Coronavirus cases and fatalities in Wisconsin
A regularly-updated map of confirmed COVID-19 cases, county by county.
The number is based on confirmed diagnostic tests. It is very likely that the true number of COVID-19 cases is higher as many cases are asymptomatic.
New COVID-19 cases and fatalities per day in Wisconsin
This is a good indicator of “flattening the curve” — when there is a steady decreasing trend, it is an indicator that the spread of the disease is slowing down.
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Cases, updates, and charts on the coronavirus crisis for each US state and territory. Just follow the links below.
Outbreaks and Investigations
Remember—there are no medications or vaccines to protect us. Physical separation is the best way to stop this virus from spreading further.
Here’s what we are asking:
- Stay at home.
- Limit your physical interactions to the same people during this time. Less than five people total will help us stop the virus from spreading.
- Keep at least 6 feet apart from others and avoid direct physical contact.
- Limit the amount of time you spend making essential trips to the grocery store or to pick up medication.
- Make essential trips no more than once a week.
- And stay in touch over the phone with your family and friends as much as possible. We all need support through this time.
Wash your hands often with soap and water.
Latest news from Gov. Evers:
Watch the next media briefing: There will be a media briefing today (Wednesday, April 22) at 1:30 p.m.
- Briefings are held at 1:30 p.m. on Monday, Tuesday, and Friday. This schedule is subject to change.
- Watch past media briefings.
Coronavirus news in Wisconsin:
- February 24, 2021Wisconsin students outperform national average on AP exams
MADISON — Public school graduates in Wisconsin once again performed above the national average on Advanced Placement exams while in high school, a report released today showed. The College Board’s n …
- February 17, 2021Stanford Taylor releases statement on Gov. Evers 2021-2023 Budget Proposal
MADISON — State Superintendent Carolyn Stanford Taylor issued a statement today on Gov. Tony Evers’ 2021-2023 Biennial Budget education recommendations. “Thank you to Gov. Evers for his ongoing comm …
- February 15, 2021DPI seeking additional Wisconsinites to test internet speed
MADISON — The Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction announced today it is seeking additional Wisconsin residents to take part in its initiative to collect information on internet connection speed …
- February 10, 2021Stanford Taylor statement on Gov. Evers’ budget proposal for student mental health needs
MADISON — State Superintendent Carolyn Stanford Taylor released a statement today on Gov. Tony Evers’ proposed 2021-2023 biennial budget provision of more than $50 million dollars for student mental h …
- February 9, 2021Department will hold hearing on proposed rule relating to changes to criteria for specific learning disabilities
MADISON — The Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction will hold an administrative rules hearing to accept public testimony on a proposed permanent rule related to changes to criteria relating to sp …
- February 9, 2021Department will hold hearing on proposed rule related to expanding virtual summer and interim session courses
MADISON — The Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction will hold an administrative rules hearing to accept public testimony on a proposed permanent rule related to expanding virtual summer and inter …
- February 5, 2021Department will hold hearing on proposed rule relating to pupil nondiscrimination procedures
MADISON — The Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction will hold an administrative rules hearing to accept public testimony on a proposed permanent rule related to revisions to pupil nondiscriminati …
- February 1, 2021Stanford Taylor proclaims February CTE Month in Wisconsin
MADISON — State Superintendent Carolyn Stanford Taylor proclaimed the month of February 2021 as “Career and Technical Education Month” in Wisconsin to recognize the impact CTE programs have in prepari …
- February 1, 2021Strengthening community partnerships key to future of students
With the month of February representing Career and Technical Education Month in our state and across the nation, there is no better time to recognize those who aid in providing these invaluable opport …
- February 1, 2021Summer Food Service Program seeks sponsors to provide healthy meals to children
MADISON — The Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction today announced it is seeking sponsors to provide meals to children living in economically disadvantaged areas in Wisconsin through its Summer …