COVID-19 (Coronavirus)

COVID-19 (Coronavirus)

Coronavirus

The first case of COVID-19 was reported in Winnebago County on March 15, 2020. Staying home, social distancing and hand washing are crucial to slowing the spread. The entire community is urged to support these efforts. Slowing spread of COVID-19 is necessary to keep from overwhelming our health care system and protecting those most at risk of serious illness. 

 

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Safer at home guidanceHow to protect yourselfWhat do do if you're sick

 

County & State Lab Confirmed COVID-19 Cases (Updated: 4pm, 4/7/20) 

 Winnebago County*Wisconsin**
Positive23 (+0)2,578 (+138)
Negative466 (+41)28,512 (+1,938)
Pending86 (-12)***
Deaths1 (+0)92 (+15)
  * Does not include data from the portions of the City of Menasha or City of Appleton that fall within Winnebago County
  ** Wisconsin case numbers are updated daily at 9pm
  *** Information is unavailable  
   For cases in the U.S., visit the CDC website

 

 

Winnebago County Case Data (Trends, Patients by Age and Sex)

  

Complete COVID-19 Coverage

  

Resources for Specific Groups/Topics

Businesses & Employers
First Responders & Law Enforcement
Long term care facilities  

 

CONTACT 211 FOR NON-MEDICAL QUESTIONS

TEXT COVID19 TO 211-211 / CALL 211 / VISIT 211 WEBSITE

Assistance finding food - Paying for housing bills - Accessing free childcare - Other essential services

 

CLICK HERE TO REPORT A MASS GATHERING OR 
BUSINESS-RELATED CONCERN IN WINNEBAGO COUNTY

  

If your questions haven't been answered from the resources on our website, please call the Winnebago County Health Department COVID-19 Hotline at 920-232-3026