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Dr. Raymond: Wisconsin must 'work harder' to slow doubling rate of COVID-19

bizjournals Friday, 3 April 2020
The spread of COVID-19 in Wisconsin is like a runaway train, said Medical College of Wisconsin president and chief executive officer Dr. John Raymond Sr. The goal is to minimize the damage. As of Friday afternoon, the state of Wisconsin had confirmed another 182 cases of COVID-19 caused by the novel coronavirus, 105 of which were in Milwaukee County. Across Wisconsin, a total of 1,912 cases have been confirmed. Of those, 1,023 are in Milwaukee County, according to Raymond. The daily growth rate…
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