msn.com 18 Sep, 2020 04:30 am

COVID-19 cases spike in young adults, experts say they're from college campuses

Thursday was record-breaking for the number of reported COVID-19 cases in Wisconsin, with 2,034 in one day. Wisconsin Department of Health Services reports a substantial spike in cases among 18 to 24-year-olds, and the most cases were reported in counties with large universities. "Going into the fall, going into the school season, we knew there would be ups and downs with COVID numbers both locally and as a state, but it feels like this is...

"Going into the fall, going into the school season, we knew there would be ups and downs with COVID numbers both locally and as a state, but it feels like this is starting to become a turning point," said Dr.Wisconsin Department of Health Services reports a substantial spike in cases among 18 to 24-year-olds, and the most cases were reported in counties with large universities.READ MORE: COVID-19 cases spike in young adults, experts say they're from college campuses CHECK OUT WISN: Get the top Milwaukee news weather and sports.WISN Milwaukee p p Thursday was record-breaking for the number of reported COVID-19 cases in Wisconsin, with 2,034 in one day.

" "There's parties happening all over the neighborhood and it’s a bunch of people not wearing masks, traveling in groups of six-plus, 10-plus people.No one’s wearing masks at these parties and it’s all over the neighborhood," said Patrick Schwoegler, a senior at UWM.

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