522 new COVID-19 cases in Wisconsin, 5,877 active cases: DHS

Henrietta Brewer
July 6, 2020

In Sunday's report from the Indiana State Department of Health, Marshall County's cases increased by 10 to 492, Starke County increased by one to 93 and Pulaski County's numbers rose by two to 64.

According to the OPH COVID-19 dashboard, there have been 2,118 total laboratory-confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Ottawa since March 11.

On Friday, the county saw its biggest one-day increase so far in cases: 430 reported just before the holiday weekend.


The Butler Health System is reporting that two patients are now being treated for COVID-19 symptoms at Butler Memorial Hospital with no one in the ICU.

The Dickinson-Iron District Health Department says it is now doing the contact tracing on the new cases. These data only include tests conducted by Atrium Health and Novant Health.

Marathon County still has the highest number of cases in central Wisconsin, with 9 new cases on Sunday bringing the county's total to 210.


As of noon Monday, Deputy Coroner Judith Pleskonko said the county has not received official notification about the death.

Three more COVID-19-related deaths were reported across Michigan Saturday.


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