Here's the latest we know on confirmed cases in MN & WI for the novel coronavirus COVID-19. We will be updating this page frequently when new information is released.

Last updated: March 24th 3:41PM

Minnesota has 262 confirmed COVID-19 cases. They have completed 5,812 tests at MDH Public Health Lab.

Wisconsin has has 457 positive cases with 8,237 negative test results. Wisconsin has also seen 5 deaths, and Governor Tony Evers has issued a stay at home order for the state until April 24th.

Last updated: March 19th 4:17PM

Cases continue to rise in Wisconsin. Bayfield County has been added to the list of counties with a confirmed case. The number of confirmed cases in Wisconsin is 155. There also have been 2,192 negative tests.

Numbers also continue to rise in Minnesota. There are now 89 positive cases out of 3,038 cases tested.

Nationwide there are now 10,442 cases resulting in 150 deaths.

Last updated: March 17th 9:13 PM

We have new numbers from Wisconsin. There are now 72 positive cases. From testing, there are 1,038 negative results. Dane County has 19 confirmed cases, Fon du Lac has 11, and Milwaukee County has 24 confirmed cases. Other counties have less than 5 cases each as of now.

Last updated: March 17th 11:43am

As of March 17th, 2020 the CDC is reporting 60 confirmed cases in Minnesota. There have been 2,336 people tested for the virus. The following counties have confirmed cases: Anoka, Benton, Blue Earth, Carver, Dakota, Hennepin, Olmsted, Ramsey, Renville, Stearns, Wright, Waseca, Washington.

On March 16th in Wisconsin the number of confirmed cases is 47. They have administered far less tests than Minnesota with only 504 people tested. Milwaukee County has the most cases with 13 confirmed. Fon Du Lac County has 11 cases. There are also cases in Dane, Outagamie, Pierce, Racine, Sheboygan, Waukesha, Winnebago, and Wood counties.

Nationwide as of March 17th, there are 4,226 cases in the United States and 75 deaths.

You can find more on how to protect yourself and your family with good practices at the CDC's website.



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