Coronavirus Disease 2019
Rock County and Wisconsin Case Information (updated daily) :
This data is taken from the WI Department of Health Services and will be updated daily. The numbers we report on a daily basis come from the number of test results reported within a 24 hour period, however, multiple tests per person are not included. They are not reflective of the number of people that were tested on any given day. Depending on the laboratory and its current workload, the time it takes for results to be reported can vary. Some patients are classified as being "Probable Cases" of COVID-19 by their doctor but they were not tested. These cases are listed separately and not counted in the total case numbers. A person is considered recovered if it has been at least 30 days since they tested positive for COVID-19 (based on the date the person was tested), or they have reported no symptoms for at least 72 hours to a public health nurse, or they have documentation of release from public health isolation. Deaths must be reported by health care providers, medical examiners/coroners, and recorded by local health departments in order to be counted.
Rock County Municipalities COVID-19 Data (updated weekly) :
This is a breakdown of the Rock County data by municipality.
Rock County COVID-19 Cases by Zip Code (updated weekly) :
This map presents another way to look at the data by showing the number of people that have tested positive for the virus that causes COVID-19 in each zip code.
Map Displaying COVID Counts and CDC’s Social Vulnerability by Census Tract (updated weekly) :
A number of factors, including poverty, lack of access to transportation, and crowded housing may weaken a community’s ability to prevent human suffering and financial loss in a disaster. These factors are known as social vulnerability. This information is intended to identify neighborhoods that may suffer more during the COVID-19 pandemic. This map shows the approximate number of people in each census tract that have tested positive for the virus that causes COVID-19 and what the social vulnerability is for that area.
Rock County Infection and Hospitalization Projections (updated periodically) :
A projection is an attempt to describe what would happen, given certain scenarios. A projection should not be confused with forecasting which is the attempt to predict what will happen. The aim of this projection is to provide a picture of what would happen with the course of Sars-CoV-2 (the virus that causes COVID-19) if the prevention recommendations were or were not followed. We do this to help the community understand the possible consequences of certain actions and help partners plan for what might occur. Projections are not designed to be an accurate forecast of what might happen, but rather a "ball-park" estimate. There are many factors that can affect the actual outcomes that are not accounted for by these projections.