DHS Covid-19 Disease Activity Dashboard

DHS Vaccine Dashboard


 

CDC COVID Data Tracker

The CDC has created a COVID Data Tracker. It provides an integrated, county view of key data for monitoring the COVID-19 pandemic in the United States. To view the CDC COVID Data Tracker, please click here. 

COVID-19 Wastewater Treatment Data

Monitoring wastewater is used for early detection of COVID-19 within a community. For people with COVID-19, the virus can be detected in their feces shortly after they are infected with the virus, even before they experience symptoms or if they are infected but asymptomatic. By testing wastewater, we can measure the amount of the virus and see whether the levels are increasing or decreasing. This can be an early warning sign of increasing COVID-19 cases within a community.
Source: https://www.dhs.wisconsin.gov/covid-19/wastewater.htm


Click here for COVID-19 wastewater treatment data.

Do masks help prevent the spread of COVID-19?

Brown County Public Health recognizes that universal masking is an effective tool in reducing the spread of COVID-19. Experts in a variety of fields are finding that when masks are widely used, in addtion to implementing social distancing and good hand hygiene measures, rates of infection are significantly reduced.

Click the links below to learn more about masking related research:
 

How is Brown County Public Health responding to COVID-19?

Click here to view an interactive presentation of Brown County Public Health's response to COVID-19 in 2021.
*Please note these presentations are updated quarterly. For more detailed information please see the weekly summaries linked below.

Click here to view an interactive presentation of Brown County Public Health's response to COVID-19 in 2020.
This presentation reflects activities from 2020 only, see 2021 presentation for more information
*Please note these presentations are updated quarterly. For more detailed information please see the weekly summaries linked below.

Click here to view historical weekly summaries of Brown County COVID-19 Response