Wisconsin Department of Health Live Update – March 26

Andrea Palm, Secretary-Designee, addresses questions via Facebook about COVID-19 and actions taken by the State of Wisconsin.

Wisconsin COVID-19 Test Results
Test Results Number of People as of 3/26/2020
Negative 11583
Positive 707
Deaths 8
Number of Positive Results by County
Wisconsin County Total Cases as of 3/26/2020 Total Deaths as of 3/26/2020
Bayfield 1 0
Brown 4 0
Calumet 1 0
Chippewa 1 0
Clark 1 0
Columbia 5 0
Dane 114 1
Dodge 3 0
Douglas 4 0
Dunn 1 0
Eau Claire 6 0
Fond du Lac 17 1
Grant 1 0
Green 1 0
Iowa 3 0
Jefferson 5 0
Juneau 1 0
Kenosha 19 0
La Crosse 12 0
Marathon 1 0
Milwaukee 347 5
Monroe 1 0
Outagamie 4 0
Ozaukee 22 1
Pierce 3 0
Portage 1 0
Racine 8 0
Rock 8 0
Sauk 7 0
Sheboygan 7 0
St. Croix 4 0
Vilas 1 0
Walworth 5 0
Washington 25 0
Waukesha 56 0
Winnebago 6 0
Wood 1 0
Total 707 8

Gov. Evers Delivers Democratic Weekly Radio Address on Safer at Home Order

Audio file of radio address.

The following is Gov. Tony Evers’ radio address on the Safer at Home Order to address the COVID-19 public health crisis.

Issuing a Safer at Home order isn’t something I thought we’d have to do, it’s not something I wanted to do, and it’s not something I take lightly.

We’re all in this together and we need to help stop the spread of COVID-19, and flatten the curve to ensure our doctors, nurses, and healthcare workers have the opportunity to do their important work.

You can still go out and take a walk, go for a bike ride, or walk the dogs.

It’s good exercise and its good for everybody’s mental health, but please don’t take any other unnecessary trips and limit your travel to essential needs like going to the doctor, grabbing groceries, or getting medication.

Workers providing essential care or services in our communities will be allowed to continue to travel to and from work.

News Desk
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