Update: Tuesday, 3:25 p.m.
Milwaukee County now says 268 people in the county have contracted coronavirus. That is an increase of 62 cases compared to Monday.
Update: Tuesday, 2:08 p.m.
The state of Wisconsin now has 457 positive coronavirus tests among its citizens, according to its review of the state’s tests.
The state of Wisconsin had also announced five deaths and 8,237 negative tests for COVID-19 in the state.
However, the state totals for Milwaukee County were 219, while Milwaukee County had said Tuesday morning they had 243 cases.
More than 50 percent of COVID-19 cases in Wisconsin now come from Milwaukee County.
The full breakdown of all Southeastern Wisconsin by county:
Fond du Lac: 18
Milwaukee: 219 from state officials, 243 per the county
Update: Tuesday, 9:58 a.m.
More new coronavirus cases have been confirmed in Milwaukee County. After the Monday afternoon update, 37 new cases came in the county.
That means a total of 243 in the county, and based on that total, at least 455 cases in the state of Wisconsin (when added to the official state total).
Update: Monday, 3:55 p.m.
With two more cases listed in Milwaukee County (now a total of 206), Wisconsin now has a total of 418 cases in the state.
Update: Monday, 1:30 p.m.
The State of Wisconsin says that 416 people have now contracted coronavirus.
The Department of Health Services confirmed five deaths in Wisconsin. The third death in Milwaukee came this weekend.
7,050 negative tests have occurred in Wisconsin.
Every county in Southeastern Wisconsin now has cases, with a total of 264 cases in the area. That is 63 percent of all cases in the state. The list:
Fond du Lac: 16
In its latest Monday update, the state announced new measures coming from the state of Wisconsin.
Update: Monday morning
With 202 confirmed cases now confirmed by officials in Milwaukee County, the state now has more than 400 confirmed coronavirus cases.
Confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Wisconsin continues to climb.
According to latest numbers released by the Department of Health Services, 381 people have tested positive for the virus as of Sunday afternoon.
The number increased by 100 from Saturday.
Milwaukee County has the highest total of cases with 182.
There have been four deaths statewide from the virus, including two in Milwaukee County.