Monroe County reported an additional Covid-19 death, its 30th since the start of the pandemic.
The health department stated, “Please, let’s honor their memories by doing what we can to stop the spread of Covid-19. Stay home as much as possible, wear a face covering if you must leave home, practice physical distancing, and avoid gathering with people you do not live with. Do it for your friends, your family, your coworkers, and your community.”
Also, between Saturday and Monday, the county had 42 new cases, resulting in a total of 3,969, of which 156 are active (five are hospitalized), 3,783 have recovered, and 30 have died.
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Vernon County had 16 cases Saturday through Monday:
• A male in his 50s who is recovering at home
• Three males in their 60s who are recovering at home
• A female between 10–19 years old who is recovering at home
• A female in her 20s who is recovering at home
• Two females in their 30s who are recovering at home
• Two females in their 40s who are recovering at home
• Two females in their 50s, one of whom is hospitalized and one who is recovering at home
• Two females in their 60s who are recovering at home
• Two females in their 70s who are recovering at home
Of the 1,707 positive results since the start of the pandemic, 1,609 have recovered, five are hospitalized, 56 are isolating at home, and 37 have died.
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Juneau County reported a new death today, its 16th since the start of the pandemic. No other information was available.
Also, the county had 12 new cases over the weekend and five today, resulting in a tally of 2,186, of which 208 are active (10 are hospitalized), 188 have been released from isolation, 1,774 have recovered, and 16 have died.
Juneau County tracks its residential-facility cases separate from those within the county at large. At the New Lisbon Correctional Institution, no new inmate cases were reported today, two cases are active, and 547 positive tests have been reported since the Aug. 15 start of an outbreak.
Sand Ridge Secure Treatment Center has no active cases; 50 have been reported since the Dec. 3 start of an outbreak.