On Tuesday, the Wisconsin Department of Health Services reported another 728 people have tested positive for COVID-19, bringing the total confirmed case count in the state since testing began to 56,056.
The Wisconsin Department of Health Services says another 1,062 people have tested positive for the coronavirus on Saturday, bringing the total confirmed case count in the state since testing began to more than 54,000.
"So at this point--and this may change as more research comes out--but at this point that drug and that drug combination is definitely not recommended," says Prevea Health President and CEO Dr. Ashok Rai.
”Some weeks we get what we need, and some weeks we have to ration back and not test as many people. And that’s somewhat counterproductive. If you remember, we’re trying to measure that percent positivity and trying to get that number to go down,” says Prevea Health President and CEO Dr. Ashok Rai.
Everyone attending the Democratic National Convention in Milwaukee next month will have to wear a face mask, be tested daily for COVID-19, fill out questionnaires and maintain a physical distance from others.