Wisconsin daily COVID-19 update: 2,360 new cases, no deaths



  • 2,360 new cases
  • No new deaths recorded, 9 total deaths added to state system
  • 12,902 total deaths;
  • 265 hospitalized patients, 42 in intensive care

On Wednesday, the Wisconsin Department of Health Services reported an additional 2,360 new cases of COVID-19. The state averaged 1,389 new cases per day last week.

To date last year, there were 646 new cases and a 7-day average of 623 cases per day. In 2020, 310 cases were recorded, with a 7-day average of 318 cases per day.

There were no new deaths and a total of nine deaths were recorded in the Department of Health Services system, bringing the total death toll in Wisconsin to 12,902. A delay in reporting deaths in the entire state affected these numbers.

In Milwaukee County, 500 new confirmed cases have been reported and there have been 273,830 total cases in the county since the start of the pandemic. The county’s 7-day average is 292 cases per day. One of the deaths added to the state system has been attributed to Milwaukee County, bringing the county’s death toll to 2,288 since the start of the pandemic.

If you’re looking for a COVID-19 test or vaccination, check out the Wisconsin Department of Health Services website.

Allen Halas

Allen Halas is a lifelong Milwaukeean and has been in and around local music for over 15 years. He is an avid fan of the Milwaukee Bucks and a general supporter of everything the city has to offer. Find him on social media: @AllenHalas.

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May 04, 2022

4:12 p.m.


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