Milwaukee, Wisconsin 2021-05-11 16:54:24 –
- 517 new cases.
- 7,756 active cases.
- 13 new deaths;
- A total of 6,917 deaths.
- 327 inpatients.
On Tuesday, the Wisconsin Department of Health reported an additional 517 newly confirmed COVID-19 cases. The state had an average of 503 new cases per day last week.
The state reported 13 new deaths, and Wisconsin’s death toll reached 6,917.
Since the beginning of the pandemic, there have been 7,756 active cases (1.3%) out of 603,820 cases. Patients recovered in about 97.6% (588,881 cases) of all cases. Patients who were considered to have recovered had no symptoms of COVID-19 or had been tested positive for 30 days.
The Wisconsin Hospital Association reported that 327 patients are currently hospitalized, 98 of whom are in the intensive care unit.
In Milwaukee County alone, 61 new cases totaled 105,909. The county’s 7-day average is 92. Milwaukee County has reported three new deaths.
Milwaukee County has the highest death toll at 1,307. Other counties that have killed more than 70 are Waupaca (529), Racine (347), Kenosha (308), Dane (305), Brown (244), Outagami (206), Winevago (197), Marathon (188) , Rock (172), Dodge (164), Washington (154), Sheboygan (142), Walworth (136), Waupaca (120), Fond du Lac (111), Jefferson (109), Eau Claire (107), Chipewa (94), Ozaukee (87), Lacros (86), Grant (85), Baron (82), Wood (80), Shawano (72), Oneida (71), Manitowoc (70).
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