Thursday, April 2nd, 2020

From the Johns Hopkins live map, updated at 5:21 pm:

There were 1,011,490 confirmed cases of COVID-19 in the world and 52,863 deaths.

In the U.S. there were 242,182 confirmed cases, more than one-quarter of the world’s total and 28,810 more than this time yesterday. The U.S. accounted for 5,850 deaths from COVID-19, about eleven percent of the world’s total and 1,093 more than this time yesterday.

1,397 U.S. deaths – twenty-four percent of the U.S. total – were in New York city.

In Wisconsin there were 1,743 confirmed cases and 38 deaths. 16 deaths – almost half – were in Milwaukee County, where they had a total of 869 confirmed cases, about half all the confirmed cases in Wisconsin.

The southeast region of the state remains the hardest hit, with 1,184 cases and 23 deaths: Waukesha County has 120 cases, 1 death; Kenosha County has 67 cases; Ozaukee County has 47 cases and 5 deaths; Washington County has 46 cases and 1 death; and Racine County has 35 cases.

In Dane County, there were 238 confirmed cases and a total of 3 deaths.

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