COVID-19 in Wisconsin: 180 of every 100,000 residents have been infected

An average of 180.3 of every 100,000 Wisconsin residents has COVID-19, according to new data released by the state's Department of Health Services Monday. 

Brown County (760.6 per 100,000), Milwaukee County (421.5 per 100,000) and Kenosha County (411.7 per 100,000) are the counties with the highest rates of COVID-19. 

Statewide, there are 10,418 positive COVID-19 cases and 108,033 negatives. 

1,846 Wisconsin residents have been hospitalized with the virus and 409 residents have died. 

Recently, Gov. Tony Evers announced the state's reopening plan, called the Badger Bounce Back. Starting Monday, Wisconsin retail stores will be allowed to open with limited customers. 

Evers extended the state's stay-at-home order until May 26. In addition, Wisconsin and five other states announced a regional pact to reopen the economy

Wisconsin ordered all of its State Parks, forests and recreation areas closed April 9, but announced 34 of them will reopen May 1

The state's first deaths were reported on March 19.

On April 4, President Donald Trump approved disaster declaration for Wisconsin due to the COVID-19 pandemic. This declaration allows for federal funding to be allocated to state, tribal and eligible local governments and certain private nonprofit organizations that were impacted by the virus.

On March 24, Evers directed the Department of Health Services to issue a "Safer At Home" order that prohibits all nonessential travel in the state, with some exceptions. 

Wisconsin 'Safer at Home' order: What's open, what's closed and what you're allowed to leave your house for

Wisconsin Gov. Tony Evers on Tuesday directed the Department of Health Services to issue a “Safer at Home” order that prohibits all nonessential travel in the state, with some exceptions. 

If you have questions or immediate needs related to COVID-19, you can Text COVID19 to 211-211, visit 211Wisconsin.org or call 211. Call volumes are high, so officials are asking people to be patient and try to use the text or online options first. 

If you are experiencing signs and symptoms of COVID-19, health officials advise you to call your health care provider. 

To prevent illness, wash your hands often, cover coughs and sneezes, clean frequently touched surfaces every day and stay home when you are sick.