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For 2nd straight day, no new COVID-19 deaths reported in Wisconsin

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WISCONSIN (WQOW) - For the first time since last September, no new COVID-19 deaths are being reported in the state for consecutive days.

The Wisconsin DHS reported no new deaths on both Sunday and Monday.

In total, 6,284 Wisconsinites have died since the pandemic first made its way to Wisconsin.

The daily death count in the state had its highest points between November and January with as many as 128 deaths reported on Jan. 16. The state had 3,865 deaths between Nov. 1 and Jan 31. That is more than half of the deaths from the entire pandemic. The first death in Wisconsin was reported back in March.

While no new deaths were reported in Wisconsin on Monday, 423 cases were. There has been a total of 559,998 since last spring.

In Eau Claire County, 11 new cases were added for a total of 10,938.

In Chippewa County, no new positives were added, keeping the county at 8,009 total cases.

Dunn County added 12 new cases for a total of 4,232.

You can find data for your county in the links below.


More COVID-19 Resources

More WQOW COVID-19 Coverage

County by County COVID-19 Data

Eau Claire County vaccine signup

Wisconsin Vaccination Data

CDC Resources

Global COVID-19 Tracker

Clint Berge

Clint Berge is the Social Media & Digital Content Manager for Eau Claire’s Own WQOW News 18.
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