Richland Center, WI:  A virtual Emergency Operations Center meeting was held this morning to share information between Richland County officials and community partners in a joint response to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Public Health Manager/Local Health Officer, Rose Kohout announced that as of 2:00pm Wednesday, July 29th the Wisconsin Department of Health Services (DHS) confirmed that in the state of Wisconsin there were 51,049 confirmed cases of COVID-19, 851,391 have tested negative, there were 911 deaths, and 4,539 hospitalizations due to COVID-19.  Of those that tested positive for COVID-19 in the state of Wisconsin, 9% have been hospitalized.  There are now 25 confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Richland County, 7 individuals remain in quarantine, 2,523 have tested negative, there have been 4 deaths, and 14 individuals who had tested positive have been released from quarantine.

Finalized data from the Richland County COVID-19 community testing event held on Tuesday, July 21st was received.  Of the 273 tests that were administered that day, 2 Richland County residents who were symptomatic tested positive and 271 individuals tested negative.  Richland County Public Health strongly recommends wearing a mask when in public, continue social distancing, and practice excellent personal hygiene to help reduce the spread of COVID-19.

The Richland Hospital Clinic campus continues to offer voluntary medical procedures and Primary Care visits, while also continuing to offer Tele-Health patient visits.  Richland Hospital Clinic patients needing hands-on medical care should call the hospital main number (608) 647-6321 or clinic main number (608) 647-6161 before coming to the facility.  Anyone entering the facility will be asked to wear a mask.  If possible, please bring your own mask with you.

Citizens are encouraged to check out the Richland County COVID-19 Dashboard which offers helpful data to better understand the impact of the pandemic globally and locally:   If you have a COVID-19 question that you want our community partners to answer, please call Richland County Health & Human Services at 608-647-8821 and submit your question to the receptionist or email the question to  For the most up-to-date COVID-19 information, follow Richland County Health & Human Services on Facebook or consult the following websites:


Download PDF Version

Share This
Skip to content