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Single-digit COVID-19 cases in La Crosse County

Rick Solem

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Of all the area counties reporting COVID-19 cases Monday, La Crosse County was the second lowest.

Eight cases reported in La Crosse County, according to state data.

The county is now at 3,047 total cases.

According to the county dashboard — which reported 10 cases — hospitalizations of county residents rose by six over the weekend, to 80 total.

Average cases per day the past week has now dropped to 58. It was last over 100 on Wednesday.

In other counties, Trempealeau added 20 cases Monday, along with 15 over the weekend. The total there is now 649. Of those, 159 are active with three in the hospital.

Monroe County added 10 cases Monday and 39 over the weekend bringing its total to 543. There are 179 active cases, including two in the hospital.

Winona County added nine cases Monday, after 34 over the weekend and is now at 913 total.

Vernon County added 22 cases since Friday and now totals 233. There are 70 active in the county, including two residents hospitalized.

Houston County added three cases since Friday and is now at 128 — 14 of those active, including two hospitalized.


STATE TOTALS
Wisconsin: 117,588 cases, 7,142 hospitalizations, 1,283 deaths
Minnesota: 97,638 cases, 7,546 hospitalizations, 2,105 deaths
Iowa: 87,257 cases, 1,324 deaths


Statewide, Wisconsin added 1,726 cases — the first time under 2,000 cases in a day since Wednesday — along with 47 more hospitalized and two deaths.

The state has averaged 1,973.7 cases per day the past two weeks.

Minnesota added 936 cases — after having over 1,000 cases the past three days — 53 more hospitalizations and seven deaths.

Iowa data shows another 595 cases, eight deaths through Monday.

Host of WIZM's La Crosse Talk PM | University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point graduate | Hometown: Greenville, Wis | Avid noonball basketball player and sand volleyballer in La Crosse

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