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COVID-19 Wisconsin Update #90 (6-15-20) 

Transitioning to weekly updates

With the continued decline in new cases and infrequent changes in the regulatory environment related to the COVID-19 pandemic, we are going to transition these updates to a weekly format. If the situation changes or if there is a need for more immediate updates, we will modify and return to the daily format, we just don’t want to communicate minor changes in data to you.

However if you ever need immediate information at any time, please do not hesitate to contact us, we are still tracking on a daily basis and will get you whatever information you need.

Updated numbers for the weekend (June 12th-14th)

The Wisconsin Department of Health Services and the Wisconsin Hospital Association released the following updated numbers for the weekend (June 12th-14th):

  • 291 Current Hospital Admissions (101 patients in ICU)
    • After decreasing by 19 on Friday (-19) from Thursday to 287, hospital admissions decreased by 2 on Saturday (-2) to 285 and then increased by 6 on Sunday (+6) to 291.
    • The total number of ICU patients reported increased by 3 on Friday (+3) from Thursday to 104, decreased by 2 on Saturday (-2) and then increased by 2 again on Sunday (+2) to 101 ICU patients.
  • Cumulatively there have been 420,124 COVID-19 tests in Wisconsin;
    • 22,758 positive tests and 397,366 negative tests in Wisconsin (5.4% positive rate for the pandemic)
      • On Friday there were 320 positive tests reported on 11,628 tests (2.8% positive rate)
      • On Saturday there were 272 positive tests reported on 11,309 tests (2.4% positive rate)
      • On Sunday there were 240 positive tests reported on 9,207 tests (2.6% positive rate)
  • Deaths from COVID-19 now total 692 in Wisconsin.
      • On Friday there were 7 deaths reported
      • On Saturday there were a total of 2 deaths counted, however there were a total of 3 deaths reported and one previously reported Dane county death was removed.
      • On Sunday there were 1 deaths reported
  • 16,558 patients who have tested positive for COVID-19 and are listed as having recovered (73%), 5,507 cases are still considered active (24%) and 692 patients have died (3%). (last updated by DHS on 6/14)


Wisconsin Hospital Association (WHA) COVID-19 Situational Awareness Update site
DHS COVID-19: County Data;

Week In Review

Looking back at the data reported from Saturday, June 6th through Friday June 12th, of note were the following:


  • There were 1,997 positive test results reported last week, which is down 542 from the previous week, and down 769 from the prior week.
    • Milwaukee County alone was down 355 positive test results (-355) compared to the week prior. Dodge and Racine counties also reported significantly less positive results this week, down 193 and 129 from the week prior respectively.
    • The biggest increases were minor compared to the week prior. Winnebago (+41), Dane (+35), Portage (+33) and Outagamie (+25) to the week prior.


  • There were 56 COVID-19 related deaths, down 9 from the week prior.
    • Milwaukee had 32 of the 56 deaths from the last week, which is 9 more than the previous week.


  • There were 76,027 tests conducted over the past week (an average of 10,861 tests/day)
    • There were 3,741 tests more conducted this past week (+3,741) than the prior week.

  • On average, 3.5% of tests came back positive this week, which is lower than the 5.2% averaged the week prior.



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