1. What could be next for Wisconsin as COVID-19 cases trend upward  NBC 26
  2. New COVID-19 cases drop slightly in La Crosse Co., 315 more in Wisconsin  WXOW.com
  3. Surge of Wisconsin COVID-19 cases in young adults concerns officials  Madison.com
  4. Wisconsin COVID-19 Cases Rising -- Especially People In Their 20s  Brookfield, WI Patch
  5. Wisconsin adds 3,000 coronavirus cases in one week  WEAU
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The number of new cases continues to increase according to the La Crosse County Health Department.The number of new cases continues to increase according to the La Crosse County Health Department.

New COVID-19 cases drop slightly in La Crosse Co., 315 more in Wisconsin

Previously, Wisconsin's case numbers were increasing by 1,000 every 3 or 4 days.Previously, Wisconsin's case numbers were increasing by 1,000 every 3 or 4 days.

Wisconsin adds 3,000 coronavirus cases in one week

Dane County reported a record 115 new cases Wednesday and again Saturday, and has had no fewer than 72 cases daily since last Tuesday.Dane County reported a record 115 new cases Wednesday and again Saturday, and has had no fewer than 72 cases daily since last Tuesday.

Surge of Wisconsin COVID-19 cases in young adults concerns officials | Local News | madison.com

Surge of Wisconsin COVID-19 cases in young adults concerns officials | Local News | madison.com

11 Wisconsinites died from COVID-19 Sunday, according to new data released Sunday by the Wisconsin Department of Health Services. 11 Wisconsinites died from COVID-19 Sunday, according to new data released Sunday by the Wisconsin Department of Health Services. 

Wisconsin health officials have not recorded a new death related to the coronavirus for three straight days.Wisconsin health officials have not recorded a new death related to the coronavirus for three straight days.

Coronavirus (WI): No COVID-19 Deaths Reported For 3 Straight Days In Wisconsin – WCCO | CBS Minnesota

Of 315 new positive tests, 118 involved 20-somethings, an age group that has been especially hard hit in Wisconsin recently.Of 315 new positive tests, 118 involved 20-somethings, an age group that has been especially hard hit in Wisconsin recently.

Coronavirus in Wisconsin: State adds 315 new cases, most on a Monday

Wisconsin COVID-19 Cases Rising - Brookfield, WI - Wisconsin has seen more than 400 new cases for five consecutive days as of Sunday, matching a five-day run starting on May 20. Wisconsin has seen more than 400 new cases for five consecutive days as of Sunday, matching a five-day run starting on May 20.

Wisconsin COVID-19 Cases Rising — Especially People In Their 20s | Brookfield, WI Patch

OLIVIA — Over the weekend, the Minnesota Department of Health reported only one new COVID-19 case in Kandiyohi County. However, Chippewa County's total grew by four and Renville County went up five. Chippewa now stands at 74 and Renville County has 24. OLIVIA — Over the weekend, the Minnesota Department of Health reported only one new COVID-19 case in Kandiyohi County. However, Chippewa County's total grew by four and Renville County went up five. Chippewa now stands at 74 and Renville County has 24.

COVID-19 cases rise over weekend in handful of west central Minnesota counties, while Kandiyohi County sees only one | West Central Tribune

No new deaths to COVID-19 have been reported since yesterday, and the percentage of positive tests has dropped to 5.3 percent.No new deaths to COVID-19 have been reported since yesterday, and the percentage of positive tests has dropped to 5.3 percent.

For second day in a row, no new COVID-19 deaths in Wisconsin

Roughly 30% of Wisconsin counties are experiencing a high level of COVID-19 activity, according to the Wisconsin Department of Health Services.

30% of Wisconsin counties are experiencing high COVID-19 activity, new data show

In Iowa, there were 302 additional confirmed cases of COVID-19 between 11 a.m. Sunday and 11 a.m. Monday -- for a total of 28,732. There were three additional deaths reported,In Iowa, there were 302 additional confirmed cases of COVID-19 between 11 a.m. Sunday and 11 a.m. Monday -- for a total of 28,732. There were three additional deaths reported,

Where is COVID-19? Maps of confirmed cases in Illinois, Iowa, Wisconsin (as of Monday) | Coronavirus | telegraphherald.com

Following five straight days of increases in the number of new cases, the state has now had two days with falling case numbers. There were 315 new COVID-19 cases reported by Wisconsin DHS, bringing the number of active cases to 5,060.Following five straight days of increases in the number of new cases, the state has now had two days with falling case numbers. There were 315 new COVID-19 cases reported by Wisconsin DHS, bringing the number of active cases to 5,060.

Daily Wisconsin COVID-19 Update: Some Good News in Today's Wisconsin DHS Report - Shepherd Express

The percentage of positive COVID-19 cases increased on Sunday, while the number of reported test results decreased.The percentage of positive COVID-19 cases increased on Sunday, while the number of reported test results decreased.

7.1 percent of COVID-19 tests come back positive; no new deaths

MADISON (WLUK) -- The number of daily coronavirus cases in Wisconsin saw a downward trend Monday, as did testing. Health officials reported315 new positive COVID-19 cases after 5,927 test results were gathered. That's compared to 457 additional positive cases reported Sunday. The 315 new positive results accounts for 5. 3% of Monday's gathered results. DHS also reported no new deaths Monday, keeping the total at 777.MADISON (WLUK) -- The number of daily coronavirus cases in Wisconsin saw a downward trend Monday, as did testing. Health officials reported315 new positive COVID-19 cases after 5,927 test results were gathered. That's compared to 457 additional positive cases reported Sunday. The 315 new positive results accounts for 5. 3% of Monday's gathered results. DHS also reported no new deaths Monday, keeping the total at 777.

Monday's state coronavirus cases and testing see decrease | WLUK

Monday's state coronavirus cases and testing see decrease

MILWAUKEE -- The number of positive cases of the coronavirus in Wisconsin rose to 28,108 Monday, June 29, officials with the Wisconsin Department of Health Services reported. There have been 779 deaths in the state. DHS officials said of the positive cases, 3,407 have required hospitalization.MILWAUKEE -- The number of positive cases of the coronavirus in Wisconsin rose to 28,108 Monday, June 29, officials with the Wisconsin Department of Health Services reported. There have been 779 deaths in the state. DHS officials said of the positive cases, 3,407 have required hospitalization. More than 527,359 people have tested negative for COVID-19.

28K+ tested positive for COVID-19 in Wisconsin, 779 deaths, 22K+ recovered, 527K+ negative | FOX6Now.com

On Sunday, the Department of Health Services report showed out of 6,481 new test results, 7.1% came back positive. This is after two straight days of percentages above 5%.On Sunday, the Department of Health Services report showed out of 6,481 new test results, 7.1% came back positive. This is after two straight days of percentages above 5%.

Percentage of newly confirmed coronavirus cases jumps to more than 7%

Testing slows, but cases grow.Testing slows, but cases grow.

WI Daily: Wisconsin Records Highest COVID-19 Case Rate in 40 Days » Urban Milwaukee

Two counties in the 10-county region reported new cases of COVID-19 Sunday.Two counties in the 10-county region reported new cases of COVID-19 Sunday.

3 new cases of COVID-19 in northwestern Wisconsin on June 28 | Superior Telegram

The weekly average of newly-confirmed cases is now past 400, according to the latest numbers released Sunday by the Wisconsin Department of Health Services.The weekly average of newly-confirmed cases is now past 400, according to the latest numbers released Sunday by the Wisconsin Department of Health Services.

Average new positive COVID-19 cases pass 400, percent positive test results spike again

MADISON -- The number of positive cases of the coronavirus in Wisconsin rose to 27,743 Sunday, June 28, officials with the Wisconsin Department of Health Services reported. There have been 777 deaths in the state. DHS officials said of the positive cases, 3,393 have required hospitalization (12%).MADISON -- The number of positive cases of the coronavirus in Wisconsin rose to 27,743 Sunday, June 28, officials with the Wisconsin Department of Health Services reported. There have been 777 deaths in the state. DHS officials said of the positive cases, 3,393 have required hospitalization (12%). More than 521,000 people (521,747) have tested negative for COVID-19.

27K+ tested positive for COVID-19 in Wisconsin, 779 deaths, 21K+ recovered, 521K+ negative | FOX6Now.com

Nearly 100% of the state's 373 nursing homes have completed one round of baseline coronavirus testing. But providers say they need more clarity on how to execute that going forward.Nearly 100% of the state's 373 nursing homes have completed one round of baseline coronavirus testing. But providers say they need more clarity on how to execute that going forward.

Wisconsin nursing homes know they have to test for COVID-19 to keep staff and residents safe, but specifics on how to do it are still scarce

Wisconsin’s Department of Health Services Sunday reported 457 new cases of COVID-19 with 6,024 negative tests being recorded.Wisconsin’s Department of Health Services Sunday reported 457 new cases of COVID-19 with 6,024 negative tests being recorded.

457 new cases confirmed, 5,009 active COVID-19 cases: DHS

There have been 27,743 positive cases of COVID-19 in Wisconsin as of Saturday, according to the state Department of Health Services. That's an increase of 457 cases from the day before.There have been 27,743 positive cases of COVID-19 in Wisconsin as of Saturday, according to the state Department of Health Services. That's an increase of 457 cases from the day before.

Wisconsin COVID-19 Positive Case Rate Still Rising, Now At 7.1 Percent | Wisconsin Public Radio

Hospitalizations hit 88-day low, but new cases continue to accelerate.Hospitalizations hit 88-day low, but new cases continue to accelerate.

WI Daily: Two Straight Days With No COVID-19 Deaths » Urban Milwaukee