May 18 Report vs. May 17 Report

Cases as of May 17 vs. cases as of May 16

These tables compare Wisconsin DHS statistics reported today, May 18, with those reported yesterday, May 17. The numbers reported today reflect cases as of May 17, and the numbers reported yesterday reflected cases as of May 16. (Please see the data note for more details.)

The Shalom Service Area consists of 57 tracts, which are home to 164,046 people (including 51,588 children).

 

Cases, tests, hospitalizations, and deaths in selected locations
All values are 7-day averages
Wisconsin Milwaukee County Shalom Service Area
May 16 May 17 change May 16 May 17 change May 16 May 17 change
cases1 2,433 2,374 −59 438 430 −8 60 58 −2
cases, 0-91 247 242 −5 48 48 0 9 9 0
cases, 10-191 265 261 −4 54 55 2 8 8 0
tests 16,489 15,552 −936 2,940 2,814 −126 435 415 −20
new hospitalizations2 35 34 0 5 6 0 1 1 0
deaths reported 2 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
1 Includes both confirmed and probable cases.
2 This is likely an undercount due to data collection limitations.

 

 

The 14- and 7- day burden rates for selected locations
The burden rate is the cumulative number of cases per 100k residents
14-day 7-day 14-day 7-day 14-day 7-day
May 16 May 16 May 17 May 17 change change
Wisconsin 548 289 546 282 −2 −7
Milwaukee County 608 326 610 321 2 −6
Shalom Service Area1 454 255 461 247 8 −8
Shalom Typical Tract2 459 247 460 234 1 −13
1 Shalom Service Area includes all tracts where Shalom students live
2 The average burden rate of all tracts in Shalom Service Area, weighted by the number of students living in the tract