MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — Wisconsin health officials on Tuesday are reporting 104 additional COVID-19 deaths in the state, the first time the state has seen newly reported deaths from the virus in the triple-digits.
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The Wisconsin Department of Health Services says the additional deaths bring the state’s total COVID-19 deaths to 3,115.READ MORE: COVID In Minnesota: Positivity Rate Creeps Down; 100 New Deaths Logged Over Holiday Weekend
The state also recorded another 6,202 new COVID-19 cases, bringing the state’s total cases to 363,973.
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Your #COVID19_WI update with another record we did not want to break — a record high number of newly reported deaths — 104. Our sympathies go out to all who have lost loved ones.
Please stay home and stay safe this #holiday weekend: https://t.co/NeSgrEvq8D pic.twitter.com/leTxrL5GJW
— WIDeptHealthServices (@DHSWI) November 24, 2020
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