Thursday, April 16th, 2020

From the Johns Hopkins live map, updated at 4:33 am:

There were 2,072,228 confirmed cases of COVID-19 in the world and 137,666 deaths.

In the U.S. there were 639,664 confirmed cases, thirty-one percent of the world’s total and 29,979 more than this time yesterday. 30,985 Americans have died from COVID-19, twenty-three percent of the world’s total and 4,926 more than this time yesterday.

10,899 U.S. deaths – thirty-five percent of the U.S. total – were in New York city.

In Wisconsin there were 3,721 confirmed cases, 166 more than this time yesterday, and 183 deaths, 13 more than this time yesterday.

105 deaths – fifty-seven percent of Wisconsin’s total, and 4 more than this time yesterday – were in Milwaukee County, where they had a total of 1,870 confirmed cases, fifty percent of all the confirmed cases in Wisconsin and 75 more than this time yesterday.

In Dane County, there were 351 confirmed cases, 7 more than this time yesterday, and a total of 13 deaths, 1 more than this time yesterday.

Wisconsin Governor Tony Evers extended the “Safe At Home” order, which closed non-essential business and encouraged citizens to refrain from non-essential travel.

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