaths from the virus: a man in his 50s from Fond du Lac County, a man in his 90s from Ozaukee County and a person from Milwaukee County. 
    Gov. Tony Evers urged people to "only leave your home if it is absolutely necessary," but stopped short of issuing a shelter-in-place order, as governors have in Illinois and California. He said he thought Wisconsin could avoid doing so.


    3/19/2020 update starts here