COVID-19 in Wisconsin: 203 new cases, first day of no new deaths recorded since March
Wisconsin health officials reported no new COVID-19 deaths on Monday, marking the first time since March 29 for that to happen.
The state also reported 203 new cases, bringing Wisconsin’s total to 21,038. In all, 646 people have died from COVID-19.
As of Monday, 333,253 people have tested negative.
Of all cases in Wisconsin, 14%, or 2,860 people, have required hospitalization.
Meanwhile, 14,242 people are recovering and are no longer in isolation, which accounts for 68% of all cases.
Milwaukee County continues to be hit hardest by COVID-19 in Wisconsin, accounting for 8,925 cases and 325 deaths, as of Monday.