Individuals age 25 to 29 comprised 10.34% of new cases, and those in their 40s accounted for 9.96%. Residents age 50 to 59 accounted for 11.11% and individuals 60 to 69 10.34% of cases.
Teens age 15 to 19 accounted for 3.4% of cases, and those under age 14 accounted for around 7% total of cases. Adults 70 to 79 comprised 5.36% of new cases, and 3.07% of the new patients are 80 or older.
Between Sept. 28 and Oct. 4, origin of virus was recorded for 137 patients. Of those, 52.6% contracted the virus via close contact, followed by community spread at 46.7%. Under 1% of cases were due to travel.
During the same seven day period, 71 patients responded to whether they had attended a gathering recently, with 54.9% reporting they had not.
Symptom severity for 174 patients was reported, with 66.1% experiencing mild symptoms and 19% moderate. Severe symptoms were experienced by 8% of patients, and 6.9% were asymptomatic.
Another 3,132 coronavirus cases were confirmed Thursday, a daily record for the state. In total, 141,830 Wisconsinites have tested positive for the coronavirus. Negative tests have reached 1,506,828, up 13,524 from Wednesday.
Hospitalizations rose by 110, with 8,061 ever hospitalized for COVID-19, and deaths increased by nine, with 1,424 fatalities total.