by Brandon Arbuckle
MADISON, Wis. — There are now 14 people being monitored for coronavirus in Wisconsin, according to the Wisconsin Department of Health Services.
Health officials said eight test results have come back negative, and only one is still confirmed. Five people are awaiting results.
The risk to the public remains low, and health officials reinforced that ethnicity and race do not have any influence on the virus.
Wis. Dept. of Health Services says there are 14 people under investigation for Coronavirus. 5 are awaiting test results, 8 have come back negative, 1 confirmed. Risk is low overall and they want to stress that ethnic background has no influence on risk #News3Now
— Keely Arthur (@news3keely) February 7, 2020