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Wisconsin Lists No Coronavirus Deaths for 1st Time Since September

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The daily update on COVID-19 numbers posted by the Wisconsin Department of Health Services listed no deaths for the first time since late September.

Health officials on Sunday confirmed just over 400 new cases in the state.

That’s the lowest count since about 320 positive tests were registered in late June.

The new case average has also reached its lowest mark since the summer.

The COVID Tracking Project reports that the rolling average number of daily new cases over the last two weeks in Wisconsin has decreased by more than 40 percent.

There were about 200 new cases per 100,000 people in that time, which ranks 42nd in the country for new cases per capita.

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