Wisconsin DHS Now Reporting People Recovered From COVID-19
The state Department of Health Services is now reporting the number of people believed to have recovered from COVID-19. According to DHS, 2,313 people, or 46 percent of infected persons, have recovered. As of Friday, 262 people in Wisconsin have died from the virus. One person was confirmed to have the virus, but died from other causes. DHS defines recovery as those who meet at least one of these criteria: documentation of resolved symptoms, documentation of release from public health isolation, or 30 days since symptom onset or diagnosis.