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Updates on the coronavirus and how it’s affecting life in Wisconsin from reporters from the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel and the USA TODAY NETWORK-Wisconsin.

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7:39 a.m.: Milwaukee County hospitalizations slightly down

Milwaukee County reported 19 new cases and four new deaths since Sunday afternoon in its Monday morning update.

That brings the countywide totals to 193 deaths and 3,300 cases, including more than 2,400 in the city of Milwaukee according to the county’s online dashboard.

Milwaukee County reported 166 people were hospitalized as of Sunday, down slightly from the previous two days. Hospitalizations have slowly trended downward since April 12, when the county had 267 patients.

— Sophie Carson


3 p.m.: Wisconsin receives PPE donation from Chinese province

Gov. Tony Evers announced Sunday that the state received 10,000 procedural masks and 1,000 medical outfits from its sister state, Heilongjiang Province in China.

The province and Wisconsin have a long-standing relationship, which was celebrated in 2017 with the Wisconsin Department of Agriculture, Trade and Consumer Protection, University of Wisconsin-River Falls, and U.S. Consulate in Shenyang.

When Carolyn Brady, international partnership and outreach programs coordinator for UW-River Falls, reached out to see if any masks were available recently, the province said yes and shipped them.

— Talis Shelbourne


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