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Wisconsin has set another record for new coronavirus cases in a single day.

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Wisconsin reports record-breaking 1,582 new coronavirus cases

Wisconsin has set another record for new coronavirus cases in a single day.

Wisconsin has set another record for new coronavirus cases in a single day. Continuing Coverage: Coronavirus in WisconsinThere were 1,582 new positive cases in Wisconsin on Sunday.There were 6,153 new negative cases. The previous daily record was last Thursday when the number of new positive cases was 1,547.The positivity rate for the past seven days in the state is 14.1% One additional death was reported in Milwaukee County, bringing the state total to 1,211.The total number of positive cases since the pandemic began stands at 89,185 while the number of negative cases is at 1,270,458. About 77,750 patients have recovered while 11.4% of cases remain active.Slightly more than 7% of patients have been hospitalized.Wisconsin also reported an increase in the number of cases in residents between the ages of 10 to 29.The majority of cases remain in southeastern Wisconsin.The state has the capacity to test more than 38,000 samples per day.Sign up for coronavirus email alerts from WISNGet breaking news alerts with the WISN 12 app.Follow us: Facebook | Twitter | Instagram | YouTube

MADISON, Wis. —

Wisconsin has set another record for new coronavirus cases in a single day.

Continuing Coverage: Coronavirus in Wisconsin

There were 1,582 new positive cases in Wisconsin on Sunday.

There were 6,153 new negative cases.

The previous daily record was last Thursday when the number of new positive cases was 1,547.

The positivity rate for the past seven days in the state is 14.1%

One additional death was reported in Milwaukee County, bringing the state total to 1,211.

The total number of positive cases since the pandemic began stands at 89,185 while the number of negative cases is at 1,270,458.

About 77,750 patients have recovered while 11.4% of cases remain active.

Slightly more than 7% of patients have been hospitalized.

Wisconsin also reported an increase in the number of cases in residents between the ages of 10 to 29.

The majority of cases remain in southeastern Wisconsin.

The state has the capacity to test more than 38,000 samples per day.

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