Monday, May 4th, 2020

From the Wisconsin Department of Health Services web site, updated each day at 2:00 pm:

In all of Wisconsin, 2,742 more people were tested since the day before (an increase of 0.40%), raising the total number of people tested to 88,703 out of a population of 5,822,000 (1.52%).

  • 272 more cases of COVID-19 were confirmed (a decrease of 10.53%), raising the total number of confirmed cases in the state to 8,236 (9.28% of all tested).
  • 1 more death attributed to COVID-19 was reported (a decrease of 80.00%), raising the total number of deaths in the state attributed to COVID-19 to 340 (4.13% of all confirmed).

In Brown County, 135 more people were tested since the day before (a decrease of 32.84%), raising the total number of people tested to 5,155 out of a population of 264,542 (1.95%).

  • 90 more cases of COVID-19 were confirmed (an increase of 4.44%), raising the total number of confirmed cases in the county to 1,448 (28.09% of all tested).
  • No more deaths attributed to COVID-19 were reported (no increase or decrease), raising the total number of deaths in the county attributed to COVID-19 to 6 (0.41% of all confirmed).

In Dane County, 289 more people were tested since the day before (a decrease of 0.69%), raising the total number of people tested to 12,225 out of a population of 546,695 (2.24%).

  • 5 more cases of COVID-19 were confirmed (an increase of 40%), raising the total number of confirmed cases in the county to 441 (3.61% of all tested).
  • No more deaths attributed to COVID-19 were reported, raising the total number of deaths in the county attributed to COVID-19 to 22 (4.99% of all confirmed). The last increase, from 21 to 22, was on 4/29/20.

In Milwaukee County, 416 more people were tested since the day before (a decrease of 35.30%), raising the total number of people tested to 20,084 out of a population of 945,726 (2.12%).

  • 52 more cases of COVID-19 were confirmed (a decrease of 46.40%), raising the total number of confirmed cases in the county to 3,296 (16.41% of all tested).
  • No more deaths attributed to COVID-19 were reported (a decrease of 100%), raising the total number of deaths in the county attributed to COVID-19 to 195 (5.92% of all confirmed).
wi dhs update 050420 | 2:00 pm CDT
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