Daily COVID-19 case count in Wisconsin falls below 1,000
MADISON, Wis. (WMTV) - The number of new COVID-19 cases reported in Wisconsin Monday was relatively low to start out the work week.
New figures from the Department of Health Services show 827 COVID-19 cases were confirmed Monday. It’s on trend for COVID-19 cases to be lower at the start of the work week.
This is the second time so far this month that the daily case count has been fewer than 1,000.
The seven-day rolling average for new cases has decreased Monday down to 1,416.
Prior to June 16, when the rolling average was 1,403, Wisconsin was at a nine-day streak for the seven-day rolling average decreasing. It increased the next day to 1,427, but has continued to decline slowly since then.
DHS has recorded 1,505,173 COVID-19 cases in the state since the start of the pandemic.
The health agency reported zero new deaths from the virus Monday, keeping the rolling-average for new deaths situated at five for the fourth day in a row. There have been 13,099 deaths from COVID-19 confirmed in Wisconsin total.
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