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'We are flattening the curve:' Wisconsin sees decrease in COVID-19 exponential growth, DHS official says

MADISON, Wis. (CBS 58) -- Wisconsin Department of Health Services (DHS) Secretary Andrea Palm said Monday, April 13 the state is flattening the curve of COVID-19. 

During a media briefing Palm said, "we have seen a decrease in the exponential growth." 

As of Monday, at least 150 people have died from coronavirus in the State of Wisconsin. 

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PhilipSchwigel 47 days ago
I didn't vote. I was scared of either getting shot at while standing in line waiting or catching the virus. Both seem to be problems that are going to be plaguing the city for many moons to come.
susan 49 days ago
How can it be known if we are flattening the curve. Over weekend told by rural Wisconsin Public Department not all have capabilities of testing for covid19 in place. This will give people in a low number county false sense of security and increase their risk. And make it difficult to reopen.
Kopps 49 days ago
I really hope this comes true, but we won't know for sure until the week of Apr 21 to 28 ( two weeks after voting day).
And we'll then see if Vos and Fitzgerald contributed to the outbreak in Wisconsin. If so, be sure to thank them.
Kevin Kopps 49 days ago
Voters already did
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