Percentage of newly confirmed coronavirus cases jumps to more than 7% – WBAY

GREEN BAY, Wis. (WBAY) – Health officials state another 457 individuals have actually checked favorable for the coronavirus in Wisconsin.
On Sunday, the Department of Health Services report revealed out of 6,481 new test results, 7.1% returned positive. This wants 2 straight days of percentages above 5%.
Sundays test results are the least expensive quantity of test results reported by the DHS because last Sunday, June 21, when 6,051 test results were returned. The portion of tests which were favorable that day was 4.6%.
Wisconsin has actually now seen 27,743 overall positive tests considering that the state began checking earlier this year, while another 521,747 have actually checked negative.

If you have even one sign or have actually been exposed, you can get a #COVID 19_WI test. < b>> Symptoms<. < b>> Eau Claire – 208 cases (+14 )< (1 death). < b>> Green Lake – 32 cases (+2 )<. < b>> Lafayette – 70 cases (+2 )<. < b>> Trempealeau – 112 cases (+1 )<. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recognized these as possible symptoms of COVID-19:. << ul><> < li>> Fever of 100.4 or higher< < li>> Cough< < li>> Shortness of breath< < li>> Chills< < li>> Repeated shaking with chills< < li>> Muscle pain< < li>> Headache< < li>> Sore throat< < li>> New loss of taste or odor<. Signs that need instant medical attention include:. << ul><> < li>> Trouble breathing< < li>> Persistent pain or pressure in the chest< < li>> New confusion or failure to stir< < li>> Bluish lips or face<. Adams - 15 cases (2 deaths). Ashland - 3 cases. Barron - 34 cases. Bayfield - 3 cases (1 death). << b>> Brown – 2,826 cases (+49 )< (42 deaths). Buffalo - 7 cases (2 deaths). Burnett - 3 cases (1 death). << b>> Calumet – 103 cases (+6 )< (2 deaths). < b>> Dodge – 453 cases (+3 )< (5 deaths). < b>> Eau Claire – 208 cases (+14 )< (1 death). Florence - 3 cases. << b>> Fond du Lac – 308 cases (+1 )< (6 deaths). Forest - 38 cases (3 deaths). << b>> Grant – 150 cases (+5) <( 13 deaths). << b>> Green – 88 cases (+3 )< (1 death). << b>> Green Lake – 32 cases (+2 )<. Iowa - 29 cases. Iron - 5 cases (1 death). Jackson - 26 cases (1 death). << b>> Jefferson – 228 cases (+6) <( 4 deaths). < b>> Lafayette – 70 cases (+2 )<. Langlade - 7 cases. Lincoln - 9 cases. << b>> Manitowoc – 91 cases (+4 )< (1 death). << b>> Marathon – 150 cases (+2 )< (1 death). << b>> Marinette – 53 cases (+3 )< (3 deaths). << b>> Marquette – 13 cases (+1 )< (1 death). Menominee - 6 cases. << b>> Milwaukee – 10,980 cases (+130 )< (389 deaths). Monroe - 61 cases (1 death). << b>> Oconto – 56 cases (+3 )<. Oneida - 19 cases. << b>> Outagamie – 454 cases (+7 )< (8 deaths). << b>> Ozaukee – 222 cases (+5 )< (15 deaths). < b>> Portage – 130 cases (+2 )<. Cost - 2 cases. << b>> Racine – 2,151 cases (+3) <( 61 deaths). Richland - 15 cases (4 deaths). << b>> Rock – 848 cases (+9) <( 23 deaths). Rusk - 11 cases. << b>> Sauk – 102 cases (+2 )< (3 deaths). Sawyer - 12 cases. Shawano - 75 cases. << b>> Sheboygan – 198 cases (+3 )< (4 deaths). << b>> St. Croix – 158 cases (+3 )< (1 death). << b>> Taylor – 12 cases (+1 )<. << b>> Trempealeau – 112 cases (+1 )<. Vernon - 32 cases. Vilas - 10 cases. << b>> Walworth – 572 cases (+2 )< (18 deaths). Washburn - 4 cases. << b>> Washington – 354 cases (+6) <( 15 deaths). << b>> Waukesha – 1,133 cases (+14 )< (38 deaths). < i>> Michigans Upper Peninsula<. The CDC states this is not an all-encompassing list. Consult a medical service provider about any signs that are serious or worrying. << b>> Prevention<. Older individuals and those with underlying health conditions (heart illness, diabetes, lung illness) are considered at high danger, according to the CDC. Preventative measures are likewise required around individuals with developing or weakened immune systems. To assist prevent the spread of the infection:. < i>> Wisconsin<. Alger - 2 cases. Baraga - 4 cases. << b>> Chippewa – 4 cases (+2 )<. Delta - 18 cases (3 deaths). Dickinson - 6 cases (2 deaths). Gogebic - 7 cases (1 deaths). Houghton - 11 cases. Iron - 5 cases (1 death). Keeweenaw - 1 case. Luce - 3 cases. Mackinac - 8 cases. Marquette - 64 cases (11 deaths). << b>> Menominee – 15 cases (+1 )<. Ontonagon - 0 cases. Schoolcraft - 4 cases. The state didnt report any brand-new COVID-19 deaths Sunday, keeping the states death overall at 777. 239 people are hospitalized for COVID-19, with 89 individuals in extensive care. Authorities say there are 2,418 certified healthcare facility beds immediately readily available throughout the state, which equates to 23%. Another 146 inpatients are still waiting for COVID-19 test results. The DHS says the recovery rate is at 79%, an unchanged portion from Saturday, which equals an overall of 21,953 verified cases in the state. There are 5,009 active cases, which equals 18% of all confirmed cases given that screening started. Another three percent of all cases have been fatal. The state released a brand-new tool that shows COVID-19 activity over the previous 2 weeks for every county, including the number of cases per 100,000 residents and whether cases are on an up, even, or downward pattern. < i>> Wisconsin<. << ul><> < li>> Stay at least 6 feet away from other individuals< < li>> Avoid close contact with individuals who are or appear sick< < li>> Stay at home as much as possible. Cancel events and avoid groups, events, play dates and excessive visits< < li>> Stay house when you are ill, except to get healthcare< < li>> Wash your hands regularly for a minimum of 20 seconds. If soap and water are not readily available, use an alcohol-based hand sanitizer with a minimum of 60% alcohol< < li>> Cover your mouth and nose with a mask. At a minimum, utilize a tissue when you sneeze or cough or utilize the within your elbow.< < li>> Clean frequently-touched surface areas and things daily (e.g., tables, counter tops, light switches, doorknobs, and cabinet handles).<. Copyright 2020 WBAY. All rights scheduled.