Wisconsin

Cases

New WI Cases

September 18
+3,460
Trend
Rising

New WI Deaths

September 18
+8
Trend
Rising

Total WI Cases

Confirmed cases
97,279
Deaths
1,238

Tests in WI

Positive-Test Rate
15.8%

County Trends

Rising
54
Falling
4
Flat
14

Total County Cases

>10,000 1,001-10,000 101-1,000 11-100 1-10 0

By County

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More than 50% increase in 7-day average of new cases, compared with one week ago
10-50% increase in 7-day average of new cases, compared with one week ago
County Confirmed New cases yesterday Deaths
La Crosse 2,375 576 2
Milwaukee 26,402 274 521
Eau Claire 1,476 217 6
Dane 8,455 213 41
Winnebago 2,459 207 23
Brown 7,183 170 59
Waukesha 6,452 165 85
Outagamie 3,277 160 27
Grant 703 100 19
Sheboygan 1,415 98 14
Fond du Lac 1,655 73 12
Dunn 319 65 0
Calumet 819 50 2
Washington 2,156 48 32
Portage 1,086 48 3
St. Croix 773 48 8
Walworth 2,374 42 34
Monroe 361 42 2
Trempealeau 512 38 2
Manitowoc 806 37 2
Forest 195 37 4
Rock 2,162 36 32
Chippewa 456 36 0
Jefferson 1,166 33 7
Kewaunee 350 32 2
Pierce 364 31 6
Shawano 470 30 1
Oneida 312 30 2
Racine 4,377 29 94
Dodge 1,538 26 9
Wood 653 26 3
Douglas 359 25 0
Marathon 976 24 14
Burnett 101 24 3
Waupaca 864 23 20
Clark 313 23 8
Ozaukee 1,173 22 19
Sauk 777 19 3
Vernon 164 19 0
Lincoln 127 16 1
Oconto 623 15 4
Green Lake 169 15 0
Buffalo 119 15 2
Marinette 707 12 7
Vilas 157 12 1
Taylor 144 12 3
Richland 85 12 4
Green 395 11 2
Door 220 11 3
Kenosha 3,216 10 65
Waushara 258 10 2
Barron 407 9 4
Juneau 302 9 1
Polk 214 9 2
Bayfield 76 9 1
Columbia 478 7 2
Sawyer 192 7 1
Jackson 99 7 1
Florence 53 7 0
Ashland 49 7 2
Crawford 135 6 0
Rusk 46 6 1
Marquette 169 5 1
Price 43 5 0
Lafayette 204 4 0
Iowa 142 4 0
Washburn 87 4 1
Adams 183 2 3
Langlade 120 2 2
Pepin 54 2 0
Menominee 42 2 0
Iron 136 0 1

Tracker: Vaccine & Drug Development

Researchers worldwide are scrambling to develop vaccines and treatments for the coronavirus. SmartNews is tracking progress here.

UPDATES
1 day ago
Pfizer vaccine trial bets on early win against coronavirus, documents show
2 days ago
US outlines sweeping plan to provide free COVID-19 vaccines, officials say the shot wouldn’t be broadly available until the summer of 2021
2 days ago
Study hints antibody drug may cut COVID-19 hospitalizations
9/15/2020
Pfizer says coronavirus vaccine study shows mostly mild-to-moderate side effects
9/15/2020
There may not be enough coronavirus vaccine doses to quickly supply the world, Gates Foundation says
9/15/2020
The Food and Drug Administration is weighing whether to follow British regulators in resuming AstraZeneca coronavirus vaccine trial
CNN
9/13/2020
Pfizer coronavirus vaccine could be given to Americans before end of the year, CEO says
9/12/2020
Oxford and AstraZeneca resume coronavirus vaccine trial
9/11/2020
Governments should begin prep for transporting COVID-19 vaccine, trade org urges
9/8/2020
AstraZeneca vaccine trial paused to investigate 'a potentially unexplained illness'
Wisconsin
STATUS: REOPENED
Cases
97,279 confirmed cases, with 3,460 new cases yesterday
Masks
Statewide mask mandate
Closures
Most sectors have reopened
Fact
Yale economic study finds that the benefit of each additional cloth mask worn by the public is conservatively worth $3,000-$6,000. Read more »

Policy last updated: 8/6/2020

Timeline: The Road to Reopening

Tracking the latest information on preventive measures and policy changes as the U.S. combats the coronavirus and struggles with when and how to reopen its economy.

UPDATES
7/31/2020
Several Wisconsin law enforcement authorities say they won’t enforce mask mandate
7/30/2020
Gov. Tony Evers requires all Wisconsin residents to wear face masks while indoors until the end of September
7/14/2020
Milwaukee mask mandate takes effect Thursday for everyone 3 and older

Coronavirus News

  • Sources: Johns Hopkins CSSE and The COVID Tracking Project
  • Disclaimer: This data changes rapidly, so what’s shown may be out of date. Table totals may not always represent an accurate sum.
  • †SmartNews is no longer displaying U.S. “recovered” data due to the lack of uniform reporting from state health departments.