COVID numbers in Wisconsin continue to improve: Nationally data suggest an uptick
March 3, 2021
With still over 2,000 U.S. citizens dying each day from COVID-19 related causes, Wisconsin has seen a continued decline in the number of cases. The seven-day average of new confirmed cases per test has dipped to 2.2 percent. The downward movement comes as a slight, 2 percent uptick has been tracked nationally.
According to the Wisconsin Department of Health Services, the state has recorded three days out of the past 10 with no new COVID deaths, but on February 25 the number climbed back to 5...