COVID-19 in Wisconsin: At least 1,730 total cases, 35 deaths

Thursday, 1,730 total COVID-19 cases in Wisconsin, as well as 35 deaths, were reported, according to ABC affiliate WISN.

Of the 35 deaths, WISN said 17 have been in Milwaukee County, which also accounts for nearly 900 of the total confirmed cases in the state.

As of Thursday, the Wisconsin Department of Health Services reports there have been 20,317 cases that tested negative.

A "Safer at Home" order announced by Gov. Tony Evers will remain in effect until 8 a.m. April 24.

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Also Thursday, the Minnesota Department of Health reported there were 53 more positive COVID-19 cases, bringing the state’s total to 742.

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The department reported the state’s Public Health Lab has completed 8,580 tests and private labs have completed 13,814 tests. As of Thursday, 138 patients required hospitalization while 373 patients who tested positive are no longer in isolation. Eighteen Minnesotans have died from the virus.

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