Today's 2p COVID-19 daily update for Wisconsin including data for Barron, Burnett, Polk, Rusk, Sawyer, and Washburn counties.

The information and data below comes directly from the Wisconsin Department of Health Services.

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DrydenWire Coverage Area Summary Statistics

[Editor's Note: Numbers in parenthesis represent change since yesterday]

Barron County

  • Total Confirmed Cases: 3,721 (+33)
  • Total Negative Cases: 15,508 (+42)
  • Active Cases: 775 (-24)
  • Recovered Cases: 2,904 (+57)
  • Number of Deaths: 41
  • Case Fatality Percentage: 1.1%

Also See: DHS Launches New Map Visualizations With Additional Geo Breakdowns For Covid-19 Case And Death Data

Burnett County

  • Total Confirmed Cases: 796 (+6)
  • Total Negative Cases: 4,831 (+7)
  • Active Cases: 159 (-1)
  • Recovered Cases: 624 (+7)
  • Number of Deaths: 13
  • Case Fatality Percentage: 1.6%

Polk County

  • Total Confirmed Cases: 2,286 (+50)
  • Total Negative Cases: 14,928 (+41)
  • Active Cases: 427 (+15)
  • Recovered Cases: 1,843 (+34)
  • Number of Deaths: 16 (+1)
  • Case Fatality Percentage: 0.7%

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Rusk County

  • Total Confirmed Cases: 917 (+13)
  • Total Negative Cases: 3,904 (+24)
  • Active Cases: 163 (-7)
  • Recovered Cases: 747 (+20)
  • Number of Deaths: 7
  • Case Fatality Percentage: 0.8%

Sawyer County

  • Total Confirmed Cases: 930 (+9)
  • Total Negative Cases: 6,580 (+30)
  • Active Cases: 133 (+3)
  • Recovered Cases: 790 (+6)
  • Number of Deaths: 7
  • Case Fatality Percentage: 0.8%

Washburn County

  • Total Confirmed Cases: 739 (+13)
  • Total Negative Cases: 4,890 (+15)
  • Active Cases: 106 (-8)
  • Recovered Cases: 628 (+21)
  • Number of Deaths: 5
  • Case Fatality Percentage: 0.7%

Also See: Man Pleads No Contest In 2019 Washburn Hunting Season Shooting Incident

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