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0000017b-185c-d2e5-a37b-5cff92510000Wisconsin State and Local Government Sources: Wisconsin Department of Health Services: COVID-19 (Coronavirus Disease 2019)Oneida County Health DepartmentVilas County Health DepartmentLincoln County Health DepartmentMarathon County Health Department Langlade County Health DepartmentWestern Upper Peninsula Health DepartmentForest County Health DepartmentFederal Government Sources:Centers for Disease Control (CDC)Risk Assessment PageSituation Summary PageState Department Travel AdvisoriesWorld Health Organization (WHO)WHO Question and Answer Page

Wisconsin Health Officials Report 567 New COVID-19 Cases Monday, No New Deaths

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Wisconsin health officials confirmed an additional 567 cases of the coronavirus on Monday, bringing the state’s total number of cases to 81,760. 

There were no new deaths reported in the state. A total of 1,168 people have died from COVID-19 since the pandemic began.

Officials say that nearly 89%, or 72,478, of people who had COVID-19 in Wisconsin have recovered, while 8,096 people have active cases of the virus.

Here are the county totals according to the state Department of Health:

Oneida County: 230

Vilas County: 128

Forest County: 107

Price County: 36

Lincoln County: 90

Langlade County: 88

Marathon County: 827

Iron County (WI): 131

 

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