The White House Coronavirus Task Force released a report stating Wisconsin is still in 'Red Zone' for positive COVID-19 tests.
According to the report, Wisconsin ranks 6th in the country for positivity rates.
Although spread over multiple days, the Wisconsin Department of Health Services continues to report thousands of positive COVID-19 cases through the state.
We upgraded our software over the weekend, so these numbers reflect COVID positive cases from multiple days. For more information about how to interpret data go HERE: https://t.co/PV0NZkJ49y #COVID19_WI pic.twitter.com/f9t36Mpha6— WIDeptHealthServices (@DHSWI) October 20, 2020
Last week, Wisconsin recorded an average of 3,200 cases daily.
Over the last three weeks, Milwaukee, Brown and Winnebago County all had the highest number of new cases, according to the report.
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The White House is recommending to, "wear masks, physically distance, receive flu immunizations, wash hands, and avoid gatherings in both public and private spaces, especially indoors."
You can view the full report here: