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MADISON -- The number of tests for coronavirus has risen by five Friday, according to the Wisconsin Department of Health Services (DHS). To date, 44 people have been tested for the virus. 31 of those tests have come back negative and one has come back positive — in addition to the 12 pending.MADISON -- The number of tests for coronavirus has risen by five Friday, according to the Wisconsin Department of Health Services (DHS). To date, 44 people have been tested for the virus. 31 of those tests have come back negative and one has come back positive — in addition to the 12 pending. From March 5 to March 6, the number of reported tests rose by five.

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The Wisconsin Department of Health Services announced Friday the number of people being tested in the state is rising, but there are no additional confirmed cases.The Wisconsin Department of Health Services on announced Friday the number of people being tested in the state is rising, but there are no additional confirmed cases.

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Wisconsin health officials say the risk for contracting the new coronavirus remains low, but they anticipate the number of people to be tested to increase in coming days as the guidance for who should be screened broadens.

Wisconsin prepares for more coronavirus testing

With community spread of COVID-19 coronavirus becoming more likely around the United States, including in Wisconsin, state health officials on Friday said residents should prepare, including stocking up on foodWith community spread of COVID-19 coronavirus becoming more likely around the United States, including in Wisconsin, state health officials on Friday said residents should prepare, including stocking up on food

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“I know Oregonians have questions about Coronavirus, and my goal is to get you information as quickly as possible. Today I sat down with @OHAOregon Director Pat Allen and epidemiologist Dr. Dean Sidelinger for a Q&A. https://t.co/HSsURMIMkS”

Governor Kate Brown on Twitter: "I know Oregonians have questions about Coronavirus, and my goal is to get you information as quickly as possible. Today I sat down with @OHAOregon Director Pat Allen and epidemiologist Dr. Dean Sidelinger for a Q&A. https://t.co/HSsURMIMkS"

The CDC is now allowing for anyone with a doctor's approval experiencing fever, cough or trouble breathing to be tested.The CDC is now allowing for anyone with a doctor's approval experiencing fever, cough or trouble breathing to be tested.

Wisconsin coronavirus tests increase after new CDC COVID-19 guidelines

The number of people tested for the coronavirus in Wisconsin is up. But so too is the number of people who have been confirmed as not sick.The number of people tested for the coronavirus in Wisconsin is up. But so too is the number of people who have been confirmed as not sick.

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The number of coronavirus testing is growing in Wisconsin, but so far there are no additional confirmed cases. With the cloud of coronavirus hanging over large events, Milwaukee venues are taking precautionary steps.The number of coronavirus testing is growing in Wisconsin, but so far there are no additional confirmed cases. With the cloud of coronavirus hanging over large events, Milwaukee venues are taking precautionary steps.

Milwaukee event venues take precautions to combat threat of coronavirus

Wisconsin health officials are expanding testing for the disease caused by the new coronavirus — not for everyone who may want it, but for those whose doctor recommends it.Wisconsin health officials are expanding testing for the disease caused by the new coronavirus — not for everyone who may want it, but for those whose doctor recommends it.

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With the number of coronavirus testing expected to rise, state health officials expect more labs in the state to have testing ability in the future.With the number of coronavirus testing expected to rise, state health officials expect more labs in the state to have testing ability in the future.

More Wisconsin locations to start testing for Coronavirus

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MADISON, Wis. (AP) — Wisconsin health officials said Friday the risk for contracting the new coronavirus remains low, but they anticipate the number of people to be tested to increaseMADISON, Wis. (AP) — Wisconsin health officials said Friday the risk for contracting the new coronavirus remains low, but they anticipate the number of people to be tested to increase

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MADISON, Wis. (AP) — Wisconsin health officials said Friday the risk for contracting the new coronavirus remains low, but they anticipate the number of people to be tested to increaseMADISON, Wis. (AP) — Wisconsin health officials said Friday the risk for contracting the new coronavirus remains low, but they anticipate the number of people to be tested to increase

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MADISON, Wis. (AP) — Wisconsin health officials said Friday the risk for contracting the new coronavirus remains low, but they anticipate the number of people to be tested to increaseMADISON, Wis. (AP) — Wisconsin health officials said Friday the risk for contracting the new coronavirus remains low, but they anticipate the number of people to be tested to increase

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