As of Wednesday, all of Wisconsin's 72 counties have COVID-19 cases

The overall population of COVID-19 hospital patients rose again in Monroe County but the number of those patients in ICUs dropped for a second straight day according to figures provided by the county public health department on Wednesday

These cases by gender are from Collin County health reports with no explanation for the difference between reported and listed cases.

The county health department reported 65 new coronavirus cases on Wednesday, including 17 in people under 30 years old and one in a man in his 90s.

The increase likely stems from an increase in testing being done by the Michigan Department of Corrections, which began earlier this month, officials said. Fourteen more deaths were reported bringing the state's total to 481.

Russian Federation has the second-highest number of infections behind only the United States, but the number of new cases has fallen below 10,000 for six days in a row.

Two new infections have been reported among staff at the facility, increasing the confirmed case count to 76, MDOC said.

No new cases of the virus have been confirmed at the G. Robert Cotton Correctional Facility, keeping its total at 688 cases and no new deaths beyond the one death already reported.

We still see a slightly higher rate of people in local hospitals from several weeks ago, but they are far fewer than the feared surge of last month.

In northwest Iowa's RMCC Region Three, 85 individuals are hospitalized with COVID-19, which is three less than the previous day.

The state now has 53 labs processing tests with a daily capacity of 14,140 tests.

The state has 5,203 active cases and 7,728 recovered cases.

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