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This graph presents the trend over time in the number of confirmed COVID-19 cases reported in Wisconsin. Hovering over the bars (gray) on the graph above will show you the total number of new cases confirmed on a particular day. The line (dark blue) represents the average number of new confirmed cases over the previous 7-days. Friday March 12, 2021 12:00-12:30 ET Join experts from the Johns Hopkins Coronavirus Resource Center (CRC) at 12pm ET on Fridays for timely, accessible updates on the state of the pandemic and the public health response. The New York Times: Covid Vaccines Aren’t Enough. We Need More Tests. The number of new Covid-19 cases is dropping in the.

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