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Wisconsin Reports Second Day of No COVID-19 Deaths as U.S. Nears 500,000 COVID-19 Deaths Milestone


For the second day in a row, the Wisconsin Department of Health Services is reporting no new COVID-19 deaths.

It comes as the U.S. nears half a million deaths due to the virus.

The last time Wisconsin went two or more days without a single reported death from the coronavirus was the three-day stretch of Sept. 6 through Sept. 8.

In total, 6,284 people from Wisconsin have died from the virus. 295 of those people are from the Northwoods.

Here's the breakdown of COVID-19 deaths for our region:

  • Forest County: 26
  • Iron County: 38
  • Langlade County: 43
  • Lincoln County: 73
  • Oneida County: 70
  • Price County: 7
  • Vilas County: 38

New COVID-19 cases continue to decline in the state.
DHS is reporting 413 new cases Monday. The 7-day average is now 612 cases a day.

Katie Thoresen is WXPR's News Director/Vice President.
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