There are about 17-hundred coronavirus deaths in Wisconsin that are missing some information.
The state’s Department of Health Services yesterday said they are trying to fill-in the blanks in those deaths, but they’re not sure they can. The move comes after DHS ‘reclassified’ about a thousand deaths as occurring in the state’s nursing homes. Lawmakers want to know how many of the remaining 17-hundred deaths also happened in nursing homes. DHS’s Traci DeSalvo says many of those remaining deaths occurred at people’s homes, but not all of them. CLICK HERE FOR MORE FROM WI DHS.