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Report: COVID-19 deaths in Wisconsin up 19 from previous day

MILWAUKEE (AP) — An update issued Saturday by the Wisconsin Department of Human Services showed an increase of 19 COVID-19 deaths from the previous day's report, raising the total number of deaths from the virus to 56.

The department summary shows a total of 2,112 positive tests for COVID-19, a jump of 196 from Friday. A total of 588 people have been hospitalized.

The MIlwaukee County Medical Examiner's Office reported six new deaths on Saturday, bringing the total number of deaths in the county to 34.

Nearly 24,000 people have tested negative for the virus. 

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Homer 53 days ago
A negative test doesn't give you immunity from CONVID 19. It just tells you that you don't have it YET.

Two weeks in isolation doesn't provide you with immunity. You can still come out of your house and be exposed/catch the virus.

81% of Milwaukee's COVID 19 confirmed cases are African Americans, living primarily on the north side. Milwaukee is only 27% African American.

It's going to be like some kind of Zombie Apocalypse... This is going to be a serious problem. A lot more people are going to die on the north side of Milwaukee than the entire rest of Wisconsin.

Unfortunately, this is also true for most other urban African American populations, Chicago, Detroit, Baltimore, NYC...

If we can save Milwaukee's north side, we can save state...

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