New COVID cases in decline Deaths continue to climb
Less than three weeks since state sets new record death count
February 3, 2021
Following a sharp rise in new COVID-19 cases in Wisconsin in mid-January, the number has been in decline. But despite the slowing trend, the state is just a few days removed from setting an all-time state record number of deaths (128) on January 16. Deaths in the are most recently reported at 26 over a seven-day average.
In Monroe County, the last reported death related to COVID-19 was on January 25. That fatality brought the county total to 30. February started on a high note in the county,...
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