COVID-19 in Wisconsin: 585 total cases, 6 deaths

Wednesday, Wisconsin health officials reported 585 total cases in the state, as well as six deaths.

According to the Wisconsin Department of Health Services, there have, as of Wednesday, been 10,089 cases that tested negative.

ABC affiliate WISN-TV, which is analyzing case data in Wisconsin counties, reports there are at least 620 cases and seven deaths.

Meanwhile, the "Safer at Home" order announced by Gov. Tony Evers went into effect at 8 a.m. Wednesday and will remain in effect until 8 a.m. April 24.

Amid COVID-19, Wisconsin’s ‘Safer at Home’ order to last 30 days

Also Wednesday, the Minnesota Department of Health reported there were 25 more positive COVID-19 cases, bringing the state’s total to 287.

MDH: COVID-19 cases in Minnesota total 287 with 25 new cases

The department reported the state’s Public Health Lab has processed 6,365 tests, and private labs have completed 5,110 tests. As of Wednesday, 35 patients required hospitalization while 122 patients who tested positive are no longer in isolation. One Minnesotan has died from the virus.

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