Every Wisconsin county now has at least one COVID-19 case according to information released from the Wisconsin Department of Health Services. 

Thursday's update from the DHS showed Langlade and Taylor counties each have had their first case joining Pepin and Burnett counties as those with one case. 

St. Croix now has 58 cases with 30 of those being recovered according to its Public Health office. Other neighboring counties have Pierce with 30, Dunn with 20 and Polk with nine. 

The following counties have over 100 cases:

Milwaukee 5,556

Brown 2,177

Racine 1,166

Kenosha 921

Dane 576

Waukesha 527 

Rock 493 

Walworth 316

Washington 171

Outagamie 161

Fond du Lac 148

Winnebago 141

Ozaukee 131

Dodge 121

Monday, there were 12,687 cases in the state. Thursday, the figure is now up to 13,885. Four hundred eighty-seven people have died. 

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