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Posted on: July 17, 2020

Wright County Public Health Releases Weekly COVID-19 Dashboard

Wright County Public Health has released its weekly COVID-19 dashboard for the period ending Thursday, July 16. For the third straight week, there have been increases in the number of confirmed cases with 71 new confirmed cases reported this week. Throughout the month of June, weekly confirmed cases dropped consistently to a low of 19 on the June 25 report. In the three weeks since, the numbers have climbed from 42 to 53 to 71 this week, bringing the overall total to 576. A significant change to the report was that the confirmed number of deaths in Wright County dropped from five to four. In a statement from Wright County Public Health: “All data is preliminary and may change as cases are invested. Upon investigation, one of the residents counted in Wright County’s number of deaths due to COVID-19 actually resided in another county.”

To see this week’s Wright County COVID-19 dashboard, click here: https://www.arcgis.com/apps/opsdashboard/index.html#/52d559cfbe6e4ca39558c9b2f877e144

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