The state of Wisconsin confirmed 2,883 new coronavirus cases and 10 deaths on Monday, bringing the total death toll to 1,788.
The total number of new cases is the lowest since October 12. Nonetheless, the seven-day positive test rate increased to 25.4 percent, up nearly one full percentage point from 24.5.
The total number of cases ever confirmed in Wisconsin is now 201,049, of which more than 41,000 — about 21% — are considered active.
The seven-day average of new cases fell to 3,761. The seven-day average of deaths is now 26.86.
Five of today’s 10 deaths occurred in Marathon County. Milwaukee County reported two deaths, and Outagamie, Sawyer and Waukesha Counties each reported one.
One person who died was in their 20s, one was in their 60s, one in their 70s, three in their 80s and four in their 90s.
All counties’ new case counts are below. For the first time, Sheboygan County has the most with 213.
|Eau Claire County||178|
|St. Croix County||82|
|La Crosse County||20|
|Green Lake County||19|
|Fond du Lac County||-3|