The Vilas County Department of Health website, updated the morning of April 29, shows that 182 people have been tested for COVID-19 in the county, with 164 of those tests coming back negative. Currently, 14 tests are pending, and four cases have officially recovered. For the most up-to-date information in Vilas County, visit health.vilascountywi.gov.



Information from the Wisconsin Department of Health Services website shows that the number of cases of COVID-19 in the state rose by 325 since yesterday and eight more deaths were reported. The new total number of confirmed cases in the state is at 6,854 cases, up from yesterday’s total of 6,529. There have now been 316 deaths, up from 308 confirmed yesterday in the state due to the outbreak. Information on the site states that 1,512 people, or 22% of those confirmed with the virus, have been hospitalized. As of today, more than 69,300 tests have been reported negative.



The state’s current daily testing capabilities jumped up to 11,047, with 50 labs in the state currently performing tests. 



The vast majority of cases continue to be in the southern part of the state — with Milwaukee County leading the state in number of cases, followed by Brown and Dane counties.



Meanwhile, according to worldometers.info, worldwide cases of COVID-19 have risen to nearly 3.2 million cases, deaths from the virus have topped 231,500, while more than 1 million cases have recovered. The United States has now topped 1 million total cases, recorded more than 62,500 deaths from the virus, and seen nearly 150,000 recovered cases.



Information from the Wisconsin Department of Health Services website shows that the number of cases of COVID-19 in the state rose by 325 since yesterday and eight more deaths were reported. The new total number of confirmed cases in the state is at 6,854 cases, up from yesterday’s total of 6,529. There have now been 316 deaths, up from 308 confirmed yesterday in the state due to the outbreak. Information on the site states that 1,512 people, or 22% of those confirmed with the virus, have been hospitalized. As of today, more than 69,300 tests have been reported negative.



The state’s current daily testing capabilities jumped up to 11,047, with 50 labs in the state currently performing tests. 



The vast majority of cases continue to be in the southern part of the state — with Milwaukee County leading the state in number of cases, followed by Brown and Dane counties.



Meanwhile, according to worldometers.info, worldwide cases of COVID-19 have risen to nearly 3.2 million cases, deaths from the virus have topped 231,500, while more than 1 million cases have recovered. The United States has now topped 1 million total cases, recorded more than 62,500 deaths from the virus, and seen nearly 150,000 recovered cases.