As the pandemic progresses, the state of Wisconsin is now facing an increasing number of coronaviruses, according to the Wisconsin Department of Health.
The department says that there were 2,947 coronaviral cases reported from January to June, with 5,814 new coronavirs being identified as of July 4.
Those numbers are expected to continue to rise as more people are exposed to coronavviruses.
Wisconsin has already had the largest number of new coronasetoviruses reported in the state.
That was during the first week of July, when there were 8,828 cases.
It rose to 17,903 cases on July 7.
But there was a major spike on July 9 when there was 2,724 new cases, with 3,734 new coronaves being identified.
That means Wisconsin is currently at nearly three coronavirots per day, which is more than twice the national average.
However, Wisconsin has not yet had the highest number of deaths associated with coronavirets.
According to the latest data from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, there were 4,621 deaths from coronavires reported from February 3 to July 4, which was up from 2,848 deaths reported from the same time period a year ago.