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Wisconsin's rate for death due to COVID-19 at 3%

COVID-19 in Wisconsin June 4, 2020
COVID-19 in Wisconsin June 4, 2020(WSAW)
Published: Jun. 4, 2020 at 2:04 PM CDT
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The Wisconsin Department of Health Services reports the state saw an increase Thursday with percentage positive COVID-19 cases. Of the 12,148 tests processed, 4.1% show confirmed cases of COVID-19. That equates to 492 new cases, bringing the state’s overall total to 19,892.

Ten more deaths were reported Thursday, bringing the state's total to 626.

To date, in central and north central Wisconsin Adams, Iron, Marathon, and Waupaca and Wood counties have reported one death. Two deaths have been reported in Forest County. Four deaths have been reported in Clark County.

The state now has 61 labs processing tests.

The percentage of hospitalized stayed the same day-to-day from Wednesday. That means 14% of COVID-19 patients have been hospitalized for a total of 2,739.

As of Thursday, 291,367 have tested negative for COVID-19.

The number of recovered patients was 65% or 12,980. The other 32%, or 6,285, are considered to be the state's active cases.

to view the case breakdown by county.
County case numbers

Counties with new cases and/or deaths are in

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Wisconsin

Adams - 4 cases (1 death)

Ashland - 2 cases

Barron - 20 cases

Bayfield - 3 cases (1 death)

Brown - 2,361 cases (+11) (38 deaths) (+1)

Buffalo - 6 cases (1 death)

Burnett - 1 cases (1 death)

Calumet - 79 cases (1 death)

Chippewa - 58 cases

Clark - 37 cases (+2)

(4 deaths)

Columbia - 44 cases (1 death)

Crawford - 26 cases

Dane - 789 cases (+16)

(29 deaths)

Dodge - 386 cases (+120)

(3 deaths) - Test results at Dodge County Correctional Institution were added to the Dodge County numbers Wednesday, leading to the sharp increase.

Door - 40 cases (+2)

(3 deaths)

Douglas - 19 cases

Dunn - 26 cases (+1)
Eau Claire - 116 cases (+2)

Florence - 2 cases

Fond du Lac - 225 cases (+4)

(5 deaths)

Forest - 29 cases (+1)

(2 deaths)

Grant - 98 cases (12 deaths)

Green - 70 cases

Green Lake - 22 cases

Iowa - 16 cases

Iron - 2 cases (1 death)

Jackson - 19 cases (1 death)

Jefferson - 116 cases (+2)

(3 deaths)

Juneau – 22 cases (1 death)

Kenosha - 1,246 cases (+29) (33 deaths) (+3)

Kewaunee - 36 cases (1 death)

La Crosse - 64 cases (+6)
Lafayette - 28 cases (+1)
Langlade - 4 cases (+1)

Lincoln - 7 cases

Manitowoc - 38 cases (1 death)

Marathon - 55 cases (1 death)

Marinette - 33 cases (+1)

(2 deaths)

Marquette - 5 cases (1 death)

Menominee - 3 cases

Milwaukee – 8,388 cases (+280) (316 deaths) (+1)

Monroe - 18 cases (1 death)

Oconto - 39 cases

Oneida - 11 cases

Outagamie - 246 cases (+7)

(8 deaths)

Ozaukee - 174 cases (+4)

(13 deaths)

Pepin - 1 case

Pierce - 49 cases (+2)
Polk - 28 cases (+4)

(1 death)

Portage - 14 cases

Price - 2 cases

Racine - 1,838 cases (+41) (44 deaths) (+3)

Richland - 14 cases (4 deaths)

Rock - 671 cases (+13) (20 deaths) (+1)

Rusk - 5 cases

Sauk - 81 cases (3 deaths)

Sawyer - 8 cases

Shawano - 53 cases (+2)
Sheboygan - 101 cases (+3)

(3 deaths)

St. Croix - 100 cases (+3)

Taylor - 2 cases

Trempealeau - 30 cases (+4)

Vernon - 21 cases

Vilas - 8 cases

Walworth - 424 cases (17 deaths)

Washburn - 2 cases

Washington - 266 cases (+5) (9 deaths) (+1)
Waukesha - 765 cases (+21)

(31 deaths)

Waupaca - 47 cases (+2)

(1 death)

Waushara - 9 cases

Winnebago - 309 cases (+25)

(7 deaths)

Wood - 11 cases (+1)

(1 death)

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