La Crosse County up to 165 active COVID-19 cases
Sunday marks the sixth consecutive day of 20 or more newly reported cases for the county
LA CROSSE COUNTY, Wis. (WKBT)– The La Crosse County Health Department is reporting 23 new lab-confirmed COVID-19 cases Sunday. This is the sixth consecutive day of 20 or more newly reported cases for the county.
There are 165 cases currently considered active, meaning the person is still experiencing symptoms or has not had enough days after symptoms subsided to be consi
Four people are currently hospitalized due to the COVID-19.
The announcement comes after the county updated a list of locations where the potential exposure to the coronavirus is considered ‘High Risk.’ If you were at any of the following locations during the specified time periods, you are urged to fill out a Risk Screening and Referral Form:
|Establishment Name||Location||Dates of Known Positives|
|TJ Maxx||Onalaska||June 8-10|
|Planet Fitness||Onalaska||June 8 and 10 (after 5:30 pm)|
|Howie’s||La Crosse||June 8, 10, 12|
|Blue Moon*||Onalaska||June 5-7, 10, 13|
|La Crosse Queen*||La Crosse||June 9, 10|
|Pettibone Public Beach||La Crosse||June 5-7, 11-13|
|Legends and Twisted Moose*||La Crosse||June 5-7, 11 and 13|
|Brothers Bar*||La Crosse||June 5-7, 11 and 13|
|The Crow||La Crosse||June 5-7|
|Broncos*||La Crosse||June 5-7, 11 and 13|
|The Library Bar*||La Crosse||June 5-7, 11 and 13|
|Animal House||La Crosse||June 13, 14, 16|
The health department is urging the public to wear fabric face masks if you must be in public, to practice physical distancing, and to stay home as much as possible. If you have ANY symptoms of COVID-19 including fever, chills, runny nose, congestion, muscle or body aches, cough, tiredness, headache, new loss of taste or smell, nausea, vomiting, or diarrhea to stay home and contact your provider to be tested for COVID-19.