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Second case of coronavirus confirmed in Wisconsin

Updated: 10:11 p.m. on March 9, 2020

WISCONSIN (CBS 58) -- The Somerset School District announced Monday that an individual with a confirmed case of coronavirus attended an event at Osceola High School on Saturday, March 7.

The district says they are monitoring the situation.


Posted: 5:44 p.m. on March 9, 2020

WISCONSIN (CBS 58) -- The Wisconsin Department of Health Services and the Pierce County Public Health Department announced Monday, March 9 that a second person has tested postive for COVID-19. 

The person was exposed while traveling within the U.S. and is currently isolated at home. 

County health officials are working to determine people who have been in contact with the patient to isolate or quarantine people and test those who are exhibiting symptoms. 

“With a second confirmed case in our state we continue to urge state residents to take precautions to avoid illness,” said State Health Officer Jeanne Ayers. “As guidance is evolving, it’s important for people to monitor the DHS and Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) websites for the latest information on COVID-19.”

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ChuckMarshall 25 days ago
Ya know, I understand not disclosing personal information of the folks who have acquired this virus. But, don't you think it would be helpful to the general public to at lease include the general area/cities these people live in so people of those communities can take additional step is personally required to prevent or reduce contamination. Such as avoiding a given health clinic or hospital? Some of us have regular visits to these places and also have serious underlying health issues, such as COPD which would lend us to being struck down by this vicious infection if we were to go to a place and sit in a chair the virus is know to be. Just saying. I think it would help. I would avoid a waiting room or WalMart a person in a city where the infection is confirmed.
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