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Second COVID-19 death confirmed in Milwaukee County, bringing total in state to four

MILWAUKEE COUNTY, Wis. (CBS 58) -- A second coronavirus death has been confirmed in Milwaukee County, according to the Milwaukee County Medical Examiner's Office on Saturday, March 21. 

According to the ME's Office, the 69-year-old man was dealing with a number of other medical-related issues before the coronavirus. 

Wisconsin has now seen four deaths due to the coronavirus. The first death was a man in his 50s from Fond Du Lac County. The second death was a man in his 90s from Ozaukee County. The third was a 66-year-old man from Milwaukee County. 

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BethBronco 18 days ago
Robert, you talk smart until it hits someone you love, although you sound like you do not love at all.
RobertPhillips 18 days ago
On ave 1 person dies a day on roads in wis. I dont see the roads shutting down baning cars.. Cigs kill people not baning then not evan against the for minors to smoke only to buy ban cigs.more people were killed at miller coors ban beer ban guns .go back to normal let people decide how to run tbefe lives not the government
Stan 18 days ago
Shut the state down. We all know you don't want to do that because of the DNC.
stop placing profits over people. Do you really want ppl from all 50 states here? Do you think this is gonna magically go away in a couple of days?
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