Thursday, Nov. 19: Monroe County reports 76 new cases; Vernon County, 21; and Juneau County, 12

Monroe County had 76 new cases of Covid-19, bringing its total to 2,237, of which 489 are active (12 are hospitalized), 1,736 have recovered, and 12 have died.

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Vernon County had 21 new cases, all of whom are recovering at home:

• Two males between 0–9 years old

• A male between 10–19 years old

• A male in his 20s

• A male in his 30s

• A male in his 40s

• A male in his 50s

• A male in his 60s

• A male in his 80s

• Two females between 10–19 years old

• Two females in their 20s

• A female in her 30s

• Two females in their 40s

• Two females in their 50s

• Two females in their 70s

• A female 90 or older

Of the county’s total 927 positive results, 677 have recovered, 12 are hospitalized, 229 are isolating at home, and nine have died.

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In Juneau County, 12 new cases were reported, resulting in a total of 1,189, of which 311 are active (four are hospitalized), 329 have been released from isolation, 543 have recovered, and six have died.

No new cases were reported at the New Lisbon Correctional Institute, which has had 520 total positive tests since Aug. 15. Seventeen of those cases remain active.

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