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SAWYER COUNTY

More than 40,000 positive COVID-19 tests have been recorded in Northwestern Wisconsin.
Fewer deaths were reported since July 6 when compared to the two-week period from June 22 to July 6.
DHS reports no significant change in hospitalizations or deaths since June 22.
Two additional deaths were reported in Northwestern Wisconsin, bringing the total to 429 in the 10-county region.

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Five additional deaths were reported in Northwestern Wisconsin, DHS data showed Wednesday.
Six new deaths have been reported daily on average, the Wisconsin Department of Health Services reported Wednesday, June 8.
The downward trend in new infections across the state started two weeks ago.
The state Department of Health Services urges people to stay informed, test and stay home when sick.
The state health department reported 41 additional deaths since May 4.
The state Department of Health Services reported 21 additional deaths since April 27.

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State data shows 13 additional deaths since April 20, including two in Northwestern Wisconsin.
Two people in Douglas County were among 17 deaths DHS reported over the last week.
The number of hospitalizations climbed in the last week, but fewer patients were admitted to intensive care units, DHS reported.

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