WI Sees “Critically High” Covid-19 Cases

WI Sees “Critically High” Covid-19 Cases

 Wisconsin health officials say they’ve created a “Critically High” category to describe the state’s COVID cases. 

It means there are at least a thousand cases per 100-thousand people.  The change comes after the infection rate across the state reached twice the threshold of the top category, which was “Very High.”  The current average infection rate is more than 13-hundred cases per 100-thousand.

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