Over 2,800 COVID-19 cases confirmed in Wisconsin; total deaths surpass 100

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MADISON, Wis. — There are now more than 2,800 confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Wisconsin, and at least 104 have died as of Wednesday.

According to state and county health officials, the state has reached a total of 2,811 confirmed cases.

Dane County has confirmed 305 coronavirus cases, while 11 have died from the disease.

Milwaukee County still has the most confirmed cases of any county with 1,461. 59 in the county have died.

The Wisconsin Department of Health Services said 30,115 people have tested negative, while 790 have been hospitalized.

According to WTMJ-TV, the DHS may recommend extending the state’s Safer at Home order if there is a rise in confirmed cases due to Tuesday’s in-person voting.

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