La Crosse County reported another 24 cases of COVID-19 on Tuesday.
Two more county residents were hospitalized since Saturday, bringing that total to 358 — 39 this month. There were 71 hospitalized in December and 148 in November.
La Crosse is averaging 40.7 cases a day the past week. Last week, that average was 62.
No COVID-19 deaths reported in any area counties Tuesday.
Here’s a look at new cases, the average the past week, total and active cases, as well as current hospitalizations in surrounding counties for Tuesday:
Here are Tuesday’s daily statewide stats:
Wisconsin had more hospitalizations and deaths Tuesday than the past two days combined. Sunday-Monday numbers in the state are usually down, as compared to the rest of the week.
Minnesota reported under 1,000 cases for the second-consecutive day, which hasn’t happened since Oct. 5-7.
Iowa’s had under double-digit deaths for three consecutive days now. Before that, the state went three weeks reporting an average of 53.7 deaths one day and 3.7 deaths the next. That makes the state’s daily average deaths over the past week fluctuate by nearly 10 from one day to the next.
Here’s a look at the state’s averages the past seven days, compared to averages from a week ago:
CASES — NOW: 1895, LAST WEEK: 2684
HOSPITALIZATIONS — NOW: 94, LAST WEEK: 112
DEATHS — NOW: 43, LAST WEEK: 33
CASES — NOW: 1362, LAST WEEK: 1958
HOSPITALIZATIONS — NOW: 81, LAST WEEK: 85
DEATHS — NOW: 31, LAST WEEK: 38
CASES — NOW: 1149, LAST WEEK: 1566
HOSPITALIZATIONS — NOW: 73, LAST WEEK: 85