The total number of COVID cases in Sheboygan County has tripled over the past month, according to totals provided by the county Division of Public Health.
The first COVID-19 cases in Sheboygan County were recorded on March 13. It took until July 7 to pass 250 cases in the county – 116 days, nearly 4 months later.
Over the next month the total more than tripled to 759 by August 7.
A majority (56%) of the new cases from July 7 to August 7 were recorded in the City of Sheboygan. The city has 43% of the county’s total population.
No area of the county is COVID-free. Every census district in the county has recorded at least 5 cases total.
An interactive map of the current COVID total for each of the 26 census districts in the county is available at https://www.dhs.wisconsin.gov/covid-19/cases-map.htm. Click Sheboygan County, then click “Zoom to” in the box which pops up.
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