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COVID-19 Data Tracker Update as of June 8, 2020

Author: Jessica Poff

Category: Data Analytics, COVID-19

As of June 8, 2020, Wisconsin continues to report the lowest percentage of positive COVID-19 tests among the five midwestern states with 6.0% of the tests returning positive.  Illinois and Indiana have the highest percentage of positive cases in the Midwest, tied at 12.3%  Wisconsin’s percentage of positive tests is below the median for all states, and both numbers are steadily decreasing. 

Wisconsin is still seeing a decreasing trend in the percentage of COVID-19 positive patients being hospitalized, as well as the rate of hospitalized patients being admitted to the ICU. The median for all states of the percentage of positive COVID-19 patients continues to decrease.

COVID Tracker Date

Median of all states - % of people testing COVID positive

Median of all states – % COVID patients hospitalized

Median of all states – % hospitalized COVID patients admitted to ICU

WI - % of people testing COVID positive

WI – % COVID patients hospitalized

WI – % hospitalized COVID patients admitted to ICU

6/8/2020

7.0%

12.6%

29.9%

6.0%

13.7%

22.4%

5/27/2020

7.9%

14.9%

31.2%

7.3%

14.9%

23%

WI STAY AT HOME ORDER ENDED 5/13/2020  (EXCEPTIONS: DANE COUNTY, CITY OF MILWAUKEE, RACINE)

5/7/20

9.5%

15.8%

34.7%

9.2%

19%

25%

4/25/20

9.9%

16.3%

37.3%

8.9%

25.3%

25.6%

4/13/20

10.3%

15.3%

31.8%

8.5%

29.2%

26.8%

Here is a snapshot from the COVID-19 Tracker showing the trending of the positive COVID-19 test results, hospitalizations, ICU admissions and fatalities for Wisconsin.

Net Two Day WI 6-8

Here is a look at the midwestern states as compared to the U.S.

Two Day Midwest 6-8

We hope that you find this information of value as we all continue to navigate through the COVID-19 pandemic. We will continue to regularly update the COVID-19 Data Tracker as more data becomes available. 

Click here to download the complete COVID-19 Data Tracker for June 8, 2020 from our BSG Analytics team.

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Jessica Poff

Posted in: Data Analytics, COVID-19

Posted by Jessica Poff

Data Scientist - BSG Analytics

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