Remember those people rushing the bars, oh, 2 weeks TO THE DAY?
KENOSHA, Wis. — Kenosha County has seen a 20 percent spike in COVID-19 cases since the Safer at Home order ended in Wisconsin. Now health leaders are urging people to take precautions to help change the growing number of cases.
You don’t say?
The state reported 599 new known COVID-19 cases on Wednesday with 22 known deaths, according to Wisconsin’s Department of Health Services, the highest recorded daily rise since the pandemic began there. As of Wednesday, the state had more than 16,460 known cases and 539 known deaths, according to the department.
The previous record in new coronavirus cases was 528 the week prior.
We said we’d check in in 2 weeks, and lo! You know, I wouldn’t have minded being wrong.