Wisconsin has 114 confirmed cases of coronavirus, according to figures released Wednesday by the Department of Health Services.
State said the 1577 tests must come back negative.
Late Wednesday afternoon, Fond du Lac County officials lifted their total active cases for 13, and add others that are in isolation and is being monitored since recovered.
Also Wednesday, Winnebago County updated number from three to five positive cases, said the two new cases associated with one of the first three cases were reported.
Winnebago County Health Department says they have 34 pending test results, and has received 28 other negative test results.
At this time, local officials said there was no evidence of the spread of the community.
At this point, anyone who may have had close contact with the new patients were identified with the District Health Department staff.
In addition, the city of Appleton announced the first case, saying the people in this town have tested positive.
Appleton officials said the people affected get the virus through domestic travel to areas that have already experienced an outbreak of the society.
At this time, city officials say the person is a home in isolation.
The city health department is working to identify and follow up with anyone who may have had close contact with the patient.
Since Appleton located in several districts, WBAY not yet learned that the county will affect.
At this time, city officials asked everyone to postpone or cancel trips to areas experiencing deployment COVID community-19, which includes international and domestic travel to countries and people who have high levels of transmission.
Brown County Board of Supervisors Staush Gruszynski also confirmed a second case that was brought up during the council meeting Wednesday night.
There are no other details about the case which could be given to WBAY.
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Wednesday afternoon, the country reported 106 cases, but the cases did not include patients in Brown, Ozuakee, Walworth, Winnebago and Fond du Lac Counties, and the City of Appleton, which was released at a later date.
to track coronavirus in Wisconsin.
The first case was confirmed on 5 February.
BREAKDOWN BY COUNTY
MILWAUKEE COUNTY – 47 (COMMUNITY SPREAD DETECTED) DANE COUNTY – 23 (COMMUNITY SPREAD DETECTED) FOND DU LAC COUNTY – 13WAUKESHA COUNTY – 5KENOSHA COUNTY – 4 (COMMUNITY SPREAD DETECTED) SHEBOYGAN COUNTY – 4WINNEBAGO COUNTY – 5WASHINGTON COUNTY – 2BROWN COUNTY – 2LA CROSSE COUNTY – 1OUTAGAMIE COUNTY – 1OZAUKEE COUNTY – 1RACINE COUNTY – 1WALWORTH COUUNTY – 1WOOD COUNTY – 1
Prevea Health President / CEO Dr. Ashok Rai says initially, all cases of Wisconsin can be traced to travel or exposure to people who have traveled. However, the country now has the public dissemination. That means the patient does not remember to interact with someone who is traveling or are at risk of contracting the virus.
to our interview with Dr. Rai Action 2 News This Morning.
doctors compare it to a tornado warning and tsunami warning. Wave came.
“Now the warning buoys in Wisconsin are being triggered in Dane County and Milwaukee County where we know the cases are being build and build. And this will be the wave. If the wave this week, next week or four weeks from now on, it’s a little more difficult to predict. But we’ll get better predict when we get more testing. “
” when you look at the spread of the community, the number of cases as we see in the New York, as we see in Washington, as we saw in Italy, they are a rapidly growing number of cases. We use the term exponentially, “said Dr. Rai. “So last night and more than an hour, the cases could be doubled and then the doubles and then doubles. That’s what we started to see in the area with the deployment of the community.”
SPREAD THE ANd PREVENTION
elderly and people with health conditions of the underlying (heart disease, diabetes, lung disease) are considered at high risk, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention disease , People with these conditions should take proper precautions.
COVID-19 is spread when an infected person coughs or sneezes.
“This virus is found in droplets from the throat and nose, when someone coughs or sneezes, others nearby may breathe in their droplets. The virus can also be spread when a person touches an object with the virus on it. If the person touching the mouth, face or eyes of those viruses can make them sick, “said Wisconsin Department of Health Services.
Symptoms include fever, cough, and shortness of breath. For more information about the symptoms. -Sign emergency alert include pain and pressure in the chest, confusion and lips bluish or face.
the CDC believes the symptoms can appear between two and 14 days after contact with an infected person.
DHS recommends to help stop the spread of the virus:
Wash your hands often with soap and water for at least 20 seconds, especially before eating and after going to the bathroom, blowing your nose, coughing, or sneezing.
If you do not have soap and water, use an alcohol-based hand with at least 60% alcohol. Always wash hands with soap and water if hands are visibly soiled.
Avoid touching your eyes, nose, and mouth with close contact hands.Avoid washed with sick man.
Stay at home when you are sick.
Cover your cough or sneeze with a tissue, then throw the tissue in the trash.
Clean and disinfect frequently touched objects and surfaces using common household cleaners spray or wipe.
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is recommending everyone in the United States to avoid major events and mass gatherings for at least eight weeks.
The practice of social distance by putting space between himself and others. Keep practicing healthy habits, such as washing your hands for at least 20 seconds and stay home if you are sick, to help slow the spread. Learn more:
The older adults were two times more likely to have a serious illness. Take precautions every day to reduce the risk of exposure: • Avoid close contact with sick people • Wash your hands often • Avoid touching your face, nose and eyes
The virus originated in Wuhan, China. Deployment began in December 2019.
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