More than 100 deaths due to COVID-19 were reported in Wisconsin over the weekend.
The state Department of Health Services reported 84 coronavirus deaths on Saturday and 18 on Sunday, to raise the toll in Wisconsin to 4,417 since the start of the pandemic.
Today’s #COVID19_WI snapshot updates our numbers with those reported since yesterday. Remember, anyone who needs a test can get a test. If you have any symptoms or think you’ve been exposed, call your provider or log on to find a community testing site: https://t.co/PnFZSsB1EE pic.twitter.com/StJ5v7GDkS
— WIDeptHealthServices (@DHSWI) December 20, 2020
Positive cases and testing have both trended down over the past month, as have hospitalizations.
As of Sunday, the Wisconsin Hospitals Association reported 1286 patients hospitalized with COVI-19, including 252 in ICUs. That compares to mid November’s highs of 2277 and 456, respectively.