Dane County health officials confirm 14 new cases of COVID-19 as county total reaches 615

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MADISON, Wis. — Fourteen new cases of COVID-19 have been confirmed in Dane County since Sunday afternoon, according to new data from Public Health Madison and Dane County.

Health officials said a total of 615 county residents have tested positive since the start of the pandemic, and 26 have died due to complications from the coronavirus.

The new data comes one day before Dane County plans to enter Phase 1 of its reopening plan.

Dane Co Data

More than 26,000 tests have been conducted, while 148 people have been hospitalized.

Wisconsin has confirmed 15,662 cases of the coronavirus as of Monday, with 4.1% of new tests coming back positive.

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