Milwaukee, Wisconsin 2021-07-20 16:49:54 –
- 387 new cases.
- 3,126 active cases.
- 8 new deaths;
- A total of 7,383 deaths.
- There are 144 inpatients and 40 in the ICU.
On Tuesday, the Wisconsin Department of Health reported an additional 387 newly confirmed COVID-19 cases. The state had an average of 189 new cases per day last week. This is the maximum number of new cases per day since May.
There were 703 new confirmed cases on this day last year, with an average of 868 new cases per day for the week.
The state reported eight new deaths, with Wisconsin’s death toll reaching 7,383.
Since the beginning of the pandemic, there have been 3,126 active cases out of a total of 615,378 cases. Patients recovered in about 98% (604,495) of all cases. Patients who were considered to have recovered had no symptoms of COVID-19 or had been tested positive for 30 days.
In Milwaukee County alone, there have been a total of 108,256 cases since the pandemic began. The county’s 7-day average is 57 cases per day. No new deaths have been reported in Milwaukee County, with 1,386 deaths since the outbreak of the pandemic.