The city of Appleton reported 13 new coronavirus cases Sunday and Monday, according to a release from city staff.
Nearly 300 residents have now been infected with COVID-19. There are 108 individuals still in isolation, the city reported, and 179 have recovered. Four residents have passed away.
Eleven of the 13 new cases live in the Outagamie County portion of the city and two in the Calumet County portion, the release said. Five residents had known contact with an infected person, one case was travel-related, three are pending investigation and four people did not know how or where they acquired the virus.
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Ten of the residents are isolated at home, the release said.
Appleton’s new mask policy, which will require a mask or face covering in all city-owned buildings, will take effect Tuesday.
Coronavirus cases are rising around Wisconsin: Last week, the state set three record highs for a single day of reported cases.
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