Milwaukee Journal Sentinel: Jail COVID cases down after last week's spike
(Sheriff Earnell) Lucas said 206 jail occupants and 30 jail staff were positive for the virus Monday. On Friday, the jail tallied 417 positive cases among those held in the facility and 42 among jail staff, according to figures provided by the department.
About 100 COVID-positive people in jail custody were transferred to the House of Correction on Saturday, when the facility in Franklin opened additional space for those held in the jail, according to Lucas' chief of staff Ted Chisholm.
More than 140 also came off of isolation in the jail, while others came into or were released from custody.
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