Updates from the Winnebago County Health Department
Winnebago County Public Health Department
COVID-19 SITUATION UPDATE
July 13, 2020, 11:00 a.m.
The Winnebago County Health Department has issued
recommendations to control the transmission of COVID-19
throughout our communities.
are intended for the general public and businesses and
include guidelines for gatherings and travel.
FOR NON-MEDICAL QUESTIONS: TEXT COVID19 TO 211-211 / CALL 211
Utility, Food & Housing Assistance, Elder Care, Crisis Intervention, Alcohol & Drug Recovery and Much More
HEALTH DEPARTMENT HOTLINE: 920-232-3026 (M-F 8:15am-4:15pm)
COVID-19 Lab Confirmed Cases
(As of 8am, 7/13/20)
Positive: 695 (+7 from 7/12)
: 31 (+0)
: 13 (+0)
Not group housing:
Negative: 18,345 (+219 from 7/12)
Deaths: 13 (+0 from 7/12)
: 10 (+0)
Not group housing:
Winnebago County Data Dashboard
* Does not include the portions of the
City of Menasha
City of Appleton
that fall within Winnebago County
Please note: Case counts do not include patients with COVID-19 symptoms that were not tested. Those with mild symptoms are most often directed to self-monitor at home without testing.
(As of 8am, 7/12/20)
: 36,338 (+769 from 7/11)
: 653,352 (+6,848 from 7/11)
: 3,842 (10.5%) (+27 from 7/11)
: 7,305 (20%)
: 28,318 (78%)
Total Hospital Bed Utilization
Badger Bounce Back Dashboard
: Emergency department visits, percent positive cases
Wisconsin Summary Data
: Lab capacity, cases by gender, race and ethnicity
Activity Level for Disease Spread by Region & County
based on case rate per 100,000 residents and percent change in cases (updated every Wednesday by 2 p.m.)
National Cases (CDC)
Interactive Map of Cases (Johns Hopkins)
State & regional hospitalization data from the Wisconsin Hospital Association
How to wear and safely take off a cloth face covering (printable poster)
Winnebago County Landlord Survey
This survey was created by the Winnebago County Eviction Prevention Task Force to better understand how the COVID-19 pandemic is impacting landlords and tenants in Winnebago County. Since this is an evolving situation, data will be collected monthly while potential solutions are being developed and gaps in resources are identified. Check out
page 13 of the July 8 edition of the Oshkosh Herald
for results from the June landlord survey.
If you’re a landlord in Winnebago County, please take the July survey here.
Criminals are targeting older Americans on Medicare using a variety of fraud schemes tied to the coronavirus pandemic. Keep two things in mind to avoid getting scammed:
Medicare will never contact you out of the blue in a phone call, email, text message or social media post. Unsolicited communications are a red flag.
Medicare will never ask you for your Medicare number (it already has it) or other sensitive data, such as a credit card number.
Read more from the AARP on how to spot a scammer and what to do if you think you've been scammed.
CDC Toolkit for Businesses and Workplaces
: Guidance and tools to help business owners make decisions, protect their customers and employees, and communicate with their communities.
CDC Toolkit for Community and Faith-Based Organizations:
Guidance and tools to help community and faith-based organizations make decisions, communicate with their communities, and protect their employees, volunteers, and members.
For past Situation Updates, visit the
YOU MAY HAVE COVID-19
WITHOUT KNOWING IT.
WEAR A MASK TO PROTECT OTHERS.
How to Protect Yourself from COVID-19
Wash your hands often with soap and water for at least 20 seconds, especially before eating and after going to the bathroom, blowing your nose, coughing or sneezing.
If you do not have soap and water, use an alcohol-based hand sanitizer with at least 60% alcohol.
Avoid touching your eyes, nose and mouth.
Avoid close contact with people who are sick.
Cover your cough or sneeze with a tissue, then throw the tissue in the trash. Cough or sneeze into an elbow if no tissue is available. Wash your hands.
Clean and disinfect frequently touched objects and surfaces using a regular household disinfectant cleaning spray or wipe.
Wear a cloth face covering in public settings.
Click here for additional guidance from the CDC
Full library of print resources
for schools, businesses, etc. from the CDC
Wisconsin Department of Children and Families
Wisconsin Department of Agriculture, Trade and Consumer Protection
Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction
- Resources from various state agencies
Oshkosh Area United Way Community Resource List
OSHA COVID-19 Website
FEMA COVID-19 Website
- Official information from the COVID-19 Task Force at the White House
Wisconsin Restaurant Association
- Employer resources, temp jobs for displaced workers, etc.
- Federal government updates
Check with your school district for free lunch and breakfast options. School district websites are linked below:
With many summer events canceled or postponed, be sure to check your local resources for the latest schedule and closure updates.
City of Oshkosh
City of Neenah
City of Menasha
Menasha Health Department
Appleton Post Crescent
Updates from local healthcare providers:
Advocate Aurora Health
Children's Hospital of Wisconsin-Fox Valley
Partnership Community Health Center
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