May 28, 2020, 8:15 a.m. central time zone
From the CDC:
- Global confirmed cases: 5,820,426; total deaths: 358,074; total recovered 2,522,080
- U.S. Confirmed cases: 1,747,487; total deaths: 102,173;
total recovered: 490,256
- Wisconsin confirmed cases: 16,462; total deaths: 539; 210,605 tests came back negative. 2,411 patients are hospitalized, about 15% of all those currently showing symptoms. 9,846 have recovered (60% of all cases). New Wisconsin information typically comes out at 2:00 p.m. every day from the Wisconsin Department of Health Services.
- Graphs show 51% of active cases are female and 49% are male. Among deaths the graphs show 43% female and 57% male.
- Main age group is 30-39 with 18% of all cases, then 40-49 and 20-29 are at 17% of all cases, and then 50-59 with 16%. The largest group who have been hospitalized is 80-89 with 45% of all cases, then 70-79 with 44% of all cases, then 90+ with 33% followed by 60-69 with 28%. The largest group of deaths of all cases is 90+ with 31%, followed by 80-89 with 21%.
- Wisconsin cases by counties we represent:
- Brown: 2,285 cases, 33 deaths
- Florence: 2 cases
- Forest: 24 cases, 1 death
- Langlade: 3 cases
- Marinette: 32 cases, 2 deaths
- Menominee: 3 cases
- Oconto: 35 cases
- Oneida: 8 cases
- Shawano: 41 cases
- Vilas: 6 cases
The state has 56 labs doing coronavirus testing. Current daily testing capacity is 14,753. 31 more labs are being onboarded for future testing.
Current Information in the U.S:
- U.S. death toll from COVID-19 surpasses 100,000 as states continue easing restrictions.
- Unemployment claims during the pandemic exceed 40 million as an additional 2.12 million filed for jobless benefits last week.
- American Airlines plans to cut 30% of its management and support staff.
- Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex in Florida reopens with reduced capacity.
- Amtrak plans to cut workforce by 20% and says it needs additional $1.5 billion bailout.
- Los Angeles County says houses of worship, retail stores, pools and more can reopen at reduced capacities with safety protocols in place.
- Las Vegas casinos will be allowed to reopen June 4, according to Nevada Governor Steve Sisolak.
- Rocky Mountain National Park in Northern Colorado to start phased reopening today after two-month closure.
- U.S. and global markets rise amid economic recovery hopes as governments worldwide ease lockdowns.