Milwaukee, Wisconsin 2022-05-20 16:38:35 –
- 2,143 new cases
- No new deaths recorded, adding a total of 5 people to the state system
- The total number of deaths is 14,531.
- 335 inpatients, 53 in the ICU
On Friday, the Wisconsin Department of Health reported an additional 2,143 new COVID-19 cases. The state had an average of 1,980 new cases per day last week.
There were 339 new cases on this day last year, averaging 352 cases per day for 7 days. In 2020, 596 cases were recorded, with an average of 371 cases per day for 7 days.
With the latest new total number of cases, Milwaukee has moved to the CDC’s “high” level COVID-19 spread. As a result, the city issued a mask recommendation. This means that everyone over the age of 2 should wear a mask at all indoor instances and meetings, regardless of vaccination status.
No fatalities have been recorded, but a total of five have been added to the Health Services Department’s system, bringing the total death toll in Wisconsin to 14,531. Delays in reporting deaths across the state are affecting these numbers.
In Milwaukee County, 477 new confirmed cases have been reported, with a total of 280,214 cases reported in the county since the pandemic began. The county’s seven-day average is 429 cases per day. There were no deaths due to Milwaukee County, and the county has died 2,297 since the pandemic began.
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