Wednesday, April 29th, 2020

From the Johns Hopkins live map, updated at 5:32 am:

There were 3,127,519 confirmed cases of COVID-19 in the world and 217,569 deaths.

In the U.S. there were 1,012,583 confirmed cases, thirty-two percent of the world’s total and 24,114 more than this time yesterday. 58,355 Americans have died from COVID-19, twenty-seven percent of the world’s total and 2,102 more than this time yesterday.

17,682 U.S. deaths – thirty percent of the U.S. total – were in New York city.

In Wisconsin there were 6,289 confirmed cases, 208 more than this time yesterday, and 300 deaths, 19 more than this time yesterday.

174 deaths – fifty-eight percent of Wisconsin’s total, and 7 more than this time yesterday – were in Milwaukee County, where they had a total of 2,722 confirmed cases, forty-three percent of all the confirmed cases in Wisconsin and 48 more than this time yesterday.

In Dane County, there were 417 confirmed cases, 5 more than this time yesterday, and a total of 22 deaths, one more than this time yesterday. This is the first time since last Thursday that the Dane County death toll has gone up.

jhu update #33 | 6:15 am CDT
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