COVID (use this one)

SHEBOYGAN COUNTY — Monday's update reported just 256 active cases of COVID-19 in Sheboygan County—the first time the number has dipped below 300 for the first time since Oct. 6 (291 cases).

The highest number of active cases were upwards of 2,600 around Thanksgiving.

Monday's update also recorded two new deaths, bringing the total to 125.

Data for Monday, Feb. 5:

Wisconsin confirmed case count: 550,396

Sheboygan County confirmed case count: 12,565

Sheboygan County active cases: 256

Sheboygan County recovered cases: 12,184

Sheboygan County deaths: 125

Sheboygan County hospitalizations: 5

Sheboygan County negative tests: 43,811

To view the Sheboygan County Division of Public Health COVID-19 dashboard, click here.

Here's the latest state data for Wisconsin


Here are COVID-19 resources you can use

Where to get tested in Sheboygan County

COVID-19-related financial assistance

CDC Coronavirus Disease information 

Wisconsin DHS Coronavirus Disease information

World Health Organization Global COVID-19 Case Map

CDC COVID-19 Case Map

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