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52 percent of Wisconsin's COVID-19 patients have recovered

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Posted at 2:27 PM, May 13, 2020
and last updated 2020-05-13 15:27:10-04

WISCONSIN — As of Wednesday afternoon, 52 percent of all Wisconsin COVID-19 patients have recovered, according to the Department of Health Services.

The Wisconsin Department of Health Services breaks down all of their data in various ways including by gender, age, and recovery status.

Of the 10,901 documented cases with DHS, 5,673 of them have recovered. In order to get these numbers, DHS looked at the number of confirmed cases who are still alive based on Wisconsin state vital records system data and had one or more of the following:

  • Documentation of resolved symptoms
  • Documentation of release from public health isolation
  • 30 days since symptom onset or diagnosis

Even with to the patients who have recovered, there are still 4,807 people still recovering and 421 people have died.

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